||> From: caro mike <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Attn Beneficiary,
> To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Monday, June 24, 2019, 10:18 PM
> This is to notify you that your fund USD $ 2.5 M has been
> programmed in an Atm visa card for immediate delivery to you
> upon reconfirming your physical destination address as all
> arrangements has been finalized and to released to you as
> the legitimate beneficiary of the fund, via global ATM visa
> Your Atm visa card worth USD $ 2.5 M united state dollars
> was with a delivery service here in Benin Republic, for we
> have waited enough to hear from you so that your funds can
> be transferred through UBA Bank here, but due to the late
> response we decided to credit the fund through Atm card.
> (1) Receivers name
> (2) Your home address
> (3) Your direct telephone
> (4) Your passport or ID card
> PIN number is (0516) take note, once you POS cash point
> around your area and slot the card and enter the PIN number
> (0516) to activate and start with there there.
> Finally, be informed that we have left delivery company for
> urgent delivery of your ATM visa card immediately you
> forward them the required information, feel free to get in
> touch with them today.
> Contact our agent Below for the delivery of your Atm card:
> Email" email@example.com
> DAVID MIKE
> Please don't allow this golden opportunity to pass you
> Mrs Carol Mark
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