Scam Email received 5/17/2019
Miss. Jessica Williams
I thank you for your past efforts – – –
I thank you for your past efforts – – – – [email protected]
My Dearest Beloved, How are you doing today together with your family? Hi this is Jessica, I am happy to inform you about my success in getting the fund transferred. I was able to get this successful under the cooperation of a new partner from New Delhi India called (Mr.Aakash) who assisted me for the same transaction through a priest Rev. Jean-Baptiste Yallet, which I contacted you to help me to execute in the past years ago. Presently I am now in Sri Lanka for my studies and investments projects with my new partner. Meanwhile, I did not forget your past attempts and efforts to assist me that time transferring the funds to your account in your country but unfortunately, it did not work out due to your inability to meet up with the bank requirements. But I still appreciate your past efforts and caring at that time. So I have decided to compensate you with little part of the fund as thanks for your efforts that time. I left an ATM CARD worth $950.000.000 (Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollar) in your name with the Revered Father Jean-Baptiste Yallet that connected me to my new partner (Mr.Aakash) that help me to get this fund transferred in Sri Lanka, kindly contact Rev. Jean-Baptiste Yallet or you can call him direct to his private phone number ( +225-525-51-766 ) and his email address is ([email protected]) write to him, Ask him to get your ATM CARD from the bank and send to you which I kept to compensation you for all the past efforts and attempts to assist me in this matter. So feel free and get in touched with Revered Father Jean-Baptiste Yallet, and instruct him where to send your ATM Card. Please do not forget to send to him the below information: Your Full Name:…….. Contact Address:…….. Cell Phone Number:…….. Please do let me know immediately you receive it so that I can share the joy together with you and thank God for his grace upon our life. In the moment I am very-very busy in Sri Lanka for my admission in school and in some other business investment projects, finally, remember that I have forwarded instruction to Revered Father Jean-Baptiste Yallet on your behalf to receive that ATM Card. Therefore feel free to get in touch with him and he will send the ATM Card to your address without delay. You may not hear from me in time because of my studies and some investment projects which are going on now. Once again, thanks for your love, caring and efforts. May God bless you and your family. Best regards, Jessica Williams Miss. Jessica Williams – [email protected]
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