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#388421 by Troy Platt Wed Jun 12, 2019 7:53 am
Reply-To: [email protected]
From: british highcommission <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2019 10:15:20 +0100
Subject: FROM BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE


Good Day,

We had been receiving fraudulent report against you and other foreign
beneficiaries and therefore the British High Commission has go against
crimes and we are here to tender apology to you as this issue was
solve during our briefing meeting with United Nations Security
Council.

Therefore after the meeting with UN Security Council we have decided
to reward you with $1.2 Million USD via ATM Visa Card which will be
release to you through courier service however be advise to provide
your full delivery address and your valid ID Passport or Driver's
License

Consequently through our inquiries we confirmed that $86.00 USD fee is
compulsory for the shipment thus below is the instruction for you to
remit the fee via Money Gram or Ria Money Transfer:

Receiver Name: Gabriel Ikeli
Country: REPUBLIC OF BENIN
City: COTONOU
Amount: $86. USD

We urge you to comply once you receive this message so that your funds
will be release unfailingly Tuesday 11th June please make sure you
remit the mandatory fee today / tomorrow and email us the fee details.

Follow our above explanation the only fee you are required to send is
$86 USD which is to cover the FedEx Courier delivering expenses and
nothing more is requires . I am waiting for your early reply.

Yours Sincerely
Mr. Toby Fisher Jr
British High Commission Special Representative

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