Sent: Monday, August 26, 2013 1:31 AM
To: Undisclosed recipients:
Subject: [Bulk] FUND TRANSFER NOTIFICATION
From The Desk Of Jp Morgan Chase Bank
14201 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas,
TX 75254, United
(940) 238 2177
This is to inform you that a compensation payment in the
amount of US$3,600,000.00 (Three Million Six Hundred Thousand United State
Dollars) was legally approved and deposited few days ago with our Bank, JpMorgan
Chase Bank Branch Office here in Texas U.S, and it was deposited in your name by
the foreign debts settlement/compensation committee of the Executive Directors
Of World Bank Group in conjunction with the European Union Board Of Directors,
and they instructed us to credit this fund direct to your private bank account
with immediate effect.
Meanwhile, the good news about your fund
now is that your compensation payment file with some of the legal documents
backing this fund has been forwarded to the US Department of State and the
United Nations for final approval, And we shall proceed with the transfer
immediately we hear from you because we were mandated to transfer this fund to
you as one of the beneficiary whose the name is listed in the World Bank foreign
debts settlement/compensation payment file.
However, Please note that JpMorgan Chase Bank have decided
and agreed together to transfer the fund into your bank account through
computerized telegraphic wire transfer, so you are therefore advised to quickly
get back to this bank and let us have your full details to enable us proceed
with the claim process of your fund to your bank account without any form of
wait your immediate response with your information below to enable this bank
proceeds immediately with the transfer of your fund as we
Name. . . . . . . . . .
Address. . . . . . . . .
Age/Occupation. . . . . . .
Valid Phone number. . . . . .
Country/State. . . .
Any Of Your Identity Card. . . .
Kindly get back to us by reconfirming your full
Thank you, God Bless America.
Foregn Remittance Department.
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK &
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