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date: Jan 13, 2021, 5:37 AM
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Good Day Honorable Beneficiary,Your ATM Card Parcel Delivery,(678) 388-1238 This is agent Andrew John, I'm hereby inform you my successful arrival at Atlanta International Airport USA with your ATM Card compensation fund payment worth's sum of $10.5million through UBA bank contact now with your delivery information where you want me to deliver your ATM Card to you and for more information the authority here demand for your ATM Card parcel African new fund development gate pass document to enable you receive your fund parcel today. BELLOW REQUEST INFORMATION HERE IS NEEDED URGENT. YOUR FIRST NAME======= SECOND NAME=========== CITY AIRPORT========== HOME ADDRESS========== OCCUPATION============ COPY OF ID============ And Tel.======= This is very urgent and to enable me complete your delivery to your home address today and proceed back to Benin Republic immediately without anymore delays thanks and God bless you. THANK AND URGENT REPLY IS NEEDED NOW. Agent Andrew John +1(678) 388-1238 DHL DELIVERY DIPLOMAT .
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