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#397011 by Troy Platt Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:17 am
From: Amic Investment Bank USA <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2019 14:54:40 +0100
Subject: Re:Transfer of your US$5M


Amic Investment Bank
801 Travis Street, 1410 Houston TX 77002
United States of America

Attn: Beneficiary,


Re:Transfer of your US$5M

Sequel to our board of directors meeting recently which your file was reviewed that sometime ago in our bank, your inheritance fund was brought to our bank and after some period, the fund was called back to World Bank.

For the period of time this money was in our bank, it generated an interest of US$5,000,000.00 which we considered your long suffering as we have the knowledge that you have not receive a single cent from your inheritance fund.

Furthermore; the most important thing that you need to do now is to open an online account with our bank and at your convenient you will make transfer by yourself to any of your receiving account as you know how difficult it's for fund transaction above US$500,000.00 around the globe and the circumstance surrounding it.

All you need to is to furnish us with the below listed information’s and we will proceed with opening of your account.


1. Your full given name
2. Your current address
3. A copy of your identification
4. Your telephone number

Upon the receipt of the above information’s, your account will be opened and your user name and password will be send to you for your operation

Regards,

Mr. Federico March
Remittance Director
Amic Investment Bank

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