Dept Of Revenue Service Londonscam

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This company does not give where the fund is coming from and would be scamming for fees.
Saturday, December 6, 2008 9:18 PM
"Inland Revenue Office" <citizens.fin.[protected]>
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From: Dr. David Smith
Director (Payment Approval)
Office of the Treasury –
Inland Revenue Tax Office
London Head Quarters,
United Kingdom
The Treasury office of the Department of Revenue Service London here in the United Kingdom, has investigated your fund which has been on transfer process for some period of time.

During the second quarter of the general Financial Auditing in the HM Treasury, the office of the auditing and fund recovery unit has recovered your fund to the tune of GBPЈ2, 000, 000.00, which was to be paid to you through bank-to-bank transfer to your bank account.
After the auditing, the HM Treasury decides that all recovered and returned fund should be paid to their various beneficiaries within 21 days starting from today. This decision was taking by the Board of the auditors and the External Affairs in the Department of Revenue Service London (Office of the Treasury), and at present your fund is in the escrow account of the Barclays Bank Plc London.
It has been understood by our investigation team, that this fund was acquired by you as a result of the initial inheritance of fund, which an agent in London was supposed to remit the fund into your bank account in your country some time ago, although you have not received the fund due to the fact that the Revenue Service Department and some other finance entities requested for some payment, including the Inland Revenue Tax.

The Department of Revenue Service London has signed the released of your fund, and it has also decided that your fund should be paid out to you without any further delay. For your full identification and completion of your payment, you are hereby advised to send to our agent (Citizens Finance Corp London), your full information as stated below:
Note that the Department of Revenue Service London has ordered and assigned our accredited agent (Citizens Finance Corp London) to carry out your payment, therefore you should urgently contact them on the following details;
Contact Person: Mr. James Burnham
Company: Citizens Finance Corp London
Position: Public Affairs Director
Contact No : [protected]
Fax : [protected]
Email :citizens.fin.[protected]

Please contact the above person on phone urgently [protected] and request them to give you more information on the means which you will receive your fund.

As soon as our agent (Citizens Finance Corp London) has confirmed to us that you have contacted them, the Department of Revenue Service London will proceed to hand over your fund to (Citizens Finance Corp London) and request them to commence your payment with immediate effect.
Waiting for your reply for further proceedings.


Dr. David Smith
Director of Treasury
Inland Revenue Tax Office
United Kingdom


  • Ab
    Abayomi May 16, 2009

    My funds is coming from bank of america and was deposited in HSBC bank holding escrow account.

    I want the immediate release of the fund .

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  • Ab
    Abayomi May 16, 2009

    I disagree because there are many money deposited in many banks like that but some of the government officials will refused to release the money to the rightful owner.

    I have money like this with the HSBC bank and I am sure of it and I received a message like this but still expecting the money to be released.

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