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from: John N James <>
date: Nov 13, 2021, 8:33 AM
subject: This is to bring the Good News to you

This is to bring the Good News to you that your Fund Worth $25Million
has moved to the Federal Reserve Bank After a serial meeting with the
Federal Reserve Bank Board of Directors.

With this new developments and the arrangement with the Federal
Reserve Bank, Also to protect you from scammers and from Fraudulent,
The Federal Reserve Bank have you Two Options to complete your
Transaction by yourself, Which is Named below .

(1) Federal Reserve Bank Teller Phone Banking: Teller Phone is an
automated telephone system that allows you to transact on your account
by choosing corresponding codes And Complete your Transaction over

(2) Federal Reserve Bank Online, Banking online means accessing your
bank account and carrying out financial transactions through the
internet on your smartphone, tablet or computer. It's quick, usually
free and allows you to do tasks, such as paying bills and transferring
money, without having to visit or call your bank

Remind you that all this process cost no money and you are expecting
to contact the Federal Reserve Bank with details and they will
redirect you through their Officials domain for security reasons.

Bank Name: Federal Reserve Bank
Bank Email :
Name : David H. Bowman

Congratulations in advance and look forward to hearing from you.

Mr John N James
The Chairman Of Scam Victims Compensation Committee USA
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