The "Reserve Bank of India For Your New ATM Master Cardo" Advance Fee Scams
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A "Reserve Bank of India For Your New ATM Master Cardo" Advance-Fee Scam
From: Mrs Zinchin S William - Zinchin2541@smile.ocn.ne.jp
Date: April 3, 2019 at 8:54:58 AM MST
Subject: Contact Reserve Bank of India For Your New ATM Master Card Of ($6Million Dollars)
Reply-To: Mrs Zinchin S William - email@example.com
I write to inform you that i have your Certified Bank Draft here in my office to send to you as directed by my boss Mrs Terry Sullin. I have been waiting for you since to come down here and pick up your Bank Draft of Six Million Dollars ($6Million Dollars) but did not heard from you for long time now, Well, i want you to know that i have deposited the Bank Draft with Reserve Bank of India, because i will be traveling to London England for my year course and will not come back till ending of May 2020.
So now i have arranged with Reserve Bank of India to make your payment to you with their new ATM MASTER CARD which you can use to withdraw your money in any ATM MACHINE around the globe/world and what you will be withdrawing Daily is $5,000 Dollar's every day . Because the Bank Draft was getting to the expire date. So You have to contact the Reserve Bank of India, with your full contact information's such as follows:
1) Your Full Name
2) Your Residential Address
3)Your Postal Address
4) Your Phone And Fax Number
5)Your E-mail address
7)Your Official Age
However, Kindly contact the delivery agent who is in charge of the delivery of your ATM Master CARD
DR SHIVA .G. ANDERSON the United Nation Payment Agent in India To Reserve Bank of India
So try to contact Dr Shiva.G.Anderson United Nation Payment Agent in INDIA for your ATM Card as soon as possible to quicken the process of your ATM Card before your Bank Draft gets Expired.Let me know as soon as you receive your ATM Master Card.
Thank you and may the good lord be with you
Mrs Zinchin S William
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