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Eric Don - of218226@gmail.com

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from: MR, ERIC DON <off915901@gmail.com>
reply-to: of218226@gmail.com
date: Sep 26, 2023, 1:50 PM
subject: Attention
mailed-by: gmail.com

Attn Now

How are you Today my dear friend,i receive phone call from MR,FRANK
MICH,Today the man is from CANADA,he told me that to collect the
clearance fee of $75 from MR,TAKO JAJA,and Delivery this ATM CARD of
$1.8Million USD to him,because he told me that it is true that you are
dead in heart attack problem YESTERDAY.

But now i want to confirm from you first weather it is true or
not,because MR,TAKO JAJA,,come to my Office last two weeks ego and
telling me that you are dead and you are already give him permission
and Authority to pay this clearance fee of $75 and clam this your ATM CARD
the time you are in the hospital.so as i confirm that you are dead
from MR,FRANK MICH,he come from CANADA and told me that it is True
that you are dead.so let your heart rest in peace Amen.

But now if you sure that you are still Alive and you did not give
anybody Authority to pay this clearance fee of $75 to clam this your
fund then,you can try your possible best to get back to us Today with
this clearance fee.because according to Federal Ministry of Fiance
after Today and Tomorrow this man will pay this fee to clam this your
ATM CARD that is Final.so if you are alive try to get back to us Today
with this clearance fee of $75 Today as soon as possible.Contact this
Email,(of218226@gmail.com) and send the clearance fee if you are
alive.if you can not send the
fee through western union or money gram or Ria or world remit then,
you can buy Steam wallet card or iTunes card or Apple play Card 2x/==$50 $25
and send it with the SCAN COPY.

PAYMENT INFORMATION,

Receiver Name;;==Denis Glumy
Country: Benin Republic
City Cotonou
Question:::Today
Answer::::Ready
Amount::: $75 usd
MTCN:
Sender Name:
Receiver Address GB74 STREET BENIN REPUBLIC
My Phone Number +22991183279

Send the fee through western union OR money gram OR Ria Or World Remit.
Contact this Email..(of218226@gmail.com)
Reach us with call here TEL+22991183279 immediately you got this Email.
MR, ERIC DON, ATM PAYMENT OFFICE
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