||> From: Mike Spellman <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re-Issuance of Your Upgraded ATM Debit Card Nos; 5416557102001951 &
> To: "Recipients" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Monday, May 9, 2016, 7:46 PM
> Card Issuer/Securities Services;
> International Banking Department
> ATM Regulatory & Compliance Board
> Email email@example.com
> Tel: +22998174075
> 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
> Dear Sir,
> The Audit & Debt Reconciliation Commission has
> undertaken an independent
> performance audit with the authority contained in the
> IMF/World Bank
> Act 2011.
> Following the performance audit for the year ended 31
> December 2014, while
> going through the files, we discovered that a part-payment
> that was processed in your favor by MasterCard (ATM Debit
> Card) in 2014 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 ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
> Or call at
> 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.
> Mr. Mike Spellman
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