|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
Nanny/Au pair Scam
| Transfer ($30,000,000.00) without any fee |
Attention Dear Customer this is James D. Rollins Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Bancorp South Bank I wish to Bring to your notice that sequel to the difficulties you are facing in claiming your outstanding Fund and Total inheritance payment of Thirty Million United States Dollars ($30,000,000.00) the World Bank has favored you to receive this fund without paying any bank charges or any other related fees through our bank all fees has been cleared by all awarding companies
Now you are to receive this fund through our fast online banking that’s has been channeled to your email all you need to do is to our bonus link below this email and login in with your email and you will follow the procedure to transfer funds yourself without any further delay and please contact US when you has transferred fund if you are having any issue please call our hotline on (705) 702 1524
P.O. Box 4390 Tupelo, MS 38803
James D. Rollins III. your
Chairman of the Board and
Chief Executive Officer of BancorpSouth, Inc
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In the UK ...
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