Onarah Beni - iplcbank123456@gmail.com

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Onarah Beni - iplcbank123456@gmail.com

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from: Mrs. Gloria johnson <councilbritish745@gmail.com>
reply-to: iplcbank123456@gmail.com
date: Oct 9, 2023, 6:12 AM
subject: Re:
mailed-by: gmail.com

Good day

I'm contacting you this morning because the director of the ATM CARD center
here in Benin Republic said that they will divert your ATM CARD to the
Government Treasury just because that you cannot pay for the service fee $100
USD of your ATM CARD stamp and sign all the documents that backup your package
to be successful deliver to your doer step,

But I told them to wait until I hear from you today so that I will know the
reason why you rejected such amount of money that worth sum of $4.8 million
united state dollars, that you are the real beneficiary, confirm your delivery
Address such as.

1. Full Names :
2. Residential Address :
3. Mobile Number:
4. Your ID :
5: Nearest airport:
6. Sex :
7. Age :
8. Nationality :
9. Country :
10. Marital Status :
Email: onarahbeni@gmail.com
Mr Onarah Beni
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