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Edward Hicks - International Payment Centre - hehicks2020@gmail.com

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from: Hon Edward Hicks <hehicks1955@gmail.com>
reply-to: hehicks2020@gmail.com
date: Mar 15, 2023, 7:01 AM
subject: Re: MAIL RESENT TO YOU AS REQUESTED....
mailed-by: gmail.com

FACT FINDING OFFICE
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENT CENTRE,
152-160 CITY RD, LONDON EC1V 2NX,
UNITED KINGDOM

Attn:

Sequel to the mandate of the United Nations to clear and release all processed funds not associated with drugs and terrorist activities to deserving beneficiaries without further delay. It may interest you to know that based on the current financial policy on all foreign
payments.

The International payment outlets has approved your outstanding payment worth US15.5Million with the accrued interest via any of her cash payment centers in Southan Africa, Asia or America.

The implication of this approval is that every short listed beneficiary like you must travel to the assigned endorsement office in
person to sign the necessary fund release order documents/bond before proceeding to the cash payment center for proper immediate payment release without requesting for any upfront fees/charges.

We are aware of the cost implication/expenses involved on this process knowing fully well that you might be unable to take care of the high
traveling expenses associated in this process.In respect of the above subject we have contracted the services of a
seasoned investor/ sponsor who will cover every expenses needed on
this process including your return flight tickets, hotel reservations, feeding and taxi respectively hence you will not be expected to put forward any money from your pocket on this subject.

Please note that the investor is demanding for 15% only of your total payment as his entitlement for the sponsorship. I hope this
arrangement is OK by you? it is important you revert back to us urgently to enable us proceed with the needful accordingly.

hanks for your kind understanding.

Yours Faithfully
Hon. Edward Hicks
Payment Coordinator,
International Payment Center.
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