Scam #1926 1/1/2019 11:54:00 AM

This originated in africa if anyone wants to know.





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Subject: Programmed ATM Card
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From: Atm < info@pyts.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2018 17:13:09 -0800
Reply-To: blankatmcardsengineer@gmail.com


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Hello

Check out these ATM cards today. My name is Donald Fraser from Tucson Arizona. A successful business owner and father of three kids. I got one of these already programmed ATM cards that allows me withdraw a maximum of $2,500 daily for 30 days. I am so happy because i already used it to get $45,000. Mr Heinrich Klaus is giving out these cards to support people in any kind of financial problem. I must be sincere to you, when i first saw the advert, I believed it not to be real but when I contacted Mr Heinrich Klaus, He explained more to me on how these cards works. Here is an opportunity to turn your financial life around for good. If interested email: cybertech.credit@outlook.com or via his personal email on blankatmcardsengineer@gmail.com

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