WORLD BANK AUDITORS UK OUR REF: 10667ADB YOUR REF: 89007/2012 Dear Beneficiary This is to officially inform you that we have verified your Contract fund/Inheritance claim,next of kin claim lotto claims, etc , And Found out that you are suppose to receive your Payment from this Authority before Now. The Reason why you have not received your Payment is because you have not fulfilled the obligations given to you in respect of your Contract/Inheritance Payment. However we wish to inform you that after thorough review of all contract and Inheritance unclaimed funds in conjunction with the World Bank and United Nations, your name was forwarded to our office for the immediate transfer of your long delayed funds, starting with a first part transfer of US$5,000,000.00 to your bank account within the next 3 working days. However, we are surprised to receive another application this morning from your representative, MR.AMUDHAN MANICKAM stating that you gave him a Power of Attorney" to be the beneficiary of your funds and that the Bank account stated below is now your new bank account information to Receive your part payment of US$5,000,000.00 Account Name Amudhan Manickam Account Number 30056822058 Bank Name: State Bank Of India Branch Name: RAMANAGARAM Branch Code: 4998 Bank Address: IJUR EXTN., SBI ROAD City: RAMANAGARAM, PIN 562159 State, Country: Karnataka, INDIA. Micr Code 571002051 IFSC Code: SBIN0004998 RTGS: YES Kindly inform us today by email, if you gave any "Power of Attorney" to MR. AMUDHAN MANICKAM to enable us updates our records and avoids the wrong wire transfer of your funds.For further details, kindly send your TELEPHONE NUMBER immediately and let us know if you are the person that sent him, Regards Mrs Juan Briggs Chairman World Bank Auditors UK
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