Leslie Blair - HSBC - [email protected]

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Leslie Blair - HSBC - [email protected]

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from: hsbc account officer <[email protected]>
date: Jul 30, 2020, 4:18 PM
subject: Re: Re: Important
mailed-by: accountant.com
signed-by: mail.com

Dear Sir

Good day sir. I have not hard from you since and your $5 million dollars fund is still in our reserve Bank account waiting to be transferred to your account. I want to make things easy for you because I understand that situation of the country and what Covid19 has caused the whole world

I am now asking you if you can raise and send me $1,000 I will personally do the transfer of your funds to reflect into your Bank account within 48 Banking hours.

I am giving you my word on this, if you can work with me as I have directed I promise to work with you as I have just promised.

Your $5 Million dollars is enough money to solve alot of things for you and am fully ready and capable to transfer the funds to you as soon as you remit the requested $1,000 fee.

I will advise that you send the $1,000 from now till Monday so that I can complete with your payment.

Waiting to hear from you.

Yours faithfully,
Mr. Leslie Blair.
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