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Carlos Anderson - European Financial Commission -

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from: carlos anderson <>
date: Nov 15, 2023, 10:12 AM
subject: waiting your responds


This is urgent information and I would like you to take this email very seriously.
I am a member of the European Financial Commission.
Your unclaimed fund of the sum of $10 Million United States Dollars was discussed and I wish to communicate with you on the matter.
I was there during the European Financial Regulatory board meeting.

As it stands today your payment is with KUTXA BANK, in Spain, take note.

Due to the impasse and hiccups over your unclaimed fund, the European Financial Regulatory Commission has re-directed your fund to KUTXA BANK in Spain..
As I speak with you, that is where your fund is presently deposited. The European Financial Regulatory have seen how your payment is derailing and wished to intervene.

You are in the temple of justice now.

Enough is enough; you must be paid devoid of any fuss and bottlenecks you have practically experienced in the past.
Time heals every wound.

Honestly, I am worried. Kutxa bank is not going to ask you to pay these fees or that fees, no please, KUTXA BANK will handle your payment as instructed by the European Financial Regulatory Commission, the board is monitoring the payment presently.
I am a member of the European Financial Regulatory Commission, and wish to communicate to you in good faith.

Let us work as a team to realize this payment for our mutual interest; I know you will reward me adequately as you received this fund.
As soon as I hear from you, I shall direct you to KUTXA BANK, the person to contact in the bank and the official email of the bank and website for transparency and accountability.

This is the way I work.

Solution: Now listen, KUTXABANK is going to pay you via what is called SURETY BOND " kutxa bank shall make the transfer to your bank account and you return the charges later, in other words, after receipt of your payment. This is the payment process in accordance with INTERNATIONAL BANK STANDARD and due process.
Kutxa bank is going to work hand in hand with your bank on this new payment command via SURETY BOND, your payment is wire transfer and your bank must be involved.

The era to pay these fees or that fees is over, let surety bond protect you during the payment process. I think I have explained to you the beauty of the surety bond, let your payment be transferred to your bank while you pay the charges later., you are expected to pay the charges within 72 Hours on receipt of your payment, the charges shall be communicated to you and your bank in due time, failure to send back charges back within 72 hours on receipt of your payment, Kutxa bank shall hold your bank liable, that is why KUTXABANK must work hand in hand with your bank on this new payment mandate.

In closing, as soon as I hear from you, I shall direct you to Kutxa bank, the person to contact in the bank.

Get back to me regarding this vital information.

You Faithfully

Carlos Anderson.
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