Chris Johnson - agentjohngreen91@yahoo.com

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Chris Johnson - agentjohngreen91@yahoo.com

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from: Rogers Jr. <onyiam4sochima@gmail.com>
reply-to: agentjohngreen91@yahoo.com
date: Oct 27, 2023, 2:47 AM
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mailed-by: gmail.com

Good Day Dear

I am the diplomat agent responsible for the delivery of your ATM card
worth $2.5 Million Dollars . I received your mail while I have been in
this airport for a couple of days. It’s mandatory that the delivery of
your ATM package will take place today because it has given me a lot
of stress while I was told that it will take me only 2days. The way
the Airports HOMELAND PORT SECURITIES inspects card is not well
pleased. I am having a little problem here with Airports City HOMELAND
SECURITY, intercepting the ATM card with regards to Permit Certificate
which is delaying my coming to the above address you supplied to make
the delivery to you. They persisted I must obtain the Permit
Certificate before I will be allowed to connect my flight to Your City.

So kindly send $50 Dollars Immediately through iTunes card Apple card
,google play card or Bitcoin
so that they can obtain the required CLEAN BILL OF RECORD to enable me
board my flight to come over to your base, Do send the fee here to
avoid mistake: I will be forwarding this email to the company now. To
avoid any delay, once you have this fee send kindly email me for me to
be updated. Please don't delay because I don't have enough time to be
delay. Send the $50 usd as soon as possible to enable me arrange the
Permit Certificate of the ATM card as to assure that the delivery is
completed ASAP.
May your spirit avenge who ever caused your sudden death.Amen

Best regards
Chris Johnson. Senior Manager
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