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Thread #65307   Message #4010819
Posted By: Joe Offer
27-Sep-19 - 01:37 PM
Thread Name: BS: All the Scams Aren't in Nigeria
Subject: RE: BS: All the Scams Aren't in Nigeria
Got a goiod one today, titled "Bank of America Corporate Office":

Bank Of America
Wed 9/25/2019 3:03 PM
Bank of America Corporate Office
Headquarters 100 N Tryon St Charlotte, N.C 28255
United States of America.

We the board of directors foreign operation department of Bank of America has taken this liberty to confirm the approved fund value sum of $4million United States Dollars only approved in your favor as your inheritance fund , In view of the determination and commitment of United Nation and World Bank Government to Ensure that every outstanding contract/inheritance debts are settled, But to our greatest dismay, despite all the effort made last year by past Government to ensure that most beneficiary receive their payment, record still show that a lot of Contractors/inheritance beneficiaries did not receive their payment due To their inability to settle some outstanding up-front obligation to the Federal Government

Following United States banking edicts articles of Federal Reserve Bank , the beneficiary must pay the signing fee of $100 in order to complete the fund process. All beneficiary of fund transferring out of Bank of America to various account holder beneficiary must cover the signing fee of $100 been required from our fund verification department here in the Bank .

This charge must be submitted to this bank from any branch of the law and shall give you a legal recognition as the beneficiary owner of this fund and the estate by law of the United States of America to enable the bank transfer this fund to your nominated account in few hours.

Remittance permit has been given by Bank of America creditor department and upon your complies with the payment of the signing fee of $100. We hereby-official states to inform you that as soon as you pay the required signing fee of $100 your fund will be transfer to you.
Best Regard.
Mr. Brian Thomas Moynihan
Chairman and CEO of Bank of America