Attention: Yesterday at about (9:00am Standard Pacific Time) I was alerted by the foreign remittance department of Central Bank of Nigeria that a Lady by name Mrs. Carol Cage came with all the necessary document to lay claim on your Inheritance Bill (money) deposited with our bank years ago. Really, At this development I asked her who authorized her to come down to collect this Payment and she told me you are the person that authorized her . This Lady actually claimed this beyond reasonable doubts. Infect this was one of the biggest shock that this bank have ever received so far because your Inheritance funds is still in the "Federal Suspense Account" of this bank (Central Bank of Nigeria),yet you sent these her to come and collect this Funds on your behalf without notifying us. We do not understand why you sent these lady to come and collect your Funds on your behalf. If actually you want her to help you collect your Inheritance Bill Sum, at least you should have informed me as the Executive director of this bank. she actually tendered some Vital documents which Proved that you actually sent her. I will be waiting to hear from your update if you are the person that sent her. Yours faithfully, Dr.Sanusi Lamidi Sanusi. Executive director Central Bank of Nigeria.
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