||24.09.2014, 20:24, "Lomé, Consular" <ConsularLome@state.gov>:
The American Embassy and Consular Department here in Togo wish to advise you to stop communication with all purported bankers from any bank in Togo. This is because investigation is on going on your family inheritance case of your deceased cousin, BOSKOV ROMAN LEONOV, concerning all those involved with the Internet Scam Campaigns that were trying to lure you and some other people from the Russian Federation to deceive you into extortion of money from you and others.
You are hereby strictly advised that anybody contacting you from any bank or offices or ministries in Togo or anywhere concerning your inheritance with free email addresses created from any web-based free email domains such as YAHOO, MSN, HOTMAIL, GMAIL or any other that does not come from the official banks' domain email address or ministries or offices should be totally ignored and deleted immediately you receive such proposals or mails. This is to therefore further advise you to delete all correspondence which does not come from ECOWAS BANK's official domain email address which is www.bidc-ebid.org because all funds related to your inheritance in the West African Region is under the charge of ECOWAS BANK FOR INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENTS "EBID" also known as BANQUE D'INVESTISSEMENT ET DE DEVELOPPEMENT DE LA CEDEAO "BIDC". And in our records, it is discovered or noted that the ECOWAS BANK has appointed your new account officer named DR. CERI KOLGANI, in charge of your inherit
ed funds, you should therefore only have your correspondences with this banker.
According to our proper investigations and findings it is discovered or known that all that you need to do now is to secure the Letter Of Administration and or Grant Of Representation "LOA/GOR" from the PROBATE DIVISION of the High Court of Togo for the total release and transfer of your inherited funds to your name as the legitimate and bona fide beneficiary and heir to your deceased cousin's estates, BOSKOV ROMAN LEONOV. And you can only do this by securing the Togo's Presidential Letter of Guarantee "PLOG" in your name to be submitted to the Supreme Court for to issue the LOA/GOR to your name. Anybody contacting you for an inheritance or any other deal is a scam.
We have also found out that you have only secured an affidavit of a time extension for the payment of this PLOG. We advice you to act as quickly as possible within this week or early next week to make this payment of €10.800 to the office of the Registrar General of the Presidency of Togo. Your failure to do this may definitely jeopardize your inheritance claims.
Your are also advised not to send or disclose your passport and your bank account(s) information to any unauthorized persons or bankers based on your inheritance matter. If you do so you are at risk of having your bank account(s) being hacked by these fraudsters.
You should be well informed that only the ECOWAS BANK has the sole legitimate responsibility to collate and release your cousin's funds in any other bank(s) where these funds were deposited to you upon your submission of the "LOA/GOR" issued from the Supreme Court of Justice of Togo. And you also have the privilege of using your late lawyer's son, Barrister JAMES SLOT, whose full name is KESENA SLOT KOMLANVI to help you coordinate all your inheritance matters here in Togo on your behalf. And for the security of this young man you should not disclose his identities to unauthorized persons.
We therefore advise you against any other imposters or persons trying to help you coordinate your inheritance matters without the consent of your late lawyer's son, KESENA SLOT KOMLANVI.
We hope that you will take all necessary steps to adhere to these advices issued out to you now.
Sec. Jude O'SBORNE,
Secretary General to Amb.Robert E.Whitehead.
Embassy of America, Lome TOGO.
Boulevard Eyadema B.P. 852, Lomé
Tel.: (+228) 2261 5470
Emails: firstname.lastname@example.org, ConsularLome@state.gov.
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