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Mr.John Barrasso ATM Visa Card Valued at 50 Million USD

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From: "Mr.John Barrasso" <[email protected]>
Reply: [email protected]
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2017 00:41:51 +0100
Subject: ATM Visa Card Valued at $50 Million USD


We officially want to inform you that an ATM Visa Card Valued at $50
Million USD only has been accredited in your favor by the Benin ATM
Card Organization, Republic of Benin. The ATM Card has a daily
withdrawal limit of $20,000.00 USD Per Day from any ATM Card machine
in your country. You are advised to contact Mr. Paul Frank via this
email for claim processing:

Mr. Paul Frank
Chairman of Heirs Holdings, the UBA Bank
Email: [email protected]
call or text +229 98088765

Note: arrangement can also be made in transferring of the awarded
fund ($50m USD) to your personal bank account OR delivering of your
ATM Card to your contact address. Please provide the following
details for processing to Mr. Paul Frank:

(1) Your Full Name=============
(2) Cell Phone Number======
(3) Current Home Address========
(4) Fax Number================
(5) Country====================
(6) City======================
(7) Nearest Airport ==============
(8) Next Of Kin Name===========
(9) Next Email Address==========
(10) NEXT CELL PHONE=======
(11) ANNUAL INCOME==============

Payment Mode:

1) Delivery of ATM Visa Card by courier : Yes/No
2) Bank to bank Transfer: Yes/No

Once again congratulation.


Mr.John Barrasso

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