LLOYDS BANKING GROUP ENGLAND UNITED KINGDOM
LLOYDS Corporate Banking Group PLC
International Remittance Department:
LLOYDS Bank United Kingdom
4 Gudgle reviews
8 Victoria Street, Greater London
Tel: +44 (0) 703 174 2754 / +44 (0)703 191 3517
Fax: +44 (0) 872 331 6405 / +44 (0)872 331 6406
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Director: in Charge for International Foreign Exchange & Remittance Department Lloyds Banking Group England United Kingdom.
LLOYDS CORPORATE BANKING LIMITED ENGLAND UNITED KINGDOM
This is the reference of your mail in regards of the Facebook Messenger Awards Lottery Promotion you won and as you have requested us to do the necessary thing to make sure that you receive your winning fund prize money (GBP£1,000,000.00)Equivalent to ($1,616,052.11 USD) Only.
within 2 bank working days from the day the bank commence the transfer processes of your winning fund after we have received the letter of claim from you as sole beneficiary of the said amount.
We want to use this singular opportunity to reiterate and reassure you that this transfer is absolutely safe and Guaranteed.
Your safety is highly guaranteed because we have taken care of all the necessary things required for this transfer immediately you concern to us your personal banking details which will enable us write a letter of claim in your favor to the (C.E.O)Chief Executive Officer of Lloyds Corporate Bank Limited England United Kingdom.
I want to inform you that with your maximum co-operation, support, assistance and understanding, Your winning award funds from the Facebook Messenger Chat Promotion U.K will be transfer smoothly and concluded
For us to commence the immediate processes of writing the letter of claim in your favor, all that we demand of you right now are the following:
(1) The detailed particulars of your bank account,
(s) Where you want the fund transferred.
(1)Bank Name:- - - - - -
(2)Account number:- - - - - - - -
(3)Account Name:- - - - - - - - - - - -
(4)Bank Branch Code:- - - - - - - - - -
(5)Bank Swift Code:- - - - - - - - - - -
(6)Bank Address:- - - - - - - - - - - - -
(7)Bank Telephone and Fax no- - - - - - - -
Telephone and fax numbers, bank telex number, bank swift code or soft code, name of the account, the account number and name of beneficiary of the account.
(2) Your full names and contact address as is written on your international passport including your private telephone and fax numbers including your passport number or copy, confirming that you are the rightful person.But We will transfer all the money through t.t wire transfer same time same day without holding of any nature on the transfer.
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Here are the top online methods to TRANSFER MONEY OVERSEAS!Updated October 2006
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(1) Bank Transfers - transfer money overseas through Banks in the form of Wire Transfers (Telegraphic Transfers), Foreign Drafts and International
Money Orders. The sender can send Wire Transfers (quicker than Drafts) without being a customer of the sending bank,
but the sender will most probably have to pay cash for the money transfer overseas. You (the receiver) need to provide the sender with your account details i.e.your name; your account number; your bank' s SWIFT/BIC code and any other required information.
You need to check with the bank where you intend to receive the wire, what type of currency the wire needs to be sent in and whether you will be able to collect the money over the counter. It could take a few days
before the wire arrives at your bank account. A wire transfer is a good option to use when a clear record of the transfer of the money overseas is required.
Electronic Fund Transfer
Electronic transfers are fast, reliable and the most secure means of transferring funds from, or to, any country worldwide. To facilitate a smooth and secure transfer of funds, Lloyds Bans TSB uses the SWIFT
(Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) system. As the name suggests, this system is exclusively used by member banks.
Electronic transfers are normally effected at the spot rate, i.e. the value of the foreign currency two business days hence, to enable banks to facilitate the exchange of the relevant currencies, and to move the funds into the account of the receiving bank.
When selecting an electronic transfer as payment method, funds will be debited from your UK Pounds/ US Dollars account and deposited directly into the beneficiary’s foreign account and vice versa.
SWIFT transfers are useful should you need funds to be transferred to you while you are abroad. Remember this in case of an emergency.
BANK SWIFT code:………….
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Some benefits of electronic transfers:
• It is a risk-free and secure form of payment
• It is much faster than a bank draft, should time be critical
• You are able to stipulate the exact date of payment
• It is convenient and fast
• Funds received are available immediately
Ensure that you have the beneficiary’s bank details, account number, name and residential address at hand when making an electronic transfer payment. Also remember the required documentary evidence as called for in the Inland Revenue Service (IRS) rules and regulations.
Immediately all this information are received, I will used the opportunity to write a letter of claim in your favor to our (funds transfer unit
department)furnishing the fund transfer unit department with all the requirement which you have forwarded to us, so that your fund will be
transferred into your designated bank account as indicated by you.
Finally, you are required to claim your winning prize on or before the 3-5 days only. Hence failure to do so, your winning prize will be reclaimed and relocated and this bank shall not be held responsible.
Please see attachment file
Wishing you the good luck for the transfer.
Tel: +44 (0)703 174 2754
Yours in service
Director in-charge for
International Remittance Department
Lloyds Banking Group England United Kingdom
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