From: Mr Ben Mike (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To: undisclosed recipients@; @
Sent: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 17:46:15 +0800 (SGT)
Post Office -Cotonou Ben
Address: 20/22 Hospital Route
Cotonou Benin Republic
T幨: (+229) 99-35-67-84
Telex : +22999-35-67-84
From regular mail post office Benin republic.date:24th/Mar/2012.This is to inform you that there is an ATM Card in this office deposited by a private organization body on the 24th of Mar. 2012.
Your e-mail address was attached to it and is to be posted to you. We have been waiting for you to contact us for your confirmable ATM Card which contains the sum of $2.7million united state dollars and some vital documents. So kindly get back to this office (
mail post office Benin republic) to avoid fraudulent issues concerning in this service.
CONTANT MR PETER CHARLES
email:( email@example.com )
tell/ (+229) 99356784,
you are to confirm and provide to us your postal address below.
Your full name. . . . .
your country. . . . . .
your postal address. . .
Your direct phone. . . .
Note: that you are to pay for the duty stamp fee of $98 usd. you are advise to send the duty stamp fee through western union to the post office with the manager' s name below and forward the payment information to the post office email:(firstname.lastname@example.org ) for immediate stamp of your ATM Card.
receiver name. . . Mr Emeka Simeon
country. . .Benin due republic
city. . cotonou
question. . to who
answer. . .God
amount. . . $98 usd
note: that every claims has an expiring period of fourteen working days (3days) so you have
that very urgently to avoid expiration.
your best regard
Mr Ben Mike
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