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bear03 Posted - 21 January 2007 : 20:55:36
my client's father's will has been probated in the U.K. he tells me that before he can transfer the funds to the U.S. to my account for investment, that there is a fee $280,000.00 usdollars to be paid to the bank holding his father's estate. And the the payment is monitored by the IMF. Does this sound true. According to a friend of mine. this is all B.S. the IMF does not get involved in the fund transfer's of a probated will of a person in the U.K. and he has no oidea what this 280,000.00 fee can be either. does anyone know about what I am speaking of? thanks,
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admin Posted - 22 January 2007 : 18:41:06
Hi bearo3 .. all fraud, please see my posting

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