Important Notice - Incoming Money Transfer
Allegedly from: Jeri.Britton
Don't open the attachments, they contain viruses.
An Incoming Money Transfer has been received by your financial institution for yoursite.com. In order for the funds to be remitted on the correct account please complete the "A136 Incoming Money Transfer Form".
Fax a copy of the completed "A136 Incoming Money Transfer Form" to +1 800 722 3955.
To avoid delays or additional fees please be sure the Beneficiary Information including name, branch name, address, city, state, country, and Routing Number (ABA Number) or SWIFT BIC Code is correct. For international Wires be sure you include the International Routing Code (IRC) and International Bank Account Number (IBAN) for countries that require it.
Senior Officer Level III
Cash Management Verification
Phone : 795-359-9656
CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This electronic mail transmission and any attached files contain information intended for the exclusive use of the individual or entity to whom it is addressed and may contain information belonging to the sender (Fiserv, Inc.) that is proprietary, privileged, confidential and/or protected from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any viewing, copying, disclosure or distributions of this electronic message are violations of federal law. Please notify the sender, by email or telephone (800 722 2424), of any unintended recipients and delete the original message without making any copies.
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