On Friday, April 1, 2016 11:58 PM, HM TREASURY UNITED KINGDOM < email@example.com > wrote:
Unit 1, Horse Guards Rd,
London SW1A 2HQ,
I think we have given you enough respect and time to pay for the
transfer permit. At this juncture, we have concluded that you are
no-longer ready and willing to have this fund. Kindly put it into
writing that you are not willing and capable of claiming this
fund. Once we receive this, the transaction will be called off, as directed
by the legal department of the treasury. Please be informed that we do
not accept any fee paid through western union or money gram. For the
sake of transparency, we can only accept fees paid through our accredited
revenue collector's account, bank to bank.
Be informed that after seven days of this notice and you did not
respond, we will have no other option than to seek for a court
injunction which will enable the government of United Kingdom to
declare this fund unclaimed.
The HM treasury of United Kingdom have commenced a legal process
to end the transaction. Kindly sign the attached disclaimer form from
the Royal High Court as it will enable us to call off, cancel this
Sir Nick McPherson JP
PERM.SEC.HM TREASURY UK.
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