Kingsley Nweze - Carrefour Des Trois Banque - [email protected]

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Kingsley Nweze - Carrefour Des Trois Banque - [email protected]

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from: Kingsley Nweze <[email protected]>
reply-to: [email protected]
to: Recipients <[email protected]>
date: Jul 30, 2020, 7:33 PM

Carrefour Des Trois Banque
Avenue Pope Jean Paul II
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +229 69445915

Dear Sir/madam,


We are notified that a supposed shipment of an ATM card which was kept hostage and later confiscated, cancelled and nullified by the United States Government through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS} and Department Of States should be paid to you by online wire transfer instead of an ATM card.

Following the instructions received from the United State Of America via the United State Ambassador to Benin, we were mandated to transfer the sum of $5,390,000.00 to your personal bank account.

Your fund payment has been approved via Online payment United Bank for Africa (UBA) Benin Republic. Access should be provided for you upon your compliance, Fund valued Five Million, Three Hundred And Ninety Thousand Dollars Only ($5,390,000.00}.

With this method, We are going to issue you with your online website and password with which you will be transferring the fund directly to your personal bank account.

We advise you to provide your personal information, bank account details, phone number and a copy of your identification for further details.


Yours faithfully,

Kingsley Nweze

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