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from: Mr.DENNIS JOHN <>
date: Mar 17, 2023, 2:22 AM
subject: Delivering of your ATM CARD get to your doorstep

I want to inform you that your ATM CARD file was brought
to my office Today for me to cancel your funds because the
Director of the Transfer bank here
in US said that I should divert your ATM CARD to the Government Treasury
account just because you can not pay for the fee of your ATM CARD which
is $100.00 USD only before you start receiving your funds, in his
words, he said that you abandon your ATM CARD for some time now without
hearing from you, but my spirit did not allow me to cancel your funds
because I know the value and the important of what you are about to lose,
so i want you to use this opportunity to receive your ATM CARD Of the
$12.5million USD;

Thank you and God bless you. send this fee through, steam wallet,
Apple card or sephora gift card or razer gold gift card OF $100.00 as
soon as possible today
below the wallet address to send this $100usd only ok,

I told the Director of the united bank to wait
until I heard from you today and I will know the reason you rejected
such amount of $12.5Million Thousand United States
Dollars ($12.5Million) which I know it can be able to change
your life for good just because of $100.00 USD only

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