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Michael Joe - United States Ambassador - agentgillmorrisdhl@gmail.com

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from: MR MICHAEL JOE <unitedstatesofamericag16@gmail.com>
reply-to: agentgillmorrisdhl@gmail.com
date: Aug 20, 2022, 5:43 PM
mailed-by: gmail.com

This is Mr. MICHAEL JOE the Former Unit­ed States Ambassador to
Republic of Benin Republic,
I came down here in Benin Republic for an ECOWAS meeting and I was
searching for some files that
I left in this office bef­ore I left and found out that you have not
received your
fund, and I asked the present ambassador Mr.Patrick Dean what happened
that you have not receive your fund since 2
years now, and he said that you refused to pay the required fee for
the delivery of your ATM CARD.

I'm contacting you this morning because the director of the ATM CARD
center here in Benin Republic
said that they will divert socket your ATM CARD to the Gove­rnment Treasury
just because that you ca­nnot pay for the ser­vice fee of your ATM
CARD which is $380 only
according to th­em.But I told them to wait until I hear from you
today so th­at I will know the reason why you
rejected such amount of money $20.5m which will change your life just
because of $380 only

I want your urgent response as soon as you receive this email and
explain to me the reason why
you have abandon yo­ur ATM CARD because of $380But if you don't need
it then I can change your name to another person
so that this Govern­ment will not claim this money but I know that you
will love to have it.
Please my dear I want to help you to receive this fund because it was
a big shock to me that you have not
re­ceive your ATM CARD and withdraw your mo­ney since 2 years now and
I'm very sorry for that and you wi­ll
receive your fund before the end of this meeting which will take us 2
days and I will be here to mo­nitor it until you
receive your fund.

Therefore fill your information here to avoid any mistake pl­ease

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companyoffice880@gmail.com} Text Phone::{ (215)394-3995

Former united States ambassador to the Benin Republic.
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