H E Ronny Jumeau - Chase Bank - bankchase944@yahoo.com

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H E Ronny Jumeau - Chase Bank - bankchase944@yahoo.com

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from: H.E Ronny Jumeau <contato.sistema@saocarlos.sp.gov.br>
reply-to: bankchase944@yahoo.com
date: 20 Jun 2022, 11:10
subject: Are you truly Dead OR Alive?
mailed-by: saocarlos.sp.gov.br

Attention: Customer,

This is to notify you that CHASE BANK has made all arrangement on how
to transfer your funds, but now our problem here is that one Mrs.
XXXX, came to informed us that you are DEAD, and before your
death as a result of COVID, you instructed her to come for the claim of
your funds in the tune of US2.Million that was long abandoned in your
name
with CHASE BANK.

So here comes the big question.... This questions has been a BIG
PROBLEMS to the Board Directors CHASE BANK, not knowing whom to
TRANSFER YOUR FUNDS to, please just get back immediately, if real you
are Alive.

(:i) Did you authorize Mrs. XXXX to come for your claim?

(ii) Are you truly Dead OR Alive?

If (NO) you are hereby advice as a matter of urgency to reconfirm the
details of this message within 24hours, hence your funds shall be
wired into her account without any more delay.

Lastly, you are advice to reconfirm the details of this message and
get back immediately with these information's
below..

1.Full name:.............................
2.Direct telephone number:....................
3.Address:.............................
4.Your personal identification to enable us confirm you are not dead.
5.Current occupation and address.

This information's above must be provided for reconfirmation to Enable
us make payment to you, hence, your funds will be remit/wire into her
account as already provide to this management.

I have to inform you that we have completed all issues of your payment
in our bank since on the 20th of May.

Apparently, your International Deposit Online Payment Account has been
opened successfully.

You will ACCESS your account and confirm your approved sum of (TWO
MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS) has been officially Credited into the
Account today. You are legally empowered Authorized to make effectual
transfers from the Account as you follow the guidelines below.

Your USD Online Account is READY FOR EASY TRANSFER DIRECT TO YOUR
ACCOUNT.

Please follow the instructions in the confirmation of this payment
Issues in the bank telephone banking administration sheet below to
confirm your payment.
.
Stage 1: Dial (CHASE BANK) Telephone Banking Confirmation Account
System on +1 404 692 6983

then after the voice contact, enter your account Pass Code 1978

Stage 2: enter your Account Number which is 6037481790

Stage 3: enter your account Account Pin Code 40266

Stage 4: to make transfer press 4 enter your destination account
number, which is your personal bank account number, swift code/routing
number apparently, your fund IF YOU ARE HAVING ANY ISSUES, BE ADVICE
TO CONTACT ME DIRECTLY ON MY EMAIL.

CONTACT ME IMMEDIATELY HERE.

EMAIL : danie.willii7433@gmail.com

Your fund will be transferred immediately into your personal bank
account via our electronic wire transfer system once you have the
complete requirement.

Lastly, Do get back to us immediately the transfer take place to enable
us update our official record.

Kindly call me as soon as you receive this email. NOTE: THIS TRANSFER
HAS BEEN MADE FREE OF CHARGE, YOU ARE NOT REQUIRE TO PAY FOR IT.

Congratulation as we hope to do more successful business with you, Our
aim is to put smiles in all our customer face, if our service is very
ok with you, please do let us know.

Yours faithfully,

WHAT I REQUIRE FROM YOU IF TRULY YOU ARE ALIVE, JUST MAIL ME AND SAY
TO ME ( I AM ALIVE )

If not you are at your own risk.

H.E Ronny Jumeau
Sychelles Ambassador.
CC: FEDERAL RESERVE BANK HEADQUARTERS,
WASHINGTON D.C.
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