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#443044 by Troy Platt Fri Feb 23, 2024 9:37 am
From: John Kwame <johnkwame.nibank@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2024 23:50:11 +0000
Subject: HELLO

Attn: Beneficiary

Compliment of the day...I am writing on behalf of our bank represented in Ghana.

Few years ago, one of our clients, Mrs. Rosemary King, presented your contact name and details as the beneficiary to her fund still in our custody, before she passed away last year.

According to her lawyer, she could not survive the severe breast and blood cancer she suffered for a few years...In accordance with our regulation and that of the IMF, it is imperative that we release the fund to you, since we are able to record in our file, your details as her beneficiary.

However, our bank is in process of releasing and transferring the fund to you, but we are obligated to request approval from you and also to know if your contact details given to us by the late Rosemary King are still available.

Kindly reconfirm to us the following information?

Name & address

Telephone & occupation

Please note that the above information is essential for the processing of the fund release and transfer to your account.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best wishes

Dr. John Kwame

National investment bank, Ghana

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