Scam Emails Archive : Generic

Subject: Immediate Transfer of a Part-Payment of US$5,800,000.00

From: "Barclays Bank PLC"<>

This email with the subject "Immediate Transfer of a Part-Payment of US$5,800,000.00" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 16 Nov 2014 23:32:45 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.

The sender was "Barclays Bank PLC"<>, although it may have been spoofed.

Barclay's Bank PLC, UK
1 Churchill Place
London, E14 5HP, United Kingdom

Dear Esteemed Customer,

We at this bank wish to congratulate and inform you that after thorough review of your 
Inheritance/Contract funds transfer release documents in conjunction with the World Bank and the 
International Monetary Fund assessment report, your payment file was forwarded to us for immediate 
transfer of a part-payment of US$5,800,000.00 to your designated bank account from their offshore 
account with us

The audit reports given to us, shows that you have been going through hard times by paying a lot of 
money to see to the release of your funds, which has been delayed by some dubious officials.

We therefore advice that you stop further communication with any correspondence outside this office 
since you do not have to pay any money or fee to receive your funds as you have met up with the 
whole funds transfer requirements.

The only thing required from you is to obtain the Non-Residential Clearance Form to enable us 
credit your account directly by telegraphic transfer or through any of our corresponding banks and 
send copies of the funds transfer release documents to you and your bankers for confirmation.

Should you follow our directives, your funds will be credited and reflect in your bank account 
within five (5) bank working days from the day you obtain this Non-Residential Clearance Form.

For further details and assistance on this Remittance Notification, kindly forward your

Directly to my private

Yours sincerely,
Mrs. Wendy Anderson
Head, International Banking Division.
Barclay's Bank PLC, UK.

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