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Subject:  Attn: Dear Beneficiary,
From:  Bank of =?utf-8?Q?America=C2=AE?= <"www.">
Date:  Sat, 11 Feb 2017 00:03:26 -0500
Category:  Generic

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Bank of America Corporate Office
Headquarters 100 N.Tryon St Charlotte, NC 28202
United States
8 a.m.-9 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time(EDT)
Saturday and Sunday
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time(EDT)
Tel:+1(323) 332-0862

Attn: Dear Beneficiary,

The Management of the Bank of America Corporate Office Headquarters here in 100 N.Tryon St 
Charlotte,NC 28255 wishes to 

inform you that after a brief meeting
held by the Bank executives yesterday the 11th DAY of February, 2017, at precisely 8 a.m. Eastern 
Daylight Time(EDT), we deem 

it appropriate to intimate you that your
funds will be transferred into the Us government account, according to the record we got from 
Africa due to your inability to 

complete the transaction and your failure
to meet up with a minor payment obligation.

The actual transfer of your funds $8,500,000.00, (Eight Million Five Hundred Thousand United State 
Dollars) into the 

government account comes up next week. This
is in line with the instructions of the USA Treasurer, Mrs.Rosa Gumataotao Rios, that your funds 
should be paid to the United 

States Government Treasury Account
as unclaimed funds in compliance to section 3 subsection 1(a) of the United States Financial Law 
enacted in 2001 after an 

attack on our dear country on September
11,2001.Find below the profile of the banking institution where your funds will be transferred into 
the following government 

directive: Name of Bank: JP Morgan Chase
Headquarters at 270 Park Avenue in New York. JP Morgan Chase Official Bankers for the United States 

AC NO: 68302345093
Routing NO:021109593
Account Name:United States Treasury Department.

Note that if you still wish to receive your funds, do get back to us immediately to enable us clear 
your funds out from the 

list of those transactions that will be seized
by the United States Government, however, be informed that your payment file has been expired for 
some months ago due to your 

delay, and before we can proceed
again with the transfer a payment file renewing charge the sum of $269 USD is mandatory and it has 
to be send to Mr. Chis 

Oba, the secretary of Federal Ministry Of
Finance in Benin Republic where your fund was originated to as stated below:

Kindly make the fee available through any Western Union or Moneygarm Location.

Receiver's Name:....Jude Kingsley 
Country:.......... Benin Republic
Text Question:........ When
Text Answer:........ Now
Amount:................$269 USD
The name of the city from where the money was sent

Once we receive the fee today, we will proceed with the transfer of your funds, Also we will 
furnish you with all the 

transfer legal documents that covered your fund to
enable you have access to your fund.. We have waited for so long and we cannot continue to wait. 
Kindly get back to us if you 

are still interested to receive your fund.

For further inquire or question, please send us a text message to this office number +1(323) 
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve your banking needs.

Reply to Officially Sealed.

Yours faithfully,

Brian T. Moynihan (CEO)
Bank of AmericaÂ
Corporate Office Headquarters,Charlotte,N.C.
 2017 Bank of America Corporation. All rights
 reserved. AR72768/DD6A66.

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