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Congratulations you are a lucky winner of our sweeptakes of $1.5 Million Promotion. To claim your prize do contact me at E-mail: johnlukegary53@diplomats.com Website: https://uncc.ch/home

From: UN Diplomats < johnlukegary53@diplomats.com >
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2019 at 21:16
Subject: DETAILS.

This is to say Congratulations to you as you are a lucky winner of the United Nations Sweeptakes promotion. Your Email Address was among the one hundred lucky winners.Note that we are rounding up payment by Tuesday next week Friday and failure to meet up will have your winning donated to charity.

Your $1.5 Million will be paid to you via International ATM VISA CARD and SKYLINE COURIER woud be responsible to deliver your Card to you in your home address.

You are required to forward your home or office mailing address, your telephone number, your identity card which will be forwarded to the paying Bank (Bank of America) for verification and approval for the process, programming and crediting of your $1.5 Million in your atm card. Your $1.5 Million will be released to you as soon as your information is verified and approved as legitimate by Bank of America.

Attached in this message is copy of my identification document for your view for future reference and Deposit Certificate of your Fund in your names. Thanks for your corporation and understanding. I await your swift response to confirm you received this message.

Sincerely Yours,
Ambassador John Luke Gari.
Director of Operations.

Bank of America
John Luke Gari
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