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Santoshkumarsethy

please let me know its true or fake email..??????

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Santoshkumarsethy

Hello,

Customer services,

THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA

ELECTRONIC TRANSFER DEPT, 6, SANSAD MARG, JANPATH, H.O. 110001-NEW DELHI

 

Our ref: Cub/Hog/Oxd1/2013.

Payment file: RBI/id1033/2013/2014/2015

 

 

RESERVE BANK OF INDIA OFFICIAL PAYMENT NOTIFICATION

Dear Beneficiary:

 

The Foreign Exchange Transfer Department (RBI) hereby brings to your attention the payment of your deposited fund here in the RBI. You were listed as a beneficiary in the recent schedule for payment of the past edition email award incurred by the BRITISH GOVERNMENT, which is yet unclaimed due to some circumstance according to your file record.

 

Your payment is categorized as: Contract type: Lottery/inheritance/ Undelivered Lottery fund/

Recently on the 14 of July 2014 The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, Dr Raghuram G. Rajan and Ban Kin-moon Secretary-General of the United Nations met with the Senate Tax Committee on Finance RBI Mumbai/Delhi branch regarding unclaimed funds which have been due for a long run. At the end of the meeting (RBI) Governor, Dr Raghuram G.Rajan mandated all unclaimed funds to be released back to the beneficiaries stating that it is an unfair practice to withhold funds in government coffers for one reason or the other. e.g., tax accumulations.

 

Therefore, we are writing this email to inform you that (4CROER 99LAKHS IN INDIA) will be released to you in your name, as it was

Committed by (RBI) Governor that the Beneficiary is required to pay for crediting fees claim this funds immediately (5 working days) on receiving this mail. The assigned transfer department doesn’t have any right to DEDUCT from your fund because it’s made to reach your account in complete Value. Also reconfirm your details for crediting. Fill the form below and send it immediately and you have to pay for crediting fees. Please, get back to us immediately so that we can make the transfer a success by the end of today.

Your urgent response is highly needed for further action.

NOTE: fact that we do not Bank Publicly others Bank will be assigned to receive Payment from you.

 

Email: {transfer.rbi@accountant.com} Verification for prompt collection of your fund.

Fill The Form Below:

FULL NAME: ------------------------- -- ADDRESS: -------------------------- ----------

GENDER: -------------------------- ---------- AGE: ---------------------- ----------

ZIP/POSTAL CODE: ------------------------ STATE/PROVINCE: --------------- ---------

PHONE: ------------------------ ---------- OCCUPATION/POSITION: ---------- -----------

BANK NAME: --------------------- -------ACCOUNT NAME…

ACCOUNT NUMBER……..

SWIFT CODE………………BRANCH…SCANS COPY OF YOUR VALID ID PROOF…….

Make sure you send this details to this Email {transfer.rbi@accountant.com} for the

Release of your fund

 

Email: transfer.rbi@accountant.com

Dr. John Ken is the assigned British Agent (foreigner) to monitor the transfer upon crediting of your account.

Every document including certificate of funds or company brochure will be couriered to your home address immediately after your transfer. This Bank management will proceed after your swift response to this mail for security proposes in your best interest without delay. Your urgent response is highly anticipated.

 

The management

DR RAGHURAM G.RAJAN

RBI GOVERNOR.

The information contained in this e-mail and any attachments there to ("e-mail") is sent by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and is intended to be confidential and for the use of only the individual or entity named above. The information may be protected by federal and state privacy and disclosures act or other legal rules. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, you are notified that retention, dissemination, distribution or copying of this e-mail is strictly prohibited by federal and state privacy.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

This is a fake message for cheating purpose.

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Prasad GLN

Report this through e mail to RBI, Cyber crime Police and your local Police and ask them to investigate and save innocent and greedy victims.

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karira

Thread moved to Non RTI issues section and closed.

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