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from: Mrs Nancie Diane <>
date: Jan 14, 2021, 1:39 AM
subject: Dear Beneficiary


Dear Beneficiary

This is to let you know that we have received an instruction from the
United Nation by orders of the Ministry of Finance, Republic of Benin
to release your Approved payment of US$100 Million Dollars via ATM
cash Card which you will use to withdraw your US$100 Million Dollars
from any ATM Machine in any part of the world.

I must thank you and assure you that ATM Card number
40661730360290712; has been approved and upgraded in your favor today.
The amount upgraded in the ATM CARD is US$100 Million Dollars and your
secret pin number is 8081, Right now, Invitation have been extended to
you to visit ZENITH BANK PLC Benin Republic for collection of your ATM
cash Card and PIN NUMBER so that you can activate it by yourself and
start withdrawing funds from any ATM Machine in your country but the
amount you can withdraw in a day is $80,000 dollars per day as we have
programmed it.

Alternatively, if you are unable to visit ZENITH BANK PLC Republic of
Benin for collection of this your ATM cash Card and PIN NUMBER, you
must therefore apply for the ATM cash Card and PIN NUMBER to be sent
to you via our diplomatic courier service at your own expenses
by-offsetting the following payments such as; (1) Shipment fee of the
ATM cash Card to your address amounting to US$50.00 (2) Insurance
Coverage of the ATM cash Card amounting to USDS$50.00.

Both payments is the sum of US$50.00 must be paid to enable us ship
the ATM cash Card to your address to enable you start withdrawing your
US$100 Million Dollars from any ATM machine in any part of the world.
This ATM cash Card must be insured so that it can get to you without
any problem and diversion. This is because this ATM cash Card that can
be use to withdraw funds from any ATM Machine in every part of the

Package Contents: ATM card,Certificate and Security Documents.

Weight of Original Certificate: 1.13kg
Weight of ATM CARD: 0.6g
Total weight of Parcel: 0.18g
Total Net weight of Parcel: 0.20g
Colour of Parcel: brown
Parcel Packaging: Bonded

So, if you cannot come to ZENITH BANK PLC of Republic of Benin for
collection of your ATM cash Card, you must therefore kindly go right
now To western union or money gram and send this shipment and
insurance fee of US$50.00 via Ria Money transfer or world remit or I
Tunes card or steam wallet with the details below And write your MTCN
number down and your sender name below down the details

Receiver's Name. ALEXA MATA
Country. Benin Republic
City. Cotonou
Text Question. WHEN?
Text Answer. .NOW
Amount $50.00
Sender. .
As soon as the fee is received, we shall immediately dispatch the ATM
cash Card to you and it will take only 2 days to arrive to your
address to enable you start withdrawing funds that same day from any
ATM machine nearest to you.

Thanks for your understanding and we are waiting for your quick reply
and the payment information.


Mrs Nancie Diane
Foreign Contract Payments
Call:+ 1 (508)242-1253
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