Rev Father Samuel Padre Donald - pastorsamuelmark@gmail.com

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from: PASTORSAMUEL MARK <pastorsamuelmark@gmail.com>
date: Apr 11, 2021, 3:31 PM
subject: ATTENTION SIR. / UBA-Bank Visa Card , God bless you.
mailed-by: gmail.com

God bless you
Mr. i am in Dhl office now in other to post your bank atm visa card to you. Now , Yes i am Rev father Samuel. Padre. Donald , in St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church Dakar Senegal. i am 52 year old.

Mr. according to the Dhl Manager he told me that
It will cost you only $380 dollars before they will post the bank visa card, to you over there in your country ,today so i want you to send the sum of $380 dollar immediately to enable post it Ok
God bless you

Sir here is , My Details this is the information you will use to send the money to me through Money Gram Transfer. you have to make this payment immediately because of time Ok.

SEND THE MONEY THROUGH WESTERN UNION OR MONEY GRAMS TRANSFER WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION,

Receiver Name: Samuel. Padre. Donald
Country: SENEGAL.
City: Dakar.
Amount: ($ 380 US Dollar).

Make sure you send me the MTCN number to confirm your payment. Your urgent response is needed.

Rev. Samuel
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