Scam #2196 2/3/2019 12:31:00 PM

from: MR PETER CHARLES < monney.ggram@yahoo.com>
reply-to: MR PETER CHARLES < oofice0@gmail.com>
date: Jan 28, 2019, 11:52 PM
subject: MR PETER CHARLES

Post Office -Cotonou Benin Rep.
Address: 20/22 Hospital Route Cotonou Benin Republic
T :(+229) 622 136 70, Telex :(+229) +229) 622 136 70

Post Office -Cotonou Benin Republic urgently to avoid
expiration.

Attn;

From regular mail post office Benin republic.date:28th/JAN /2019, This is
to inform you that there is an ATM Card in this office deposited by a private
organization body on the 28th of JAN. 2018.

Your e-mail address was attached to it and is to be posted to you. We have been
waiting for you to contact us for your conformable ATM Card which contains the
sum of $2.7million united state dollars and some vital documents. So kindly get
back to this office (regular mail post office Benin republic) to avoid
fraudulent issues concerning in this service.

CONTACT MR PETER CHARLES
email:( oofice0@gmail.com )
tell/ (+229) 622 136 70,

you are to confirm and provide to us your postal address below.

Your full name..........
your country............
your postal address.....
Your direct phone........

Note: that you are to pay for the duty stamp fee of $45 usd, you are advise to
send the duty stamp fee through Money Gram only to the post office with the
manager's name below and forward the payment information to the post office
email:( oofice0@gmail.com ) for immediate stamp of your ATM Card.
The $45 usd should send only through Money Gram.

Receiver name......JEFF TOBI
Country.....Benin due republic
City....Cotonou
Question.... Trust
Answer.....God
Amount......$45 usd

note: that every claims has an expiring period of fourteen working days (3days)
so you have do that very urgently to avoid expiration..

Thanks
Your best regard

MR PETER CHARLES

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