Allegedly from: ATM CENTRE DEPARTMENT Mr. John White at

Email is spoofed and is trying to make it look like it comes from And if the message was really for you, why don't they even know your name?

U.B.A, has finalize all the necessary arrangement that your fund of ($3.5USD)has been approved by the border directors of U.B.A Bank, you will be receiving your (ATM) card today. Furthermore our attorney will go to the inland revenue tax office to obtain a letter of administration tax clearance approval on your behalf from high Court. Fill in the required blanket bellow with your current information to avoid wrong delivery.

Your name:.............
Your current address:.............
Your Age:....................
Direct phone number:........

Please Contact ATM CENTRE DEPARTMENT and asked them the amount of delivry ATM CARD.
Contact E_mail:{ atmcentredepartment at }

Best Regard
managing director
Mr.John White

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Email Spoofing

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