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Acting in accordance with the British Government Monetary and fiscal policy as contained in the payment British Government foreign payment, Act of 199 as amended by the Section 5, subsection 2 paragraph (b) the foreign exchange allocation committee of SCB Bank of London wishes to inform you that your payment of US$9,500,000.00 (Nine Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only) have been approved for transfer into your bank account in respect of Claim File #SCB/UK/PMT-V222011X.
Exchange Control Approval (ECA) No, in your favour as per reference FMF/SCB/135/1X6/018 has been passes to the office of the foreign Remittance Department and the paymaster General through which the payment is to be effected as Stipulated KEY TESTED TELEGRAPHIC WIRE TRANSFER otherwise known as KTT.
We understood that some Fees are required in order process and Transfer of your Funds into your Account. We are also aware that most Beneficiaries do not have these required fees.
The Standard Chartered Bank, which is now in charge of your Payment has agreed to give the Beneficiaries the option of receiving their Funds at once, in two or three installments. This will help the beneficiaries to pay part of the fee and receive part of their Funds with which such beneficiary can upset the remaining fee and receive his/her complete Funds.
To break this down:
Three Hundred Dollars ($300) fee will facilitate the release of One Million United States Dollars (US$1,000,000.00) only. Six Hundred Dollars ($600) fee will facilitate the release of Two Million United States Dollars US$2,000,000.00) only. One Thousand, Six Hundred Dollars ($1,600) fee which is the total fee will facilitate the release of your Full Contract/inheritance Funds in the sum of (Nine Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only) (US$9,500,000.00).
However,Feel free to inform us how much you can raise. should you or cannot afford any of the above Mentioned installment so as for us to talk to the Bank to know how much out of your Funds they could release to you with the amount you can come up with.This is the best the United Nations/IMF can do for you and you are advised to take advantage of this opportunity
We are waiting on your respond.
Bill Winters, CBE
Group Chief Executive
Standard Chartered Bank