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from: Standard Chartered Bank <info.scbabidjan@gmail.com>
reply-to: info.scbabidjan@gmail.com
date: Oct 22, 2023, 4:37 AM
subject: Re:
mailed-by: gmail.com


This is to bring to your notice that we have completed all evaluations on the payment of your funds through ATM MASTER CARD Number: 4698 3761 3054 8029 Valued at (US$5.500,000.00) Five Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only, has been issued and activated, therefore you have to
start making withdrawals with your ATM CARD within the next 7 days otherwise, it will automatically dis activated if not used after 7
days of issued, otherwise, you will need to pay extra cost to reactivate it.

Attached a Remittance ATM VISA CARD Approval Form in order for you to fill and return it back for immediate processing of your ATM CARD.
You are advised that a maximum withdrawal value of $2,500 USD is permitted on withdrawal per day. We are duly inter-switched; therefore
you can make withdrawal in any location of ATM Center and cash point of your choice, your Secret Pin Number is 6312

The swift card has been specially prepared to enable you to withdraw your money in any ATM machine in any part of the world, but the
maximum is Two Thousand Five hundred Dollars Only per day, due to security reasons.

Looking forward to your urgent response and Congratulations. Please call me on my WhatsApp number: +2250778063244 immediately you receive this mail.

Looking forward to your urgent response and Congratulations.

Mr. Abdoulaye Yacouba
Standard Chartered Bank (SCB)
Int'l Payment Director
+2250778063244 whatsApp
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