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from: FedEx COMPANY <>
date: Apr 5, 2021, 2:20 AM
subject: Dear


Greetings, we are hereby inform you that the ATM card was registered by Mr. Frank Edward the UBA Bank Benin Republic and you are the real sole owner of the card.

Notice: All fees has been paid but you have to send IRS clearance fee of $55.00 which your ATM CARD PARCEL accumulated since it was under the safe keeping of the OFFICIAL DEPARTMENT of this firm before we can dispatch your Cargo for delivery, bear it in mind that the IRS clearance fee is only $55.00.


Payment information to the name of the accountant personnel of this department, send the fee through (WorldRemit transfer Or Ria money transfer office).

Receiver's: Uzor Joe
Country: Benin Republic
City: Cotonou
Amount: $55.00

We are waiting for your update.

Thank you

Best regards
Mr. Reuben Abelson
Tell: +229 52734571
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