Mr. David Yua, Audit/Credit Control Manager, China Citic Bank, Address: 106, Hungfu Road,Nancheng District,Dong Guan-China. Attn: Dear Friend Sequel to the meetings held today by the Board of Directors of my bank(China Citic Bank), we write to notify you that the sum of $55,000,000.00 USd ( Fifty Five Million United States dollars) only have been approved on your name. This payment is based on the fact that my bank got a directive from the World Bank group Office in Switzerland after verification have been made about your long over due payment and how many banks have treated you in the past, so this payment is as compensation. Actually, payment authorization have been issued today by our bank head office under the code of conduct of the Chinese law,article 15,paragraph 7 of the enabling law of the country. Acting on the authorization conferred to us as the paying bank, we hereby authorize the above mentioned beneficiary to receive the said fund without any more delay, this is to satisfy our conscience. We have also verify all the information of your file as correct and to be acceptable by whom ever that is concern. In line with the above, the beneficiary is qualify to receive his/her fund without any encumbrance. Beneficiary is required to reconfirm his/her full details and forward to this office immediately. The required information are below. 1. Your full names and your home address. 2, Your Phone numbers and Bank coordinates. 3, Your age and Occupation. 4, A scan copy of your international passport or any id showing that your name is the same with what we have here in your file, this is to avoid making payment to the wrong person. As soon as my office received the above information, we will commence with the transfer process. Best Regards, Mr. David Yua. Audit/Credit Control Manager, China Citic Bank, 106, Hungfu Road,Nancheng District,Dong Guan-China.
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