Dear Beneficiary, Your ATM Master Card Worth $2,900,000 USD HasBeen Approved Today.

Warning! This is a scam letter. Never respond to it.

Sent from: Rose Ben

Dear Beneficiary,

This is to bring to your notice that because of the impossibility of your fund transfer through the Money Gram network, we have credited your total sum $2,900,000 USD in ATM MASTER CARD and I have paid the re-activation fee and the delivery of the ATM Card to your address.

I paid it because the ATM Card worth of $2,900,000 USD , which I have registered it for delivery yesterday has less than 21 days to expire in the custody of the UPS Company and when it expires, the money will go into Federal Government treasury account. With that we decided to help you pay off the money so that the ATM Card will not expire, 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 Rev Anthony of UPS Express at: with your current 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 re-activation, delivery and the company registration charges has been paid by me, but we did not pay their official keeping fees since they refused, they refused and the reason is that they do not know when you are going to contact them and the demur-rage might have increased by then, They told me that their keeping fees is $45 per day only, and I deposited it today on 10th of May 2018.

Below is the Contact Information of the UPS, Express Customer Service Director Rev john Anthony Email: (1.) (2.); (3.) Phone: unmber +234 803 280 8247 contact all to avoid dealy.

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.

Mrs. Rose Ben,