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Attn: Beneficiary

Scam Email received July 4, 2018 from info_collinedward@yahoo.com

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Attn: Beneficiary – info_collinedward@yahoo.com

Attn: Beneficiary, I humbly wish to inform you that the Department of Credit & Telex Control of the ROYAL BANK OF CANADA(RBC) has received an instruction Order to effect the wire transferring of your approved fund of USD$10,500,000.00 MILLION to you immediately. I therefore request you to urgently re-confirm the HSBC Bank A/C. number stated below as your receiving Bank information, since this account was submitted by your lawyer Barrister Godson Gabriel of (GODSON & CO. LAW CHAMBERS) for the payment without any delay. Note: In a case were you think you are not familiar with the bellow banking information as presented by your legal representative and agent,we advice you send to us now without any delay your detail in full containing your Banking information and other personal information so we don&t transfer to wrong account. Bank: HSBC HONGKONG BRANCH Address: Paterson Street, HSBC Premier Centre Shops G03-04.G/F Hang Lung Centre 2-20 Paterson Street Cause way Bay, Hong Kong Account number: 627 826464-001 Account name: Bob Andria SWIFT code: HSBCKHKHH However, it is our principle to initiate direct contact with the beneficiary of fund before final crediting of such fund. Therefore, I am personally contacting you directly in order to seek your approval to remit into the above account. In the meantime, the process of programming and registering of your transfer payment status code that will enable a hitch free wire transferring of your fund into your account within 72hours is in progress and I will be willing to assist you believing that you will in turn show some appreciation to me. Note, I can successfully achieve this transfer within the shortest time from now if only you can offer Now you’re new Payment, Approval No;PUN5685P,Canada Government No:WH44CV, Reference o.-35460021, Allocation No: 674632 Password No: 339331 , Pin Code No: 55674 and your Certificate of Merit Payment No : 103 , Released Code No: 0763; Immediate RBC Telex confirmation No: -1114433 ; Secret Code No:XXTN013.Base on this numbers your above states Institutions and Bodies have officially approved this payment valued $10.5M to be remitted without any delay. Furtherance (PROVIDE THE BELLOW INFORMATION IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE ABOVE BANKING INFORMATION AS PROVIDED BY YOUR LAWYER (GODSON & CO. LAW CHAMBERS) 1) Your Full Name: 2) Bank Name & Address: 3) Account Number: 4) Routing OR Swift Code: 5) Marital Status: 6) Your Cell Phone Number: 7) Your Fax Home Address: 8) Your Country: 9) Your Occupation: Get back to me quickly. Respectfully! Collins Edward ACCOUNTANT, ROYAL BANK OF CANADA{RBC}              info_collinedward@yahoo.com

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