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STANDARD CHARTERED BANK LONDON, FINAL DETAILS FOR FUND TRANSFER.



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From: "Standdard Chartered" <standardchaterd_bank@accountant.com>
Date: 15 Jan 2018 6:41 p.m.
Subject: STANDARD CHARTERED BANK LONDON, FINAL DETAILS FOR FUND TRANSFER.
To: "Vimal Mahida" <xxxxx@gmail.com>
Cc:

Standard Chartered Bank
1 Basing hall Avenue, London EC2V 5DD, United Kingdom
International Transfer Department
Phone Number: +44-751-0098-644
Office Email: standardchaterd_bank@accountant.com
 
Attn: Vimalkumar S. Mahida,
 
Welcome to Standard Chartered Bank United Kingdom, We write to bring to your knowledge that your inheritance funds of Three Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars ($3,700,000.00 USD) was transferred to your provide bank account. We have tried to effect transfer directly to your Bank Account this morning But your funds could not be credited in your Provided Bank account. The reason is that your Bank account is not an international Domiciliary account, since your bank account is not a international Domicilliary account, your funds could not be transferred to your bank account without been converted to your local currency. Your inheritance funds of Three Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars ($3,700,000.00 USD) has to be converted into your local currency before transfer into your local bank account can commence. Your inheritance funds of Three Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars ($3,700,000.00 USD) has been transferred to your bank account but the funds is on Hold by The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) pending till you obtain the International Certificate of approval from International Monetary Fund (IMF) office in New Delhi, India. We have been assured and Guarantee by The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) that as soon as the International Certificate of approval is obtain and a Notification letter is received from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) office in New Delhi, India, your Three Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars ($3,700,000.00 USD) will be credited in your Bank account within 24 working hours.
 
The board of directors of Standard Chartered Bank United Kingdom has instructed us to abide by the Rules and regulations of The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which is India's central banking institution, that controls the monetary policy of the Indian rupees so the Three Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars ($3,700,000.00 USD) will be converted into Indian Rupees and transfer to your bank account.
 
We have made contact with The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and they request that the beneficiary should obtain a International Certificate of approval from International Monetary Fund (IMF) office in New Delhi, India as proof of Funds Source. The International Certificate of approval will serve as a legal purpose which prove that the Three Million Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars ($3,700,000.00 USD) is not an illegal funds or drug Money and will enable The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) convert your funds to your Local currency and transfer to your bank account. We also contacted the International Monetary Fund (IMF) office in New Delhi, India to find out the procees of getting the International Certificate of approval and they informed us that to obtain the International Certificate of approval from International Monetary Fund (IMF) office in New Delhi, India for successful transfer of your funds to your bank account will cost you the Total Sum of Rs. 35,250.00 INR.
 
We have assign Our special representative that will be making a trip to your country with all the legal documents which cover you as the next of kin to Mrs. Hannah Samuel. The assign special representative name is Mr. John Philip with Email: johnphilipnice@gmail.com will call you on phone upon his arrival in India to let you know the procedures on getting the International Certificate of approval that will make the transfer of $3,700,000.00 USD successful before proceeding to Reserve Bank of India to make sure the $3,700,000.00 USD is converted into Rupees and transfer to your bank account which you have provided to us.
This Evening Our special representative (Mr. John Philip) will Depart Uk, To Arrive in India Capital City New Delhi on 16/01/2018 Being Tuesday around 9:30am or 10am immediately he arrive firstly, he will go to I.M.F office to obtain the International Certificate of approval on your Name according to Indian Government law which we need to abide. They said the International Certificate of approval charges is Rs. 35,250.00 INR India currency and we advise you to make arrangement of the required charges of Rs. 35,250.00 INR India currency to enable Mr. John Philip coming from U.K easily obtain the International Certificate of approval from IMF office in India. after obtaining the International Certificate of approval in your Name, then he will go to Reserve Bank of India for the final transfer of $3,700,000.00 USD to your bank account. After the successful transfer to your Bank account he will start coming to your home town with the address you have provided to us to meet you in person for our good record keeping.
Bear in mind to avoid any delay because now the funds is in your country, it has been transfer to your bank account but presently in a suspense account with The Reserve Bank of India (RBI). You have to act fast to obtain a International Certificate of approval to avoid funds diversion. You are to keep all information away from the general public, This is important as a case of double claims will not be entertained and could lead to cancellation.
Check attached file for transfer slip and Send your Contact details to Mr. John Philip with this Email: johnphilipnice@gmail.com
Thanks Your For Understanding For Helping The Poor Ones Around You..

Mr. Bill Winters
Group Chief Executive,
Standard Chartered Bank,
United Kingdom.
 
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