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Williams Johnson - johnsonoffice45@gmail.com

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from: Williams Johnson <loverthopra@googlemail.com>
reply-to: johnsonoffice45@gmail.com
date: Jun 10, 2021, 7:17 AM
subject: HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU?
mailed-by: gmail.com
signed-by: googlemail.com

Good day,

I have been mandated by European union African office to effect
outstanding payments with an initial 500,000 dollars... I have
received notification and instructions from your principle .

I am obliged to make the transfer of your funds to you via ATM CARD.
Due to the stringent financial policy and monetary regulation/reform
introduced by the Bank for the first quarter of this fiscal year 2021
and the huge costs involved in direct wire transfer of the fund from
the apex bank, it becomes expedient that we formulate a more workable
means of remitting the fund into any designated account to be
nominated by you.

I will apply for the funds to be packed into the electronic banking
system and paid by Automated Payment Systems (CHAPS ///ATM for 500,000
united states dollars.

An automated teller machine (ATM) is an electronic banking
outlet,which allows customers to complete basic transactions without
the aid of a branch representative or teller.

I will make proper arrangements for the ATM Card to be sent to you in
the next few days.

Do reconfirm to me.

1.your full names and full address

2.your direct phone number to enable me reach you at all times

RESPECTFULLY

JOHNSON WILLIAM
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