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Bank of Ghana Re: Debt Reconciliation Alert

Published / by Dave McDave / 2 Comments on Bank of Ghana Re: Debt Reconciliation Alert

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From: Bank of Ghana <>
Reply: Bank of Ghana <>
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2018 15:23:53 +0000 (UTC)
Subject: Re: Debt Reconciliation Alert

The Debt Reconciliation UnitBank of GhanaRegistered in Ghana.Registered No: 1026167Office:1 Thorpe Road2671Accra 4386, Accra Ghana.
Our Ref: BOG/FCU/GH/14-18Your Ref:
Dear Sir,
Re: Debt Reconciliation Notification

This is to notify you that the presidency has ordered the Debt Reconciliation Unit of the Bank of Ghana to release pay roll for all abandoned funds in Ghana Banks. Haven completed the task, the government enrolled 25 beneficiaries in a debt reconciliation program which was organized by the presidency to help pay off such existing funds in the treasury which appeared as outstanding debts to the government and the amounts of $1,000,000.00 USD was approved to you for debt reconciliationand the payment will commence as soon as we complete this verification from you as you are requested to respond to this message by reconfirming your name, address and contact phone number to enable us refer you to the bank assign to carry out the fund release to you from our escrow account.
Yours Sincerely,Mrs. Angela Kosi.Bank of Ghana


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