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from: Mr. Ben W Eric <>
date: Oct 1, 2022, 3:57 AM
subject: Attention The Onwer Of This Package,

Attention The Owner Of This Package,

It's my pleasure to remind you that your ATM Visa Card with
registration CODE ( P22x96tm/16/ XXFCBR7777 ) which was successful
registered for delivery few days ago will be cancel on from now to the
middle of October if you fail to send the $25 dollars for the two
stamps of your documents with the Singing ,so i am here to let you
know that you are the only one that is delaying your fund here which
is total sum of $2.500,000.00 Two Million Five Hundred Thousand
Dollars and remember that we do not have enough of time to keeping
delaying on this anymore because you need to do your possible best to
get this done from now to the middle of October so you can receive
your card and start making use of it , your first withdraw per a day
is only $30,000 dollars,

Your ATM Visa Card delivery will be cancel from now to the middle of
October so you need to work hard and its very urgent for you to
receive your card from now to the middle of October, Here are the
details of your ATM Visa Card:

1: Your Pin Code (1950)
2: Your CVN Code 334
3: Amount Permitted For Withdrawal is $30,000.00 Daily.


Registration Number:------P22xv96tm/ 16/ XXFCBR7777
Delivery Status:----------Virtual Pending
Delivery Type:-----------Premium Service
Color of consignment :--Brown
Total weight of parcel :----0.1kg
Bonded draft of weight :----0. 1kg
parcel/original certificate of weight :--0.2kg:

So, I am waiting to hear from you right back because the fee of $25 is
the only thing holding your package here right now and will be
definitely deliver to you upon receiving the $25 signing & stamping
fee from you, send us $25 Steam Wallet or iTunes card to be redeemed
to cash to receive your ATM VISA CARD to start withdrew your money
with the card, I want to hear from you right back.

You are free to pay the $25 by buy any of the listed card iTunes Card
or Steam Wallet Gift Card of $25. Send me copy photo of the card then
I will go to sign and stamp your ATM VISA CARD PARCEL for a speed
deliver it to you.

We are waiting for your responds.

Thank you once again.

thank you so much, your urgent response is highly needed,

Mr. Ben W Eric
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