||On Jan 14, 2019, at 2:34 PM, Ben
> claude <email@example.com>
>> IMF Fund Release Authority,
>> Minnesota USA.
>> Hello , There was an ATM card in
> your name, the card was loaded with about the sum of
> $8,000,000 fund compensation from the IMF fund
>> release authority , please we need
> your full delivery details because the ATM card package is
> now ready for shipment to your address by the
>> FedEx delivery company on
> saturday. The full details of the plastic ATM card will be
> explained briefly to you once you get back with your
>> address for the card delivery.
> This message is from the IMF fund release authority here in
> Iowa USA, we decided to contact you about the final
>> release of your compensation fund
> which was held in our custody since last two years while the
> bank of Africa attempt to remit a huge sum of
>> $8,000,000.00 to you through an
> ATM Visa or credit card. The plastic ATM card was issued in
> your name as a compensation fund of
>> $8,000,000 loaded on it from the
> IMF fund release authority.
>> Thank you,
>> Mr Ben claude jr
>> IMF fund authority
||> On Jan 15, 2019, at 1:10 AM, Mr Ben <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thank you for the information you have given us in order to deliver your Atm card however the package will deliver to your country through Fedex courier company which will be 2 days delivery , mean while the card will need to be activate before delivery it to your destination frequently the activation will cost $128 therefore your urgent response is needed with the payment detail in order to proceed.
> send the fee through western union or money gram with below information
> Receivers name; Myron tanner
> State: montana
> city: whitehall
> Thank you,
> Mr Ben claude jr
> IMF fund authority
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