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Regarding your ATM CARD worth of $7,5MILLION USD

Scam Email received June 21, 2018 from
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Regarding your ATM CARD worth of $7,5MILLION USD

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Regarding your ATM CARD worth of $7,5MILLION USD

Regarding your ATM CARD worth of $7,5MILLION USD –

This is official notice to you that your (ATM MASTER CARD worth OF $7,5MILLION USD) which was sent for over one month now was returned. I know that you have been waiting for the arrival of your Consignment since, it is unfortunate that it was returned this week due to wrong address which was provided by your representative Mr. Arthur STUART BLUM III. And the same Man came again and trying to make us believe that you are dead and even explained that you entered into an agreement with him, to help you in receiving your (funds). So did you sign any Deed of Assignment in favor of ( Mr. Arthur STUART BLUM III)? thereby making him the current beneficiary. In view of this development, If you are still alive I requested you to confirm to this bank with the below INFO; YOUR COUNTRY YOUR FULL NAME.. YOUR ACCOUNT NUMBER NAME OF YOUR BANK. OCCUPATION.. HOME ADDRESS.. MOBIL PHONE NUMBER.. OFFICE NUMBER HOME NUMBER SEX. Becuse we are going to make a direct wire transferr to your account as it was instructed by by the (IMF) Chapter and United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) based on the agreement reached by the European Union and the United Nations Policy Maker Unit under IMF payment constitution and the World Economic Development Forum Annual Meeting held in LONDON to erase debt owed by African banks , other several international banks world wide as it has been backed by one of the main international lenders IMF (International Monetary Fund) and United Nations Compensation Commission(UNCC)through Debt Relief and Settlement Package. Meanwhile,be rest assured that upon receipt of the above information we will transfer your funds immedately to your bank. TAKE NOTE; this CODE NUMBER° (UNCC BENIN-BJ/XXL14160) Thanks Mrs. Tall Evelyne Executive Director Regional Head, WAEMU UBA Management Telephone; +229 61517561 Email;

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