Scam Tip Report #97050 - Dear beneficiary

Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Lilburn, GA, United States
2019-09-18 09:12:10
Nigerian/419 Scam
Dear beneficiary 
Name Unknown
Email Address:
508 388-4584
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National Remittance Bank
Tel: (+1) 508 388-4584

Dear beneficiary,

Be informed that we are in receipt of remittance instruction in your favour total sum of(US$2,500,000.00 ) as being recovered from the (IMF) Office Washington
DC USA. In the capacity as the audit director National Remittance Bank,
it is my profound duty to inform you that as discussed between payment
reconciliation committee on remittance of all shortlisted beneficiary's
benefit which in accordance with the foreign payment Act of 2019 banking
section requires submission of Fund Release Authorization from Council
On Foreign Relations Office New York.

More so, our remittance unit shall commence on processing immediate
release of your fund as soon as your Fund Release Authorization is
submitted with us. You should contact your account officer Robert King,
through below email for directives.

Name: Robert King

On receipt of the above authorization we shall commence on immediate
wire transfer to any of your provided bank account, and should you have
any question, do not hesitate to contact the undersigned.

Yours faithfully,

Danilo Cruz.

National Remittance Bank USA.

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