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#403657 by FishyMails Thu Jan 23, 2020 2:08 pm
Reply to: [email protected]
From: HSBC Offshore Banking [email protected]

Date: 2020-01-23 18:55:03+01:00
Subject: This esteemed financial institution wishes you a Happy new year.

HSBC Offshore Banking
8 Canada Square, London
E14 5HQ, United Kingdom.

Attention: Beneficiary ,

This esteemed financial institution wishes you a Happy new year.

This institution writes to notify you that it's management and board has commenced with the termination process of your transaction with regards to the British Government Finance Authority's directives hence you are unable to comply with our remittance directives to pay the required administrative / processing charges (US$1,650.00) as advised for the completion of your transaction.

After this notification mail, be informed you now only have a time extension grace of two weeks to do everything humanly possible to pay the required US$1,650.00 administrative / processing charges before the termination process will be completed by our foreign operations department as directed.

We await your prompt response and compliance.

Thanks

Your truly,

Richard M. Steven
Head, Accounts /Fund Recovery Unit.

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#416947 by FishyMails Tue Sep 08, 2020 8:05 pm
Reply-to: [email protected]
From: HSBC Offshore Banking <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 03 Sep 2020 11:01:11 +0100
Subject: Re: International Monetary Funds (IMF) Approved Palliative Funds !!!

HSBC Offshore Banking
8 Canada Square, London
E14 5HQ, United Kingdom.
Attention: Beneficiary ,


Sequel to the Corona virus pandemic, be informed that the Executive / Board of the International Monetary Funds (IMF) has approved the immediate payments of all outstanding / Overdue payments to beneficiaries as a palliative measure to aid the stay safe at home precaution hence advise beneficiaries to ensure that they offset / pay the necessary processing / Administrative charges as required.

All concerned financial institutions are to commence with the payment processes to release these funds to it's beneficiaries as soon as practicable, while beneficiaries are advised to strictly adhere to remittance directives of these financial institutions to enable them render their services diligently.

We anticipate your earliest response and compliance.
Thanks
Your truly,
Richard M Steven.
Head, Accounts / Fund Recovery Unit.
HSBC London.

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