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from: Liza Garrett II <>
date: Oct 30, 2023, 2:00 PM
subject: Re:

Attention dear:

Thanks for your response:

This is Liza Garrett and I have received your email in regards to your ATM package that was deposited here under my care by the Interpol Monitoring Team.

However, the amount involved for the delivery of your ATM package to your address is US$100.00 only and the money is to be sent down here through Western Union or MoneyGram, RIA with our accountant details below.
Note, your package will be at your doorstep through a courier delivery agent with your information which has been given to us by the Interpol, Certainly this parcel will get to your house within 48 hours of receiving the fee because the delivery will be an overnight express & blue print with either DHL or FedEx.

Kindly hurry and send down the US$100.00 via Western Union or MoneyGram nearly office using our cashier's details below:

Receiver's name: Chibuzor Michael Ojukwu
Country: Benin Republic
City: Cotonou
Address: 123 eBay Plaza Calavi BJ
MTCN Number#:

Finally: Kindly provide us back the Western Union/ MTCN Number or receipt as soon as you have sent the US$100.00 Because as soon as the fee is confirmed, I will go and register the Tramcar to dispatch your address immediately and i shall provide you with the tracking details/# for you to be monitoring the movement of the package while on transit so as to ensure that it's coming to you for sure.

Remember that the US$100.00 requested is for courier company's VAT & delivery charge, please be informed that all other necessary paperwork/documents/charges has been tendered by the depositor.

Endeavor to Reply via my official email address: or call me @ +229 98644349 if you have any questions.

I will be waiting and looking forward to hearing back from you ASAP together with your payment details once the $100.00 has been sent.

Thank you in advance.

Sincere regards

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