Rev Pastor Alfred Egar - rev.alrededgar01@gmail.com

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Rev Pastor Alfred Egar - rev.alrededgar01@gmail.com

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from: ALFRED EDGAR <rev.alrededgar01@gmail.com>
date: Oct 30, 2023, 6:52 AM
subject: Attention:
mailed-by: gmail.com

Attention:
Sir,
This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email and regarding the payment of your compensation fund credited into a swift ATM card and instructed the Financial Institution to hand it over to me when you are ready for the claim.

Note that, this compensation fund originated from an uncompleted financial transacting project by your former partner who later completed the project with another foreign investor in Ecuador South America and the principal amount transferred into the new foreign investor’s bank account and currently with the investment project. But because of your effort and involvement in financial commitment, though was not fruitful then, your partner in good mind included your name and details to the Financial Institution who completed the transfer as one for the beneficiary involved in the financial transacting project and instructed the Financial Institution to map out US$600,000 in your favor which is in Swift ATM Card.

To the effect, your are strictly instructed to furnished me with your full address, telephone, including a copy of your identity to enable me retrieved your Swift VISA ATM Card from the Financial Institution and sent to your provided address as directed, so that your will start the withdrawing of your fund in your country Inter-s witch ATM cash point Machine.

I will look forward to your prompt and adherence to this development.
Yours Sincerely
Rev. Pastor Alfred Egar
Tel:+2250103550556

Please kindly accept my sincere apology, but the email that you sent to me a few days ago, the one which contained your original proposal, was sent directly to my spam folder, then I accidentally deleted it permanently from my email account. I feel so embarrassed about this, and I am not sure how this happened because I am usually very careful with important matters, but fortunately I had saved your email address in my contacts so that I am now able to get in contact with you again. Thus, please kindly resend me with your very first email. I am referring to the urgent email message that you sent me with your original proposal a few days ago. As soon as I receive your original email again then I will carefully reread everything and respond immediately to your kind offer.

Thank you and respectfully,
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