The "National Remittance Bank USA Unclaimed Fund Notification" Scam

Online users who have received email or SMS text messages like the one below, which claim they have abandoned their refund are asked not to follow the instructions in the messages. This is because the fake messages are being sent by online scammers to trick potential victims into sending them their personal information and subsequently asking them to send money in order to receive their so-called funds. If the money is sent, the scammers will take it and disappear and the victims will not get the funds or money they were promised.

The National Remittance Bank USA Unclaimed Fund Notification Scam

The "National Remittance Bank USA Unclaimed Fund Notification" Scam

From: William Coester

Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2018 2:43 PM

Subject: (Re: Unclaimed Fund Notification)




Tel: (339) 333-0385.

(Re: Unclaimed Fund Notification)

I wish to bring to your notice that your payment file was brought to my desk yesterday, I am attorney William Coester, one of National Remittance Bank USA renowned attorney's. I will appreciate if you let me know your reasons for abandoning your fund as i have tried to reach all beneficiaries whose file was dropped but all to no avail, so i had to go for search through the bank database file to ensure that every beneficiaries outstanding fund is paid to within the next one week.

I will advise you to reply today with below information to reconfirm your information in processing release of your fund which has been delayed for too long.

[1] Full Names:

[2] Contact address

[3] Direct Telephone No:

[4] Occupation:

[5] Valid identification:

I am looking forward to your prompt response in this regard.

Alternatively, you can reach me on email:


William CoesterEsq.

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  • September 5, 2021 at 4:03 PM by an anonymous user from: Fresno, California, United States

    This is Scam email address National Remittance Bank

    Address: 253 Franklin St, Boston

    02110 MA,

    United States of America.



    30th August, 2021.

  • June 9, 2019 at 8:24 PM by an anonymous user from: Littleton, Colorado, United States

    How can these Monster's get away with robbing people of their Hard Earned Money and you report it but still no actions.

  • June 9, 2019 at 8:21 PM by an anonymous user from: Littleton, Colorado, United States

    The Person that is listed . As " Coester" Claims to be An Attorney for the ;

    National Remittance Bank in Boston, Mass. USA

    The person using the Phone # 1-339-333-0385 IS: "GEORGE HAGENBUCH" Scam artist

  • May 2, 2019 at 3:31 PM by an anonymous user from: Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

    Definitely a fraudulent man. He is a liar and I called the bank to inform them that he is continuing to use this but now under a new way. He says that I have been trying to contact you in relation to money being held on my behalf. I put this to him and he flipped it . Said he is too busy to deal with "my bull c**p"

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The "National Remittance Bank USA Unclaimed Fund Notification" Scam