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Re-Issuance of Your Upgraded ATM Debit Card Nos; 5416557102001951 & 5490353979870762. (Total Value: US$5,390,000 only. You Can Withdraw Funds Anywhere)
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Scam Email received June 16, 2018 from fnb3311@yahoo.com

fnb3311@yahoo.com
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fnb3311@yahoo.com

Subject:

Re-Issuance of Your Upgraded ATM Debit Card Nos; 5416557102001951 & 5490353979870762. (Total Value: US$5,390,000 only. You Can Withdraw Funds Anywhere)

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Email Subject:

Re-Issuance of Your Upgraded ATM Debit Card Nos; 5416557102001951 & 5490353979870762. (Total Value: US$5,390,000 only. You Can Withdraw Funds Anywhere)


Re-Issuance of Your Upgraded ATM Debit Card Nos; 5416557102001951 & 5490353979870762. (Total Value: US$5,390,000 only. You Can Withdraw Funds Anywhere) – fnb3311@yahoo.com


Sent from: Mr. Mike Spellman Card Issuer/Securities Services; International Banking Department ATM Regulatory & Compliance Board Email: fnb3311@yahoo.com Tel: +22961961369 Our ref: IMF/T/ATM/COMP/14-CI Re-Issuance of Your Upgraded ATM Debit Card Nos; 5416557102001951 & 5490353979870762. (Total Value: US$5,390,000 only. You Can Withdraw Funds Anywhere) Dear , The Audit & Debt Reconciliation Commission has undertaken an independent performance audit with the authority contained in the IMF/World Bank Auditor-General Act 1997. Following the performance audit for the year ended 31 December 2017, while going through the files, we discovered that a part-payment fund; US$5.39Million that was processed in your favor by MasterCard (ATM Debit Card) in 2017 in the following manner and was not released to you. For more detailed information concerning this payment, Contact us with your full information&s via ( fnb3311@yahoo.com ) Or call at +22961961369. After we have received your reply, we will instruct the card issuing bank to re-process and re-load your DEBIT cards, funds will be available on the cards in minutes, which will be dispatched to your designated address. We will oversee the delivery of the cards to you through our registered and official courier. Get back to us as soon as possible. Congratulations.Mike Spellman fnb3311@yahoo.com

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