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from: linda frank <lfrank20122@gmail.com>
date: Oct 11, 2023, 10:20 AM
subject: Your information is needed for the delivery.
mailed-by: gmail.com

Dear

I received your mail.

However, i have finalized with the Courier Company who is going to deliver your ATM card to your address and now you are to pay the sum of (us$153) for the delivery charges to enable me proceed for the delivery first thing tomorrow morning my time.

The payment should be made via (RIA MONEY TRANSFER NIGERIA) to this information below and make sure the payment reference is forwarded to this mailbox immediately the payment is made so that first thing tomorrow morning my time your card will be dispatched.

Receivers Name: IKECHUKWU NWACHUKWU.
Address: NIGERIA.
Amount: US$153.

Please kindly cross check the receiving address which you sent for the shipment to know if there is any mistake on it to avoid wrong delivery. Lastly, attached here is scan copy of your ATM Card for your perusal.

Thanks,

My best regard,
Mrs. Linda Frank.
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