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#237890 by Grandma Grim Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:33 am
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Attn; May South,


I am Mr. Paul Silver, the manager of the United Bank of Africa Customer fulfillments Center (CFC-UBA group). We wish to acknowledge the receipt of your email and this is to bring to your notice that we have been having a meeting for the past month which ended last week with the former secretary to the federal Government of Benin Republic High Court.

We officially want to know exactly the type of photo you want us to send to you and it will be our pleasure to do that as soon as we hear from you.

Making the world a better place

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. Paul Silver
The manager United Bank of Africa
Customer fulfillments Center (CFC-UBA group).
+229-67170167

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#237892 by Grandma Grim Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:46 am
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Attn; May South,


I got your email and based on your request, I hereby send you my official working id including some of personal pictures for your perusal. This is just for you to be sure of who you are dealing with and also be rest assured that you are in a save hand.

You can view the attached copies herein.

If your are satisfy and clear then, get back to me as urgent as possible with the listed information as stated below:

1. Your full name
2. Your current address
3. Your Direct Mobile Phone number and fax{if any}
4. Your occupation and position
5. Your Nationality.

Note as soon as the above listed information’s are reconfirmed by you, there shall not be any further delay in processing your transaction.

Thanks

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. Paul Silver
The manager United Bank of Africa
Customer fulfillments Center (CFC-UBA group).
+229-67170167

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