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from: HALIFAX BANK UNITED KINGDON, LONDON <[email protected]>
reply-to: [email protected]
date: Aug 1, 2020, 4:20 PM
subject: Director-General Department Halifax Bank Plc London, UK
mailed-by: gmail.com

Located in: Woolshops Shopping Centre Halifax
Address: 1 & 3 Market St, Halifax HX1 1RN, United Kingdom, London
Hours:
Monday 9:30am–3:30pm
Tuesday 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Thursday 9:30 am–3:30 pm
Friday 9:30am–3:30pm
Saturday 9:30am-3:30pm
Sunday Closed

Attention: Sir/Madam,

Greeting to you, are you still Alive to receive your fund transfer
from Halifax Bank Plc London, UK?. Is this contact still valid? There
is time for everything in life and it comes once in a lifetime, among
many people around the globe, few enjoy the benefits of their
inheritance knowingly or unknowingly whilst others funds go into
Government treasure in the absence of contacting the true beneficiary
for the claim. You are a very lucky person that your name and email
address are among the unpaid beneficiary's that will receive their
fund transfer from us next week. Your total amount is the sum of
$10.500.000.00 Million United State Dollars.

As soon as we receive your response, we would make the necessary
arrangements to ensure that your funds are swiftly transferred to you
without further delays. Halifax Bank Plc London, UK will do the
transfer to you into your account.

This International Remittance Department ( Halifax Bank Plc London, UK
) was set up to discover an outstanding unpaid fund being owned to
Governments or Individuals all over the world through Contract
Payment, Inheritance. If you are not aware of the above instruction,
do respond to this email immediately by contacting the head of the
International remittance secretary department below:

You should contact Mr. James Bruce
Director-General Department Halifax Bank Plc London, UK
Email Address: ( [email protected] )

Right now, as directed General Mr. James Bruce, to this effect, you
are to contact us with the details below for the immediate release of
your funds from Halifax Bank Plc London, UK

Full Name:……………
Address:………………..
Country:…………………
City:..............................
Mobile Telephone:…….......
Current Email Address:.............
Your Bank Address Where you want us to transfer your fund...

We looking forward to serving you with the best of our service.

Best Regards,

Thanks, and Congratulations in Advance.
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