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Sarah Reynolds - rmrssarah@gmail.com

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From: rmrssarah@gmail.com
Reply-To: rmrssarah@gmail.com
Date: November 20, 2020 at 4:37
Subject: Attn: Dear Beneficiary,

Attn: Dear Beneficiary,

This is to bring to your notice that because of the difficulties transferring your funds transfer via TT Bank transfer, we have unanimously resolved to program your global sum of $8.9M, into an ATM Master Card.

For ur information, the activation fee was paid last Week and the delivery of your ATM Card will take an effect direct to your Home address within 5 to 7 Days. The parcel-ATM now is with the delivery Firm, known as Day by Day Courier Sarl DDCS.

It may interest you to know that the ATM card will be dispatched as soon as the Courier fee is paid. And please remember to pay me back the activation fee in receipt of your card.

Endeavour to contact the DDCS Director with your home or office address and Phone number so that their Agent can deliver your ATM Card to your address without fault.

Don't forget, the ATM activation was duly paid. So go ahead and contact the Courier Firm with this Reference Code: GFG/DDCS0011001300ATM-D to enable them dispatched your parcel. I was told that the delivery fee and the insurance comprehensive coverage will cost you 160$.

Below is the Contact E-mail of DDCS Director,

Director Mr. Walter Zima
Email Address: daybydaycouriersarl@protonmail.com
Reference Code: GFG/DDCS0011001300ATM-D

Contact them today and please let me know once you received your ATM card, importantly, your ATM Card was registered as a GIFT Item, this is to avert any protocols that may hinder its delivery.

My best regards,

Mrs. Sarah Reynolds
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