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from: Rev. Donald Anderson <>
date: Sep 6, 2020, 6:51 AM
subject: Read The Proposal Again

Dear Beneficiary,

This should inform you of your outstanding payment arrears
Three million five hundred thousand dollars {$ 3.500,000.00 USD} in
our records. We saw your email address on our central computer
Block in the list of unpaid funds.

Your email address has appeared among the beneficiaries who will receive
partial payment of their overdue fund credited to the Internet Bank ATM
Card account and it was approved several months ago.

However, we received a letter from Mrs. Judith McCree, who
claims that you are the next of kin and that you died in a car accident
last four months

She also provided her contact information
the department in charge of your ATM card as your heir.
Therefore, we want to verify the authenticity of her claim.
before we proceed to deliver this ATM card to her address.

To solve this problem, please contact our ATM
Office immediately with your complete information below for processing
and delivery of your ATM card.

Contact Person: Reverend Donald Anderson
Email address:

Your full names:
Contact address:
Mobile phone:

Please note that your fund exists from the World Bank and the International
Monetary Fund to avoid complication and confusion where the means exist.

I wish you all the best and a good day.

Yours sincerely
Mr. Alex Jay
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