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Okeke Pascal - DHL - dhlcoservice@aol.com

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from: DHL <ghanacommercialbank406@gmail.com>
reply-to: dhlcoservice@aol.com
date: Jan 28, 2023, 4:05 AM
mailed-by: gmail.com

106104, LOGOS, NGA


This is DHL Courier Delivery Company Nigeria. The management of this
company wishes to inform you that we received a parcel which contains
an ATM Master Card valued $5million United state dollars with some
vital documents attached on it for safety delivery to your home
address in your country within the next 48hrs as soon as we hear back
from you. This is (payment office ) and I am directed to inform you
that your payment verification and confirmations is OK.

This parcel was brought to us this morning by the ATM Card payment
office, Federal Ministry of Finance (FMF) as your inheritance/scam
victim approved fund to be delivered to you without delay, So kindly
reconfirm the below information to avoid delivering your ATM Master
Card to a wrong hand.

Full names:
Parcel owner address:
A 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.

Your response is highly welcomed.

Yours in service.

Okeke Pascal
Dispatch Manager DHL Company
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