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from: MR . BOBBIE HUNT <>
date: Jan 25, 2021, 2:45 PM
subject: FM ATM Below is the tracking numbers 873446226922 FROM IFY.

Dear Sir,

This is to inform you that we have tried calling you several times on
the telephone number you forwarded to us, but couldn’t get hold on
you. Well, we wish to inform you that we are still expecting to hear
from you based on the required insurance and delivery charges to
enable us dispatch your ATM card to you immediately.

Be informed that we have only three working days to dispatch your ATM
card to you as instructed by the management of the Central Bank of
Nigeria, so I advice you to hurry up and offset the charges. Moreover,
it is compulsory that we must have to insure your ATM card before
delivery, because we don’t want to bear the responsibility of any lost
of ATM cards as we must have to insure it by Nicon Insurance
Corporation here in Nigeria before delivery will be made and it is
also necessary that you have to provide the shipment fee through FedEx
Courier Service it is our method in which we have been operating.

In receipt of your payment, we will ship your ATM card to you and also
send to you via e-mail attachment the FedEx delivery receipt with the
tracking number that will enable you to track it through the FedEx
website to verify when your ATM card will arrive to your designated
address as you have forwarded to us.

Lastly, you can verify by tracking through the FedEx website of our London UK beneficiaries that have received him
own ATM cards package today. You can track it to verify by yourself as
to clarify you properly. Below is the tracking numbers.

In view of the development, you are requested to immediately offset
the insurance fee of US$95 and delivery charges of US$60 for FedEx
delivery. be informed that immediately we receive the insurance and
delivery fee, we will send to you the shipment receipt and the
tracking number to enable you track your ATM card online to know when
it will arrive to your designated address.

Below is our dispatch man information on how to send the insurance and
delivery fee through western union money transfer or money-gram.

Amount to send:.........US$155

Sender Name:
Sender Address:

Send the MTCN or reference number to this office immediately you are
through to enable our dispatch man to pick it up. And also inform this
office your preferable time of visitation for the signing of the
certificate when the dispatcher arrive to your place. As you know that
the delivery fee receipt will be used to attach on your payment
delivery documents to avoid being delay by the customs.

Treat very urgently as we also remind you again that you're ATM card
is ready and we have only three working days to dispatch your ATM
card. Please confirm the receipt of this mail and get back to this
office accordingly.

Thanks and we look forward hearing from you.

Mr Bobbie Hunt.
Director Swift card consultant
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