From: FRED DOTSE - [email protected]
Tel. No.: +2348165741988
Tel. No.: +2348165741988
Firstly, let me properly introduce myself and Firm:
A brief of my résumé and our Firm profile: In addition to my legal inclination where i holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from the prestigious University of Ghana and was admitted to the Ghana Bar in 1995. I obtained my Masters of Law and International Business degrees from the Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany and the Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar, Germany where i studied as a Zeit scholar.
I am also a holder of the Master of Business Administration (Finance option) degree awarded by the University of Leicester, UK and pursued a certificate course in banking at the National Banking College in Accra, Ghana.
I began my legal career with R.S Agbenoto & Associates in 1995 as a legal associate where i worked as part of the team offering legal advice to and representing a variety of corporate and individual clients. On joining Ghana Commercial Bank in 1997, initially as a legal officer, i was subsequently promoted to head the Accra Zonal legal Unit of the Bank. As the Head of the Accra Zonal Legal Unit (1998 -2003), i acted as legal advisor to 15 branches of the Bank in Accra and offered legal advice on various areas of law such as banking and finance, corporate law, commercial law, international bilateral and multilateral transactions and international law among others.
I also worked with the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, Juba, Southern Sudan, Liberia and the German African Business Development GmBh, (Afrika-Verein) Hamburg, Germany. Until I was invited by Ekow Awoonor Esq. As the managing partner of Awoonor Law Consultancy, I was the managing partner of Legal & Financial Associates, a legal, financial and business advisory services firm.
I am a member of the Ghana Bar Association and an associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitration London.My areas of specialization include corporate and investment law, banking and finance law, international business law, international business, securities law, corporate governance, corporate finance, mergers & acquisition, international trade law and international arbitration, among others. These are verifiable fact and you are free to carry out due diligence on my person and firm profile.
Attn: XXX: To begin, Mr. Sanusi Pedro John, from Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) was in contact with me last Monday, 2nd February 2015 in respect of your case. He only gave me a brief history of your case.
I did contact the relevant authorities in GTBank to avail myself with some insight into your case and was referred to a certain Mrs. Betty Adams, who in turn referred me to her superior….apart from stating that the fund was red-flagged and blocked on suspicion of noncompliance with the Financial Action Task Force 40+1 recommendations. The Director General was not too helpful.
Preliminary investigation carried out linked you with outstanding bequest payment. Apparently, the fund was recalled back to its origin as a result of the Source Origin and Destination (SOD) being unsatisfactory and or not in synch with the acceptable standard practice. In a nutshell, the basis of the wire transfer was not clearly established. As you must be aware, Africa, Middle East and Asia for obvious reasons are no longer as safe as they were, to remit large sums. Banks and their corresponding no longer welcome large sum coming especially from developing countries, due to the pressure on them from their government’s side. In fact a lot of awkward questions will be asked and if no proper and satisfying answers with verifiable documentary proofs were forthcoming, the fund risk being confiscated.
Definitely, putting up the requisite structures in place for the authentication of the process and safe receipt of the fund in your account will involve some financial commitments. I am agreeable to bear the costs from my personal purse with the understanding and assurance from you that in addition to my 10% fee, the expenses incurred will be reimburse to me on the completion of the process and consequent receipt of the funds in your designated account.
Be advised that, you shall be responsible for granting me a notarized and executed Power of Attorney, appointing me as your legal representative and empowering me to coordinate the legal processes in Nigeria and subsequently apply for the funds from the bank and coordinating its transfer to your designated account. It is imperative you understand that due to the volume of fund involved, the Power of Attorney must be notarized and its Deed of Assignment executed by a notary public in your State of residence and competent Court of jurisdiction in your country respectively.
The notarized Power of Attorney and Averment, inclusive of the requisite structures to be secured in place will form part of the template for our application for claim on your behalf.
Last but not the least, contrary to our opinion, I am neither an employee of the Nigerian Government nor on its payroll. At the completion of the project and following the reflection of the funds in your designated account, you and Mr. Pedro, shall be responsible for the payment of our 10% fee and whatever expenses incurred in the course of securing the requisite structure/document in place.
I want to believe the above meets with your final satisfaction and understanding, otherwise do please state ask any question and I shall be obliged to explain to your better understanding.
Thanks and best regards,
Barr. Fred Dotse
Awoonor Law Consultancy Accra Ghana
Direct Line: +234 816-574-1988
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