Randy Ikee - United Bank For Africa - [email protected]

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Randy Ikee - United Bank For Africa - [email protected]

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from: Randy Ikee <[email protected]>
date: Aug 1, 2020, 3:52 PM
subject: Attn
mailed-by: gmail.com

Head Office,
United Bank for Africa
UBA House, 57, Marina St,
Lagos Nigeria.
Tel: +234 07010661246

Attn:

I received your mail and happy for that. As the bank has issued the
ATM card, Let me know you arrangement towards this development, note
you can only withdrawn US$5,000 dollars per day from the ATM card.

Kindly Provide the following details for immediate actions to be carried out:
1:Your full names:
2:Your Complete address:
3:Your age and sex:
4:Your Occupation:
5:Your Tel/fax:
6: Your I.D CARD/INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT

Waiting for your urgent reply

Thanks and God bless.

Yours sincerely,

Regards
Randy Ikee
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