JP Morgan Chase Bank about your US$39.6M inheritance

Subject: Transaction Update….
From:   Graham McMillan <officn@tim.it>
Date:   2017-09-19
To:    
Reply-To:   graham.mcmillan2017@yandex.com

JP MORGAN CHASE BANK
128 Brighton Beach Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11206-2098
Our Ref: CHSX0015-ODCS/017
Your Ref:

Dear Sir,

Re: Urgent Notice

The recent launched Joint External Debt Hub (JEDH) by the Inter-Agency Task
Force on Finance Statistics (TFFS) This joint launch is by the Bank for
International Settlements (BIS), International Monetary Fund (IMF),
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the World
Bank and represents efforts to synergize international advances in the area of
external debt statistics. Due to this new organization, the World Bank has
gratified the international Debt Management to look into the all outstanding
contractors/Workers due for payment with US Government. In Regards to this,
your name was among the unsettled contractors/Workers who have not received
their payments. I wish to inform you that the international Debt Management has
been approved and instructed by world debt organization & World Bank to process
and release all the outstanding payment which has been due for payment.

This is to officially notify you that the World Bank in conjunction with the
United States set aside US$3.4Billion to pay in good claims from foreign
Inheritance Fund (Next of Kin); In line with this arrangement the United States
on Foreign Debt Matters (USFDM) ordered that contractors and Next-of-Kins whose
file have shown sufficient proof regarding job execution and debt outstanding
be settled without delay. We wish to inform you that your file was forwarded to
JP Morgan Chase Bank by various offices and department showing that you have
fulfilled all conditions necessary to receive your payment.

One of the reasons your payment had been delayed for so long was because of
counter-claim on your fund, this necessitated the perusal of documents relating
to your contract payment, we were convinced but that you are the bona-fide
beneficiary to the said fund. The attempts to divert your payment to foreign
account was done by your local representatives in collaboration with some
Officials and most of the officials involved in several executive misconducts
have been sacked. I hereby to inform you this day that your inheritance sum
calculated US$39.6M shall be paid to you either via ATM CARD or Wire Transfer
due to rules/regulation guiding Bank Secrecy Act(BSA). Be aware that all
necessary modalities concerning the release of your fund have regularized, so
all we require from is your honest concentration to make this transfer happen
within 72hrs. Finally, kindly tick your preferable payment choice below and get
back to us with details;

OPTION 1 (ATM CARD):

1) Your Full______________
2) Your Full Contact Address____________________
3) Your direct Cell phone No# ________________
4) Attache Copy of Your Driver’s License_____________

OPTION 2: Fund through Electronic Wire Transfer, Re-confirm the below listed
info:

1) Your bank name:
2) Bank address:
3) Account no:
4) Routing no
5) Swift code:
6) Account name:
7) Personal Phone/Mobile no:
8) Residential Address:

In anticipation of your immediate response.

Graham McMillan
Fund Operational Manager /
Head Foreign Transfer Department
JP Morgan Chase Bank, Brooklyn, New York
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