Our Ref: HF /HLF/CTB Your Ref.......
I wish to inform you on behalf of the Heritage Lottery Fund, UK with
authority given in conjunction with the "Unclaimed Assets Scheme" (which
introduced by the Gordon Brown administration in affiliation with banks
and building societies, passed through the House of Lords and was
introduced in the House of Commons on 27 February 2008) of your assets.
The "Unclaimed Assets Scheme" is monitored by the HM Treasury and its
primary provision is to protect the right of individuals to reclaim your
unclaimed lottery funds which are in dormant bank accounts. On going
through the files, we discovered that your file was dumped suspended as a
result of you being unable to complete your claims process. To this
effect, you are to receive the sum of £550,000.00; contact the Treasury
Unit (Mr. Kelvin Gerald) immediately to confirm and receive this sum
awarded to you.
We also want to apologize for the delay of your payment and please stop
communicating with any office or individuals prior to this new development
forthwith. Your attention should be focused to the appointed office whose
details appear below for you to receive your funds.
However, your new payment particulars are as follows:
- Payment Reference No.-35460021
- Allocation No: 674632
- Password No: 339331
- Pin Code No: 55674
- Certificate of Merit Payment No: 103
- Release Code No: 0763
- Immediate Telex Confirmation No: -1114433
- Secret Code No: XXTN013.
Having received these vital payment numbers, you are now qualified to
receive your funds immediately within 24hrs.
You are directed to contact the Office of the Paymaster General; Mr. Kevin
Gerald immediately. This is to avoid mistake while transferring your
overdue payment to you today.
Contact Person: Mr. Kelvin Gerald
Phone: +44 7024-043-666
Contact him now and inform him that you received an email from the
resolution panel, instructing you to call him for immediate release of
your funds and forward your details to his office to avoid transfer
Rt Hon Alistair Darling MP
Chancellor of the Exchequer