|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
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SPF: FAIL with IP 2001:e42:102:1518:160:16:85:122
I am Ken Ikebe , a branch manager with one of Uk's prime investment banks. My purpose of contacting you is about a business of classified nature.
I control a certain trade placement with my branch and have a mandate to direct and disburse its proceeds to its named group investors. Exactly twelve months ago I detailed the beneficiaries of this placement and was wise to had included a certain percentage commission to an unnamed facilitator. What I seek of you is a trustee I may name as this said facilitator and to whose account I may now instruct transfer of this commission interest, being accrued proceed from the investment placement for a period of one year and one day, amounting to (US$17.5 M) due to this unnamed facilitator. I place preference to a business account outside the UK, certified to receive such volume funds transfer. Reply me affirmatively and I shall divulge more, discuss acceptable terms with you, then commence attendance of processes towards actualization of a mutual interest.
Yours in confidence,
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