I have the honour to come very respectfully by this email to complaint against this company: Liquidation Asset Trust Fund, spuistraat 47 B, 1012 ST Amsterdam Netherlands telefon: +3120 708 4113fax: +3120 638 3429 which coordinates are in the attached file too!this company confirmed me as a beneficiary with no mistake! The attached file is one the many confirmations with different dates with the same announcements that I am a beneficiary of US$15,000,000.00 money prize, promising me to get my cheque of winnings as shown on the certified copy, issued and delivered directly to my home address, but until now I have received nothing!
I am contacting you today (CVRIA) as well as other lawyers to deal with you and to have your guidance because I do not know the Netherlands laws in this field for that I am contacting many lawyers, so as to have your directions in an official lawsuit and pursuit for a material and moral compensation due to the false statements and winning notifications as I am a victim and I have suffered morally from these lies by taking legal procedures against this company and this request is a part the global human rights ever protected as well as I am requesting compensation for material and moral damages.
I make you know that I have the original letters sent to me and I can send them via ordinary mail.
Please do reply me as soon as possible!
Email: [email address]
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