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Jerry Allen - US Postal Service - upostalservice36@gmail.com

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from: US: Postal Services <mrchristensenkevin@gmail.com>
reply-to: upostalservice36@gmail.com
date: Nov 24, 2022, 9:53 AM
subject: Attention Beneficiary
mailed-by: gmail.com

UNITED STATES
POSTAL SERVICES
2635 4th St, Brooklyn.
NY 11211 United States.

Attention Beneficiary.

This is United States Postal Service Delivery Company ,The management
of this company, wishes to inform you that, we received a parcel
containing an ATM Master Card valued $5.000000 million USD with some
vital documents attached to it, for safety delivery to your home
address in your country, within the next 48 hrs as soon as we hear
back from you. This is (payment office ) I am directed to inform you
that Your payment verification and confirmations are OK.

This parcel was brought to us this morning by the ATM Card payment
office/United Nation(U.N) as your inheritance approved fund to be
delivered to your residential home address without any delay, So,
kindly reconfirm the below information, to avoid delivery of Your ATM
Master Card to a wrong hand.

Full names..
Parcel owner address.
Tel.
Gender .
Occupation.

Scan Copy of Your International Passport Or Driver's License. We will
register your package and send you the tracking numbers before we
proceed for safety delivery of your package as soon as you reconfirm
the required information for safety delivery, POST OFFICE is one of
the world's great success stories, the start-up that revolutionized
the delivery of packages and information. In the past 30 years, we've
grown up and grown into a diverse family of companies as POST OFFICE
That's bigger, stronger, better than ever. Thanks.

Waiting to read your e-mail on this Email ID Which is :
(upostalservice36@gmail.com}

Sincerely,
Mr.Jerry Allen
Email;(upostalservice36@gmail.com
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