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#358087 by AlanJones Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:47 am
From: xmjiuu gbvnvj - [email protected]
Tel. No.: +22996693172

This is to officially inform you that we have written to you before without getting respond from you and we believe that our previous mail did not get to you therefore we write you again. We are contacting you concerning the release of your inheritance fund / Draft /Cheque /ATM Card which have been delayed for transfer by some officials who claim to be in position of your fund thereby extorting money from you in one way or the other.Your Fund has finally been approved for transfer by the West Africa Fund Monitoring Unit. Your fund will be transfer to you via Atm Card which is cash-able in any ATM machine or Bank anywhere in the world. We hereby inform you that the ATM card worth $1.5 MILLION US dollars has been credited in your favor as the first part payment of your inheritance fund which has been delayed by these officers who claim to be in position of your fund. Therefore you are warned to stop any further communication with anybody concerning your inheritance fund. Your fund to be released via Atm Card in act to uphold the rule of law which we represent.You have to reconfirm the information below for security reasons. And also be informed that delivery agent will leave this country as soon as you comply with (Courier)Company requirement Send them the following information of yours for the conclusion of your ATM Card: FedEx manager, Mr.Patrick Williams, Phone:+229-96693172 Email: [email protected] 1. YOUR FULL NAMES: 2. Delivery Address: 3 PHONE NUMBER: 4. CELL NUMBERS: 5.SEX: 7. AGE: 8.OCCUPATION: 9.COUNTRY: 10.CITY: 11. COPY OF UR PASSPORT OR ID. Therefore you have to stop contacting anybody or offices regards the check draft since I have authorized the bank to issue you an ATM CARD so that you can withdraw your funds to avoid any further problem.contact him once you received this email. Take a look around.

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