From: African Union <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2019 12:43 AM
Subject: Kindly Contact Your Payment Agent, MR. SOLOMON OKOH For Your ATM CARD
AFRICAN UNION HEADQUARTERS
P.O. Box 3243, Roosvelt Street
(Old Airport Area) W21K19
This is our last and final email/notification regarding your payment via "Automated Teller Machine" (ATM CARD). I believe that you must have received my previous email and message forwarded to you regarding your fund [US$4,500,000.00] Four Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars, awarded to you as a compensation by the African Union (AU). However, it's my pleasure to remind and bringing to your notice once again over this matter. As a matter of fact, you are hereby advise to contact your payment agent, MR. SOLOMON OKOH from the "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank) in order to claim, receive or deliver your ATM CARD to you immediately.
Once again, I'm hereby notifying you regarding your payment arrangements via "Automated Teller Machine" (ATM CARD). We noticed and realized that you have not yet received and claimed your fund via (ATM CARD) therefore we are using this privilege and opportunity to inform you once again that your ATM CARD has been duly processed by the "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank) and now ready for your collection or immediate delivery to your address accordingly through the Courier service.
On behalf of the "African Union Commission" (AUC) I, Ms. Esther Azaa Tankou, Directorate of Information and Communication, AUC hereby notifying you once again regarding your fund/payment worth's of (US$4.5m) awarded to you as a "COMPENSATION" by this Commission and so you are advised to contact your Payment Agent, MR. SOLOMON OKOH from the "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank) for collection of your ATM CARD or immediate delivery to your address. Note, your ATM CARD has been duly processed by the "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank) and ready for immediate delivery to you therefore kindly contact your Payment Agent, MR. SOLOMON OKOH from the (GTBank) immediately upon receiving this notification in order to claim/deliver your ATM CARD to you accordingly as instructed.
Finally, you will receive your payment/fund (US$4,500,000.00) via an "Automated Teller Machine"(ATM VISA CARD) issued and processed by the "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank). Pls note, that your ATM CARD has already been processed, uploaded and now ready for immediate delivery to you. Therefore, you are advise to contact the Bank "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank) in order to receive/deliver your ATM CARD to you immediately. Please kindly contact the (Atm Department Unit), "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank) in the person of MR. SOLOMON OKOH so that your ATM CARD will be deliver to you as soon as possible.
Therefore, kindly contact MR. SOLOMON OKOH, operation Officer/Customer's Care (Atm Department Unit), "Guaranty Trust Bank" (GTBank) with the following information below,
Bank: Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) Nigeria
Address: 635 Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
Office/Dept: Atm Department Unit
Contact Officer: MR. SOLOMON OKOH
Finally, do provide, reconfirm and forward the following details/information upon contacting (GTBank) so that your ATM CARD will be deliver to you immediately.
1) YOUR FULL NAME:
2) DELIVERY ADDRESS:
3) PHONE NUMBER:
4) VALID ID CARD:
Ms. Esther Azaa Tankou
Directorate of Information and Communication
African Union Commission (AUC)
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