Scam #1596 12/6/2018 12:42:00 PM

We hereby officially notifying you about the present arrangement to pay you, your over due Winning Prize/inheritance fund which you could not complete the process of the released of your transfer pin code through the Digitized Payment System. and you have spend a lot of money and a lot time sending money to different people just to make sure you receive your fund and after set and done your received nothing. We have decided to pay your funds through (ATM VISA Card) This arrangement was initiated/constituted by the World Bank, United Nation and Paris Club, due to fraudulent activities going on within the world.

The World Bank, United Nations and Paris Club introduced this payment arrangement as to enable our Contract ,Winning Prize,inheritance beneficiary to receive their fund without any interference. the ATM VISA Card was contracted and powered by GOLD CARD WORLD WIDE.

The ATM VISA CARD is credited with the sum of$5,500.000.00 USD(Five Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars), it is already loaded in the Master Card which you can use to access your fund in any ATM Stand/location worldwide and remember that the maximum withdrawal daily limit is Ten Thousand United States Dollars(US$10,000.00)we have concluded delivery arrangement with the below courier services companies and their delivery time is stated below.

UPS=48hrs/$330
FedEx=72hrs/$250
DHL=4days/$175

Note that you will be liable to pay the delivery fee of your ATM VISA Card with any of the above courier company of your choice before the delivery will take place to your destination address.

Kindly provide me with the below details in your response to this email and let me know which courier company you would want us to use for the shipment of your ATM VISA Card to you.

1. Valid Delivery Address:
2. Full Names:
3. Phone Number:
4. Occupation:
5. Age:
6. Sex:

(unitedbankofafricauba@yahoo.com)

CONGRATULATIONS IN ADVANCE.

BEST REGARDS,
Rev.George Smith
Director Foreign Remittance Department
United Bank of Africa (UBA) Bank Benin Plc

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