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Natwest Bank / to MSN WINDOWS Live Award Centre

1 41 LOTHBURY, LONDON ec2p2bp,united kingdomLONDON, England, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: .:+44 704 577 9186 +44 703 190 9704

NATWEST BANK, Mr.Nick dowler head of banking operation
in Natwest bank
Mrs. Alice Vincent works in natwest bank


Tel.: +[protected]

Monday-Friday: 9.00 Am - 5.00 Pm
Saturday: 9.00 Am -2.00 Pm

Our Ref.: NB830/99/LBC
You Ref..: AW021/11/NRC

Dear Winner,

Compliment of the day!

Be informed that you are required to open a non resident account
before your funds/winnings can be transfered to your local bank account,
this is due to the fact that your won prize is currently in a dormant
account and an account must be activated in your name with this bank.

Find the non-resident account setup/verification form link below:

You are therefore advised to click on the above weblink and fill the account
opening form and submit immediately and upon the receipt of the required
information on our bank central database, we shall immediately give you the
account type and required activation fees attached to the non resident account
and you will indicate the account type that will be suitable for you to activate
with this bank for onward transfer of your lottery award to your local bank
account or any bank account of your choice around the globe.

Thanks for banking with us

Yours Sincerely,

Mr.Nick Dowler
Head of Banking Operations
Natwest Bank
London, united Kingdom.

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  • Ja
      30th of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes
    natwest bank - daylight robbery
    national westminster (NatWest)
    United Kingdom

    i am astudent and have very little income. i do have standing orders for which i try to insure the correct money is in the account for. however i have recently had an incident where the company who i have a standing order with withdrew the money before the date they stated it would leave my accout. i there fore became overdrawn with no over draft. it was only like 10p so i put the money in and thought that was that.
    no i then recieved (with no formal writen warning) a £20 'fine' for going over drawn. but this made me go overdrawn again. and you guessed it the following month i recieved (again with no notification) another £20 'fine'. so in total i have been fined £40 for going 10p over, which if you have no income is a hell of alot of money.

    they then sent me a letter advising me to get an overdraft limit, which i did. so i now have a £50 overdraft.

    i have now found that i am missing £49 out of my account for which i can offer no explination. i have tried to contact the help line with they claim is there when ever you need it. ha ok so it was like midnight but still i needed them and they werent there.

    i feel that this company is out to get people with low incomes (and its not just Natwest) its most banks. clearly if you have to go into your overdraft you have money issues so giving such a huge 'fine' is unfair. it only pushes the poorer into a despreate situation.

    i think that the banks should feel ashamed of themselfs.

  • Ti
      8th of Nov, 2011
    0 Votes

    I have received several emails from Nick and he told that i have inherited the funds of the late Mr Genji and he wanted me to open a non resident account and pay an opening fee of 6000 GBP

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