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David I McKay - Royal Bank Of Canada - mmrdavidmckay@gmail.com

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from: David McKay <estheriheanacho89@gmail.com>
reply-to: mmrdavidmckay@gmail.com
date: Nov 18, 2023, 11:35 AM
subject: $12,000,000,000.00 USD Payment notification from Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC).
mailed-by: gmail.com

$12,000,000,000.00 USD Payment notification from Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC).

Dear Beneficiary,

I am Mr.David McKay the President and CEO Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC).

This transaction is lottery won by your e-mail address via online
active email address selected from sponsor of Coca Cola Company award.
With due respect and utmost courtesy, we write to officially regarding
the release of your award Winning fund valued sum of
$12,000,000,000.00 USD from Coca Cola Company which was approved for
release via Swift Telegraphic Wire Transfer into your nominated bank

The management of Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) department wish to notify
you that this honorable bank Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) was instructed
by Coca Cola Company in conjunction with the Canadian Finance Ministry
and Canadian Ambassador to U.S on Winning payment matters which they
have empowered our bank Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) after much
consultation and consideration to handle all Winning payments and
release them to their appropriate beneficiaries accordingly.

I am Mr.David McKay the President and CEO Royal Bank Of Canada
(RBC), your appointed bank officer who is working on your behalf for
the actualization offund crediting/transfer into your personal bank
account. Be well informed that our bank Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) was
successful opened Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) Checking Account in your
name which will helps us to have a smoothly transfer from Royal Bank
Of Canada (RBC) to your Nominated bank account, and your Royal Bank Of
Canada (RBC) Checking Account Booklet and Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC)
Platinum MasterCard will Delivered to your destination house within
the stipulated time frame of 24 hours upon receipt of the Activation
fee of $100.00 USD only. This means that as soon as we receive the
activation fee
we will make the delivery of your Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) Checking
Account Booklet and Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) Platinum MasterCard to
your address between 24 hours

Your Royal Bank Of Canada (RBC) account details are as follow;
Account Number: 6021253365.
Swift Code: 239936957
Routing # 053904483

I will advice you purchase itune card or steam wallet and send it i
will be faster but
send only itune card of $100 if you can send it today send me the
pictures so that i will redeem it to cash and you will get your

Your immediate compliance will be in your very best interest.
If at any time you have questions, concerns or comments, please
contact us as we strive to ensure that you will always receive a
prompt and courteous attention.

Yours Faithfully,
David McKay
The President and CEO.
(RBC) Royal Bank
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