David Mark - UBA Bank - davidmarkinfo1@gmail.com

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David Mark - UBA Bank - davidmarkinfo1@gmail.com

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from: David Mark <davidmarkinfo1@gmail.com>
date: Oct 11, 2020, 6:17 PM
subject: Re:
mailed-by: gmail.com

Good Day:
I am Mr. David Mark, I was directed by IMF in collaboration with UBA
Bank to pay the sum of $9,700.000.00 to you as
a compensation fund due to many funds transaction you were engaged in
the past and spent your hard earn money,
efforts and finally did not receive the fund.

All Payment transactions will be concluded according to the agreement,
so its your responsibility to choose any
Payment option you would like to receive your fund and you will
receive your Payment through below 4 PAYMENT OPTIONS:

OPTION (1): Raising Bank ATM (Automated Teller Machine) Swift Visa Card to you.
OPTION (2): Payment through Online Banking System on your Mobile device.
OPTION (3): Bank to Bank Wire Transfer.
OPTION (4): Diplomatic Government’s Consignments Box cash delivery.

I look forward to receive your urgent response.
Text Or call me Phone number: +1-(786) 490-4681
Email: davidmarkinfo1@gmail.com
WhatsApp Only: +358-41-3658275

Also reconfirm your information below:
Your Full Names......
Your Current Address.....
Your Direct Telephone Numbers.....

Accept our congratulations in advance.
Regards:
Mr. David Mark
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