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from: Dr Davis Mark <mrfredrickldaniels@gmail.com>
reply-to: deliveryagent@email.com
date: Nov 1, 2023, 5:17 AM
subject: Contact Mr Stephen Wood For Your ATM Master Card Delivery
mailed-by: gmail.com

Contact Mr Stephen Wood For Your ATM Master Card Delivery
E-mail: (deliveryagent@email.com)

This is to notify you that after the Federal Executive Council meeting
held on October 19th 2023, the boards of UBA Bank International
(Foreign Debt Management) in conjunction with Federal Ministry of
Finance have approved payment of €4.5 Million euro compensation in your
favor through ATM Debit, automated teller machine card which allows
daily withdrawal limit of €7,000.00. This means you can ONLY withdraw
€7,000.00 per day at any ATM cash point worldwide. You are therefore
required to reconfirm

the following details to enable us proceed with your ATM Card delivery:

1. Your full Name.
2. Your full mailing address.
3. Your contact telephone
4. Your age and occupation status.
5. Scan copy of your identity card.

As soon as we receive your response, further details on the delivery
of your ATM card will be communicated to you. Please understand that
these matter is an urgent one so as a matter of urgency i urge you to
get back to me as soon as you can so that we can finalize this
transaction once and for all.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
Best Regards,

Dr Davis Mark
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