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Liam Cletusmorga - ATM Card Scam -

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from: service <>
date: Sep 21, 2023, 12:49 PM

This is to inform you that, your ATM CARD is with us and is loaded
with the sum of $ 850.000.00 us dollars as your compensate reward and
we are willing to move the ATM CARD to your address as soon as you
comply with us by forwarding to us your location address and also
shipment fee of $55 which we will use to active and ship the
ATM CARD to your home address through the courier company.

And we advise you to use this receiver name (George Obukweli ) Country is (
Republic of Benin ) city is ( Cotonou ) this is the information you
will use to make the payment through Ria Money Transfer or world-remit for
us to use it ship the ATM CARD to your address through courier service
after you make the payment i will go to the shipping company to
process the shipment paper of your fund card and this money have to
pay now so that we can activate it now because we are trying to meet
up with time.

And you should not make mistake on the receiver name (George Obukweli ) as
i write it in the letter.

liam cletusmorga.
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