Sebastin Benson - Bishop Airport - yonyibo@yahoo.com

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Sebastin Benson - Bishop Airport - yonyibo@yahoo.com

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from: Sebastin Benson <yonyibo@yahoo.com>
reply-to: yonyibo@yahoo.com
date: Nov 20, 2020, 6:12 PM
subject: Good Morning, I am Diplomat Sebastin Benson:
mailed-by: gmail.com
signed-by: yahoo.com

Good Morning, I am Diplomat Sebastin Benson:

How is everything and your family, it has been three days that I'm here with U.S CUSTOMS with your ATM package, where I was arrested that I do not have United Nation delivery permit at Bishop International Airport. it's this morning that they released me with your package, you advice to reconfirm to me your full details, I lost them during when I was dragging your package with some Immigration Officers here, and again you have to pay the sum of $100 for the United Nation delivery permit, They says that if I do not have it that I won't enter flight to your address or taxi.

As I can not afford to spend more time here due to other delivery I have to take care of in Bank, I have more vital paper with me but I can only present you the hard copy when I reach your home address as that the diplomat rules, such as authorization to deliver.


Best Regards

Diplomat Sebastin Benson
Tel :+1-616-383-5899
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