I believe this is another variety of Nigerian 419 scam, I've never seen this one before. It's kind of hard to follow. "Henry Jackson" says "God will bless you if you co-operate." Oh, the arrogance, the irony! LOL! He mentions a "West African Minister of Finance," a "global postal service (GPS)," and "unfinished transfers of funds." There's only one "GPS" that I know about, and it isn't that!
"Ministry" has "ordered" different banks and delivery companies to "release bank drafts" and "ATM cards" to the "GPS" so they can be "mailed out" to "rightful owners." "Henry" mentions no fee, but if he is contacted I'm sure the subject would come up very quickly. Click Here for samples of other delivery scams.
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