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Reverend Father Prince B James - revjamesjohn123@gmail.com

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from: Rev. Johnson James. <revjamesjohn123@gmail.com>
date: Oct 30, 2023, 4:59 AM
subject: i need your information
mailed-by: gmail.com

thank you for your mail and good to hear from you, Yes your partner
.Left with me an Bank master card valued of ( $ 3000,000.00 USD
( U.S. Dollars) to deliver to you. The master
card is
with me right now, she said you will take it to any bank of your choice
and then withdraw the money.

Right now all you have to do is to send to me your contact address and
direct phone number, where they will be coming to deliver the Bank master card
to you.

Note that as soon as I receive you information I will go to the
nearest Courier service company to submit them for the delivery of
your Bank master card. Bellow is the required information needed from
you

Your full name; -------

Your home address; -------

your any of your Id card,,,,,,,,,

Your phone numbers; -------

Your country; -------

When you send all your needed information to me try to contact me on
phone with this +22870180910 i will still be waiting to hear from you
Thank you and God bless you.
Reverend Father Prince .B. James
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