Dear Customer This is to inform you that we want to complete all old transaction before the end of this month, because after a proper screening and verification excises that was conducted in our Bank on the 20th of JUNE 2011 in addition with the confirmation from the UN Online Promotional board, that you are truly one of the beneficiary of $1.1 Million for the year 2011 UN online funds donation this program is United Nation sponsor program in a bid to eradicate poverty around the globe.. This is to inform you that your fund have been deposited in our transit account and will be available for immediate transfer into your account which you are to set up, you are advice to open a Foreign Currency Account with us where your grant can be transferred into personal account. This account will be activated after you have made the initial deposit of $100USD as your account activation fees or you can open an online account in our bank and make your transfer online into any account of your choice. What next? We'll advise that you get back to us within the next 24 hours . Contact Information Dr.Uwem Akai Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Upon receipt of your email we shall send you our sign up application form and payment details which you are to use in making your payment for your online account set up. Please Note that no deductions of any fees is allowed because we received your money in BOND and duly insured, based on our policies and as a result of the space of time available, you are hereby advised to act fast so we can provide you with the best of our banking services. Regards DR.FESTUS FALUYI For: skye Bank Plc -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.
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