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The Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc. reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on Jul 22, 2010. The latest review money was posted on Jul 22, 2010. The Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc. has an average consumer rating of 1 stars from 1 reviews. The Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc. has resolved 0 complaints.

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From:- Mr. Tunde Lemo ( We await to hear from you soon)...(CBN/0098)‏
From: MR TUNDE LEMO ([protected]
Sent: Thu 7/22/10 5:17 PM
To: [protected]


Thanks for your mail. You are not ask to make any payment for any charges as the fund required from you is for the activation of your inheritance fund account, since you know the inheritance fund account has dominant which it’s need to be activation by you depositing the stated amount through the financial secretary via Western Union Money Transfer or Money Gram then the account can be activated for the transfer of your inheritance funs into account presented to us by you.

You should have in mind that you are not paying for charges as the Federal Government of Nigeria has told the management not to required fee for transfer charges of your inheritance fund to you. It will be implicating to our management when you said you are requested to make the payment for the transfer charges of your fund which you are not ask by anyone to make the transfer charges for your inheritance fund. The only amount required from you which I know off, is you depositing some amount of $850 into your inheritance fund account for activation of your inheritance which will be transfer along with your inheritance fund during the process of transferring your fund to you, so i think by now you should understand that you are not require to make the payment for your inheritance fund account.

It‘s should be understood by you that you will not be depositing any other money after the activation fee requested by the management which will be credited along with your inheritance fund during the process of transferring your fund to you. The main why you have to deposit this amount is that your inheritance fund account is because your inheritance fund account has been dormant account as it has not be operated by the owner or next of kin for some years ago. The activation fee required cannot be deduct from your inheritance fund account because no financial activities can take place on your inheritance fund account since it dormant account.These are banking protocols which you need to comply with the bank protocols, if truly you want to claim what belong to you. Ask your bank what is dormant account and how it’s can be activated by the owner or (Next Kin) beneficiary. After the banking lecture will know why you have to deposit the $850.

Note: You will be receiving the sum of $10, 000, 850.00 which will be transfer into your account presented to us.

We await your prompt response.

Best Regards
Mr. Tunde Lemo
Director of Remittance Department


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