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Mr Reymond Madu Attention Dear Beneficiary

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From: Mr Reymond Madu <>
Reply: Mr Reymond Madu <>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2018 12:32:32 +0000 (UTC)
Subject: Attention! Dear Beneficiary

Attention! Dear Beneficiary

This is to bring to your notice that, I have paid the delivery fee of your ATM, I paid it because the ATM Card ($1.5million), has few weeks to expire and when It expires; the money will go into Government purse. With that I decided to Help you pay the money so that the ATM will not expire,because I know when You get your ATM definitely you must send my money back.Now I want you to contact The FedEx delivery Company in Benin Republic so that they Will deliver your Card to your address without any delay Like I stated earlier, the Delivery charge has been paid. Note I deposited it with the company yesterday.

Below Is the Company Contact Information:

Contact Delivery officer MR JEREMIAH TOULOU
E-mail ( )
Phone +229-6154 7937.

This is what they will require from you.

Your Full Name……
Your Private Telephone……
Youre Address where the ATM will be delivering to………….

The Only Fees you are required to pay is the Security Keeping Fees, Contact them today to avoid increase of their Security keeping fees.

Mr Reymond Madu

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