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John Whicker - Barclays Bank -

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date: Oct 18, 2021, 5:54 AM

Barclays Bank
Address: Barclays Bank of New York new
branch at 3 Park Avenue, 34th Street.
United States
Phone: (747) 334-3354

Dear Sir,

I am JOHN WHICKER, Director allocation department from the Barclays Bank of New York. My office monitors and controls the affairs of all banks and Financial institutions in New York concerned with foreign claim payments. I am the final signatory to any transfer or remittance of huge funds moving within banks both on the local and international levels in line with foreign claim settlements. I have before me a list of funds, which an incoming payment slated to your account? in your name has been blocked and this transaction cannot be completed due to errors present in your account information, which was programmed on our wire transfer diskette.

Therefore, we have temporarily suspended the transfer from performing future transactions, until we verified and confirm the banking details which will enable us to fix this problem immediately and wire the funds to your account without any delay or obligations required whatsoever.

My conditions:

1. The sum of USD $ 459,000.00 only will be transferred to your account after processing of all relevant legal documents with your name as the beneficiary, the transfer will be made by telegraphic Transfer (T / T), conformable in 24 Hours working days.

2. This deal must be kept secret forever, and all correspondence will be strictly by email / telephone, for security purposes.

3. There should be no third parties as most problems associated with your fund release are caused by your agents or representative.

4. Note that after the successful completion of this transaction, you and I will have a fair share of the fund which I am entitled to $ 59,000.USD while your share shall be $ 400,000.00USD upon receipt of the funds in your account. If you AGREE with my conditions, then I will advise you on what to do immediately so that the transfer will commence without delay as I will proceed to program your name and your bank details on the Payment schedule instantly to meet the 24 hours mandate.

Hoping to hear from you as soon as possible.

Reply through this email address (

Yours sincerely,

Managing Director
Barclays Bank
Phone: (747) 334-3354
Barclays Bank
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