Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
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I wish to inform you that all arrangements has been put in place for the successful transfer of your funds via our affiliate bank Saudi National Bank, be informed that your funds are currently with the Saudi National Bank but the only problem is that while trying to receive the funds with those people who introduce you to the business at first, they tried to steal the funds and remove your name away from the contract file.

However, the fund was registered in the name of A.A RESOURCES which is the problem you have had all these while. Now, for you to claim the funds you will need to change the account name to your name and this will cost money, however, immediately that is done you will have total access and code to transfer out the fund from this account to any account you might wish.

Therefore, you need to know that the total sum of $10,500,000.00 is in the account and you will only have access to transfer this funds out when the account name is legally changed to your name and as soon as this is done you will have access to transfer the whole money without question, I will email you when i get your response the banks website in case you need to contact the bank.

For now you are advised to communicate the below information for onward processing of your transfer.

i. Your full names and mailing address including your telephone/fax numbers
ii. a copy of your identification as the funds beneficiary.

You can reach the undersigned by email, fax or telephone below.

Mr. Williams V. Jenkins
Foreign Payments Department
Financial Services Authority (FSA)
London, United Kingdom
Direct Tel: +447031840750
Direct Fax: +448447741428
Email: [email protected]

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