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WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK
nationalbankplaza702@gmail.com


Scam Email received 7/1/2022

Email From:

office6off22@gmail.com

Sender Name:

ROBERT E. MARLING JR.

Other emails used:

nationalbankplaza702@gmail.com, nationalbankplaza702@gmail.com

Email Subject:

WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK


WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK – nationalbankplaza702@gmail.com


WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS ADDRESS: 1330 LAKE ROBBINS DR, THE WOODLAND`S, TX 77380, UNITED STATES. DEAR CUSTOMER, THE WOOD-FOREST NATIONAL BANK TEXAS CONTROLLING DEPARTMENT HAS ISSUED A SECURITY TRANSFER CODE WHICH IS (WF/200/105/22),THE AUTHENTICATION SECTION CODE OF THIS BANK CONCLUDES THE VERIFICATION OF YOUR FILE. AFTER GOING THROUGH ALL THE DOCUMENTS OF CLAIM RECEIVED BY THIS DEPARTMENT WITH JUSTIFICATION AND VERIFICATION FROM THE GLOBAL STRATEGY UNITED STATES WE ARE COMPLETELY SATISFIED AND YOU HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED. CONSIDERING THE VOLUME OF YOUR PAYMENT, IT IS RIGHT FOR US TO SEEK FOR THE APPROVAL OF SOME MONEY REGULATORY BOARDS HERE IN UNITED STATES BEFORE WE CAN CARRY OUT THE TRANSFER OF AN AMOUNT OF SUCH MAGNITUDE TO ANYBODY, OTHERWISE ANY SUCH TRANSFER WILL BE STOPPED BY THE AUTHORITIES OF WOOD-FOREST NATIONAL BANK, AND THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF), APPROVAL DOCUMENTS FROM THE CONCERNED AUTHORITIES HERE IN UNITED STATES ARE NEEDED TO AVOID STOPPAGE ONCE THE TRANSFER IS CARRIED OUT AND FOR THAT REASON, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY THE SUM OF $25 AS THIS MONEY WILL BE USED BY OUR BANK ATTORNEY TO OBTAIN ALL THE NECESSARY DOCUMENTS THAT WILL ENABLE THE FINAL TRANSFER OF YOUR FUNDS. WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK HEREBY STATES OFFICIALLY THAT THE REQUIRED PAYMENT WILL REMAIN THE ONLY AND FINAL MONETARY OBLIGATION REQUIRED FROM YOU PRIOR TO THE FINAL TRANSFER OF YOUR FUNDS, HENCE ANY FURTHER CHARGES WILL BE OUR BANK’S FULL RESPONSIBILITY TILL FINAL TRANSFER OF YOUR PAYMENT WHICH IS 7.5 MILLION IS MADE TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT. WE AWAIT YOUR URGENT RESPONSE TO OBTAIN THE REMAINING DOCUMENTS THROUGH OUR BANK ATTORNEY, KINDLY SEND THE FUNDS DIRECTLY TO OUR ATTORNEY VIA GOOGLE PLAY CARD OR STEAM WALLET GIFT CARD. GO TO ANY WALMART STORE OR CVS PHARMACY AND GET A GOOGLE PLAY CARD OF $25 ONLY SCRATCH THE AND SEND A SCAN COPY OF THE CARD BEARING THE CODES FOR CONFIRMATION. BELOW ARE THE APPROVED MEANS OF RECEIVING YOUR MONEY AND IT CHARGE RATES. YOU ARE TO CHOOSE ONE OF THE OPTIONS BELOW. (1) BANK TO BANK TRANSFER ……. CHARGE RATE: $50 (2) ATM CARD DELIVERY ……….. CHARGE RATE: $25 (3) CASHIER CHECK DELIVERY ……. CHARGE RATE: $25 NB: THIS TRANSACTION IS BEING MONITORED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT IN ORDER TO GUARDS US FOR INTERNET IMPOSTORS.YOUR DESIGNATED BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS FOR THE TRANSFER: BANK NAME AND ADDRESS….. ACCOUNT NUMBER ….. ACCOUNT NAME …… ROUTING NUMBER… SWIFT CODE…. IF AT ALL YOU DO NOT HAVE BANK ACCOUNT OR YOU DON’T WISH TO RECEIVE THIS FUND IN YOUR OWN ACCOUNT, WE CAN OPEN AN ONLINE BANK ACCOUNT ON YOUR BEHALF WITH OUR BANK AND SEND THE ONLINE BANKING DETAILS TO YOU INCLUDING THE ATM CARD AND CASHIER CHECK WHICH YOU CAN TRANSFER OUT MONEY TO ANY BANK OF YOUR CHOICE, USE THE ATM CARD TO PAY BILLS AND MAKE WITHDRAWALS IN ANY ATM MACHINE AROUND OR YOU CAN FILL UP THE CHECK AND CASH IT IN ANY BANK OF YOUR CHOICE WITH A VALID IDENTIFICATION BUT THIS PROCESS COST $25.00. THANK YOU FOR GIVING US THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE YOUR BANKING NEEDS,PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU FIND THIS EMAIL IN YOUR SPAM PLEASE NOTE THAT IS DUE TO LOW NETWORK. YOUR SINCERELY, ROBERT E. MARLING JR. CHAIRMAN, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER WOODFOREST NATIONAL BANK EMAIL: (nationalbankplaza702@gmail.com ) ROBERT E. MARLING JR. – nationalbankplaza702@gmail.com

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