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#433931 by Ian Page Fri May 27, 2022 6:07 am
From: [email protected]. - [email protected]
Received: Fri 27 May 2022 at 10:47

Attention: Beneficiary,

With due respect ,

The British Government Finance Authority received an application mail from one Ms Patricia M. Russell for an urgent change of your nominated bank account regarding your fund ($10,500,000.00) transaction with HSBC London stating that you passed on ( died) a couple of days ago in Methodist hospital in the United States of America..

In her mail, she requested that your entire unclaimed funds of $10.5M with HSBC London be transferred to her as soon as possible, hence she is your relative and next of kin to the intended fund.

This organization wants to use this medium to send a mail to your email, probably your wife or somebody might respond directly from your email to confirm her request before it will be granted.

Be informed that a copy of this message will equally be sent to Dr. Santoso Cheng of HSBC London for their perusals. Furthermore, if no response whatsoever is received after 48hours, this organization will permit HSBC London to process and release your unclaimed funds to her as she has applied or the funds will be donated to Ukraine as aid.

Yours faithfully,

Dr. Roselina Robertson.

Director general,
Her Majesty Financial Task Force,
London, United Kingdom.

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