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#400914 by Troy Platt Wed Nov 27, 2019 8:57 am
From: Justin George Muzinich <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2019 13:05:05 +0000
Subject: We Have Been Notified About You



Dear Beneficiary,

I am Justin Muzinich, Deputy Secretary US Department of the Treasury. You can get more details here.

https://home.treasury.gov/about/general ... n-muzinich

I have been tasked with the responsibility of liaising with Beneficiaries regarding all previously unpaid/unclaimed funds and be sure all such funds are paid before the end of this fiscal year 2019.

A directive has been issued to us to settle all outstanding payments accrued to individuals with respect to Local and Overseas Contract Payment, Debt re-scheduling and Outstanding Compensation Payment. We have been notified that you are yet to receive your fund.

Fortunately you have been selected alongside a few other Beneficiaries to receive a flat rate payment of $500,000 (Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars only). This money will be transferred to your nominated Bank Account.

You are advised to kindly reply this Email with the below details enclosed to help us process your Payment Voucher;

(1) Full Names:

(2) Residential Address:

(3) Date of Birth:

(4) Phone/Cell Number:

(5) Occupation:

Yours faithfully,

Justin Muzinich,

Deputy Secretary of the Treasury

(US Department of the Treasury)

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#417262 by AlanJones Mon Sep 14, 2020 11:44 pm
From: Mrs. Judith Larry - [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
Subject: Director Swift ATM Credit Card
Tel. No.: +22969461517

ATTN BENEFICIARY

My name is Senator Joseph Sanusi I am the Ex-Director of Central bank
and manager of ATM Card department in Central Bank of African,i,am
here to inform you that a Woman came to our office this morning her
name is Mrs Helen Morris she told us that she is your sister and also
told us that you are involve in a fatal accident on 13th of April.2020


Mrs,Helen made us to know that you die in a car accident on your
way going to work and before your death you told her that you have an
ATM CARD worth of $100,000 Hundred Thousand dollars Compensation which the

experiences to delivery it will cost only$50 .USD to receive the ATM
CARD worth of $100,000 USD and she came here with the $50 USD dollars for the release fee of the ATM card to collect it on your behalf as she said
that she is your next of kin left in the car.

If real you are dead may your soul rest in perfect peace AMEN, but if
you are alive please due call +229 69461517 or get back to us by
email with the $50 dollars being the release fee of the ATM CARD
today okay, If I didn't hear from you within 24hrs with the release fee
then we will go ahead with her and release the ATM
card of $100,00 USD to Mrs, Helen and hand the ATM card
over to her.

Go ahead and get iTunes card or Steam card $50 send the copy

ATM card number is 4577 9323 7434 9479
Pin code number is 6367
Web pass code number is 4399


Your Receiver Name …..
Your Receiver Country …..
Your Receiver tell phone ...............
Your Receiver # another email address.......................
Do have urgent and immediately respond
may you soul rest in peace (AMEN)

Yours Faithfully Senator Joseph Sanusi
CENTRAL BANK DIRECTOR & ATM CARD
DEPARTMENT.
E-mail:: [email protected]
Phone Number +229-69461517
Director Swift ATM Credit Card

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