This is Mrs. Paula P. Mello from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
On November 13th, 2016, we intercepted a package containing a certified bank check worth $5 Million U.S. Dollars apparently coming from Benin, a country in West Africa. The delivery agent told us that you were the intended recipient. The delivery agent was deported to Benin on November 30th, 2016 because he arrived in United States with the Tax Clearance of the certified bank check. Since then, I have been sending emails to you. I sent three emails to you, informing you that we have your certified bank check is in our custody but you did not reply those emails. This very email is the fourth email I've sent to you regarding the same information. Now, are you no longer interested in receiving your funds? If you really know that you are no longer interested in the funds, positively state that you are giving up so that we can send the certified bank check back to the Benin government where it came from. In other words, if you are still interested, you need to pay $99.00 USD for the Tax Clearance and your certified bank check will be delivered to you. This is all that we need to secure the Tax Clearance and to send your certified bank check to your house. Reconfirm your home address upon responding to this email.
Mrs. Paula P. Mello,
U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
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Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2019 22:04:58 +0000 (UTC) From: "U.S. Internal Revenue Service" <email@example.com> Reply-To: "U.S. Internal Revenue Service" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Your Certified Bank Check Has Been In Our Custody For More Than Two Years Now.