Ben Sarr - atmpayment.office@aol.com

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Ben Sarr - atmpayment.office@aol.com

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from: Ben Sarr <waevercross1@gmail.com>
reply-to: atmpayment.office@aol.com
date: Oct 2, 2023, 8:24 PM
subject: Greetings
mailed-by: gmail.com

Greetings,

I have been waiting for you to come down here and pick your bank draft but have not heard from you since that time. Then I went and deposited the $2.950, 000.00 USD draft/check in the UBA BANK. We have arranged your payment through swift card payment center Asia pacific, this payment card center will send you an ATM Card which you will use to withdraw your money in any ATM machine in any part of the world, but the maximum is Two Thousand, Five Hundred United States Dollars Per-Day.

Kindly send your contact information to them in-which they will use to send the card to you.(1)Your full name: (2)Your home address where you want them to send the ATM card: (3) Current occupation: (4) Your Age (5)Your current home telephone number/mobile phone number: (6) A Copy of your identification:

However, contact the below person in-charge who is in position to release your ATM Card master to you:

ATM Payment Department, ATM CARD PAYMENT CENTER.
Contact person in charge: Dr.Alex Adagu.
Email Address :(atmpaymentofficee@aol.com)

I have paid for the processing charges of this ATM card on your behalf to the bank and you are to pay them for the delivery to your country. Contact them as soon as possible to quicken the processing of your ATM card to you before your draft gets expired. Let me know as soon as you receive your ATM master card.

Note That Because Of Impostors,We Hereby Issued You Our Code Of Conduct, Which Is (ATM-202) So You Have To Indicate This Code When Contacting The Card Center By Using It As Your Subject.

Waiting for your response.

Thank you and remain blessed.

Ms.Ben Sarr
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