Attn: For your bank account statement confirmations. My name is Mr. Grey Owen. the Bill and Exchange Manager HSBC Bank UK London; I am directed to contact you on behalf of the management of this Bank urgently to confirm to this office if actually you know one Mrs. Emily Dawson who claims to be your business associate/ partner with an instruction to transfer this fund to her new Bank Account. These are the information forwarded to my desks by Mrs. Emily Dawson from CANADA To re-route your payment into a new bank account number as stated (VACAP Credit Union, 1700 Robin Hood Road, Richmond, CA 23720. Account number 492453201.Routing number: 85226456, of Mrs. Dawson. Some of 1.Million pound sterling only. Be informed here that the total sum on our file to be transferred to you is 1.Million pounds sterling only. We need to re-confirm from you urgently before we conclude our remittance process which has been undergoing verification before we can release the fund to her new Account and if it's really true that you are dead as claim by her, if we did not hear from you it will automatically means that you are actually dead and the information passed to us by Mrs. Emily Dawson is correct. Your swift response will help this Office a lot; kindly reconfirm your current Information’s as follows: 1. Your Bank Account Details where your fund will be transfer. 2. Your Current telephone number/ fax number to be able to communicate with you, 3.your profession. As soon you resend your above requested information then we will proceed and release your awaited fund to your assigned designated Bank account. Endeavor to reply through our bank alternative email address :( firstname.lastname@example.org). Best Regards. Mr. Grey Owen. BILL AND EXCHANGE INSTRUCTION OFFICE HSBC BANK LONDON UK.
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