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from: Mr. John Clark <>
date: Apr 5, 2020, 12:40 AM
subject: Attention


With all due respect I advice you to contact A1 International Courier
service to empower them dispatch your parcel that contents your ATM Card, please you need to reconfirm your receiving address once again to them to avoid any mistake.

My friend this is on going compensation from all Africa countries to compensate all scam victim in the world, We the Africa Union has map out the sum of $250,000.000.00 United states dollars to compensate each and everyone that has been a victim of scam, which the AU president the person of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has order us to give out the sum of $1,000.000.00usd to each of the scam victim.

Contact Person:Jerry Hugo

Meanwhile please you should know that you are still have option to fly over here in Burkina Faso to claim your fund in raw cash to do the
transfer by your self direct to your foreign bank account.

Moreover if this option is still okay by you kindly send across a scan
copy of your passport to empower send to you an invitation letter to
enable you apply for your visa.

Finally kindly let us know your suggestion regarding this new development

Am looking to hear from you ASAP
Yours faithful
Mr. John Clark
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