Tobias Adrian - IMF - [email protected]

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Tobias Adrian - IMF - [email protected]

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from: JARRY WHITE <[email protected]>
reply-to: JARRY WHITE <[email protected]>
date: Jul 31, 2020, 5:57 AM
subject: CC


This is Mr. Tobias Adrian from International Monetary Fund [IMF]. I write this letter to you based on our board of Directors meeting held yesterday to release your unpaid Fund worth $17.4 million dollars through ATM MasterCard payment method and send it to your residence to avoid anymore delay. We have converted your total fund of $17.4 Million to ATM MasterCard and its ready to be shipped, meanwhile you are advise to contact ATM PAYMENT CENTER

Mr. Jarry White, for the Shipment.
Contact Mr. Jarry White via the following information below:
Mr. Jarry White
ATM MasterCard Payment.
E-mail;[email protected]
Cell Mobile#:+1(206) 479 0390

Do reconfirm the following information to Mr. Jarry White to avoid wrong delivery:
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Your Name:..........
Your Address:.......
Your Telephone Number:.....
Your Age:.........
Your Country:.........
Your occupation......
ID If Available:::::

We told Mr. Jarry White that you will contact him soon for the shipment of your ATM MASTER CARD and you are advise to use the following code as Subject when contacting him: the code is (6795). Your ATM Pin-code will be given to you as soon as you contact him. Have a nice day.

Yours In Service
Mr.Tobias Adrian Financial Counsellor
International Monetary Fund [IMF].
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