Contact UPS about your $3,5M ATM Card

Subject: Office Administration
From:   Mr. Larry John. <"www."@carol.ocn.ne.jp>
Date:   2017-04-28
To:    
Reply-To:   "Mr. Larry John." <customerups1@gmail.com>

Attention: Dear Beneficiary,

This is to bring to your notice that because of the impossibility of your fund transfer through the western union network, we have credited your total of Us$3.5Million valid fund into an ATM MASTER CARD and I have paid the Processing fee and the delivery of the ATM Card for you, I paid it because the ATM Card worth of US$3,500,000.00 has already been deposited to the UPS Delivery Company. Therefore, you will have to contact them asap for the delivery.

We decided to help you pay off the money so that the ATM Card will not expire or called back into Federal Government treasury account because, I trust that when you receive your ATM Card definitely you must pay me back my money and even compensate me for helping you. Now I want you to contact UPS Express at: {customerups1@gmail.com} with your physical address you desire the delivery to be made so that they can deliver your ATM Card to your designated address without any delay.

Like I stated earlier, the crediting, delivery and the company registration charges has been paid by me, but I did not pay their security keeping fees since they refused reason, is that they do not know when you are going to contact them and the demurrage might have increased by then, They told me that their security keeping fees is $98 only.

Below is the Contact Information of the UPS Express Customer Service:

Director Mr James Edward
Email:{ customerups1@gmail.com }
Tel: +229 6855 4163.

Contact them today and also send them the security official keeping charge to avoid increase of their fees and let me know once you receive your ATM card.
Important Notice: Your ATM CARD package was registered as a gift so that the diplomatic Agent will not know the content of your package okay.

Regards.
Mr. Larry John.


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Scam alert! The E-mail above is a SCAM. It’s a Nigerian scam, the story and all names & roles are fake. The scammers will most likely ask you for money upfront as ‘costs’ before you get the ‘funds’ (which you will never get offcourse).

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