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from: Susan Barra <>
date: Nov 6, 2023, 1:11 PM
subject: Attention Dear Account User!

Attention: Sir/CEO,

This is to notify you that your transaction process Batch No: #-FLNL/009842/04 have been legally authorized and approved by the members of the payment committee to get your funds cleared and delivered to your home address within a period of 72 hours as agreed by Board of Trustee of the United Nations World Re-compensation Commission (U.N.W.R.C). A VISA MASTER CARD containing the sum of Four Million Eight Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($4,800,000.00 USD) will be issued in your Favor, and your ATM VISA CARD payment remains Valid till 18th/04/2025 since your email account merited this program.

Secondly, as a result of widespread fraud over the internet and to avoid abuse of the program we will provide you details of the VISA GOLD CARD upon your response. We will arrange your payment through the ATM Card department which you will use to withdraw your money in any ATM machine in your country or any part of the world, but the maximum you can withdraw is (US$5000) per day. This is what the Banking Instructions Stated. So as soon as I receive a positive reply from you , more details shall be sent to you immediately.

I Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours Sincerely,
Mrs. Susan Barra.
Payment Coordinator.
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