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United Bank for Africa (UBA Group).
Republique du Benin West African,
Location: UBA (Agence Patte d'Oie),
Rue 390, Cotonou, Benin
Phone Number: +229 9600-9181
kind Attn Dear,
This email notification is officially to inform you that after the investigations done by the United Nations International Anti-Corruption (UNIAC) Fighting Against corruption inline with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and other Security Agencies for the year 2019, it has been discovered that you have not received your said fund originated from Africa which the United Nations has approved the 'United Bank for Africa' to oversee the payment of all the people involve either through Bank to Bank transfer service of Payment via ATM Visa Card.
We have made it our first point of call to settle all Outstanding Payments accrued to Individuals or Corporations with respect to local and overseas contract payment, Debt Rescheduling and Outstanding Compensation payment as instructed by the United Nations. This is to make sure that all outstanding payments are settled in this fiscal year 2020. On Behalf of the entire staff of the United Bank for Africa (UBA Bank) and the United Nations in collaboration with World Bank, we apologize for the delay of your long awaited payment and all the inconveniences you might have encountered while pursuing this payment. However, from the records of outstanding beneficiaries due for payment in my office here at UBA Bank COTONOU, Benin Office, your payment file worth of US$10.5 Million is on the list of the outstanding beneficiaries who have not yet received their payments. Your said funds will now be conveyed to you through your preferred payment option. which is either through Bank to Bank Wire Transfer OR Payment via ATM Visa Card across to you without further delay.
Once more: You are required of A fee US$270 Dollar to obtain your said fund US$10,500,000.00 (A.U.I.T.P. Clarification) from the Office of African Union Financial Commission (AUFC) Cotonou, Benin Republic West Africa, thereby authorizing the immediate and final release of your funds this very week without any further delay, also be fully informed that the above mentioned required documents A.U.I.T.P. Clarification is the only Certificate required to complete your said fund immediate released process to you and nothing else.
Below is recipient information you are advised send the due required fee USD$270.00 via Western Union / Ria Money Transfer OR Money Gram Agency outlet around you.
Receiver Name: WILLIAM PETER
Country: BENIN REPUBLIC
City/State: COTONOU, Benin
Amount: US$$270 ONLY.
I await your urgent email response with the above required information of your inline with the payment details of the required fee in other to complete every regarding your said fund payment to you as it was signed and approved.
United Bank for Africa (UBA Group)
UBA Bank COTONOU, Benin
Phone Number: +229 9600-9181
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