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Standard Chartered Bank London
Address: #.1 Basinghall Ave,
London EC2V 5DD, United Kingdom
Wire Transfer Department.
Attn. Mr. Karthick,
We will reschedule the coming of our representative to your country on your indication of a convenient time for his coming and also your readiness in meeting up with the F.I.R Certificate requirement charge which is required by the Reserve Bank of India.
You are required to obtain THE FOREIGN INWARD REMITTANCE CERTIFICATE (F.I.R CERTIFICATE) before your transfer can be approved from the Reserve Bank of India; Hence, the amount for the FIR Certificate cannot be removed from the fund as the whole amount is coming into your personal bank account as provided by you. Until you got this fund, no one has access or permission to withdraw from the fund.
This certificate is the requirement of R.B.I Bank India, is required by the India Government for every international fund. We have been informed that the Certificate will cost you Rs 25, 000/- India Rupees, (Twenty Five Thousand Indian Rupees). So, you will be required to pay Rs 25, 000/- India Rupees upon the arrival of our representative in your country for the FIR Certificate before your Fund can be approve for transfer. We have noted your personal information and your account details has been updated with the Reserve Bank of India data base for transfer.
We are send Our bank representative Mr. Phillip Williams to India upon the receipt of your confirmation of this mail and your readiness toward the payment for completion of your fund transfer.
We have concluded with Mrs. Muna's advocate; (Barr. Matt Lawrence) who had provided us with all necessary documents as applicable and had made an agreement on the proceedure for your fund transfer. We have agreed that you should provide this amount as part of your commitiment towards this whole process.
We are ready to continue with your transaction.
Dr. Johnson Raymond,
Standard Chartered Bank London,
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