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from: Mr Lamido <>
date: Feb 15, 2021, 11:25 PM

Dear Friend,
YOUR ATM card of $5.8Million United State Dollar is Already sign to
the Federal High Court Benin that you will receive it in your Hand by
Tuesday this week which is February 18th 2021 immediately you follow
our instruction.

But now am afraid because i sent you email since four days ago i did
not hear from you weather you are interested to receive it again or
not,because i receive a call right now from Mr,Melody Jar,he come from
New York and he told me that you are not ready to receive the ATM
card again.but for your information the only fee you can pay before
the ATM will arrive to your place is delivery charges which can cost
you $100 dollar only.

So if you know that you are interested to receive this your ATM card
then,you can try your best way to send this delivery charges of $100
to us Today to enable our delivery agent to arrive to your country by
Thursday this week with your ATM card .remember that immediately the
ATM will arrive to your hand then,you will start to receiving your
money in any ATM MACHINE in the worldwide every day you withdraw $5000
dollar until your total end of your fund.

According to Federal High Court he told me that if you fail to send
this delivery charges of $100 dollar to us Today and tomorrow then, we
will DIVERT the FUND of $5.8Million United State Dollar,because it is
already told me before that you are not interested again.,fOWARD ME
Best Regards
Mr Lamido Sule
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