Hmm let's see. The "British High Commission" has "received scam reports" from four different African countries, which I am assuming are part of the British Commonwealth. This "consulate" says he has sent scam victims' names and their e-mail addresses along for "your perusal." He didn't send them, but adds that they are supposedly listed with the "Nigerian Financial Intelligent Unit" (NFIU). Yes, not intelligence, but "intelligent" LOL. A "recompensation ATM Card," which does not exist, has supposedly been sent out to all victims, including you, but yours remains undelivered, of course. African couriers have been abolished due to corruption, so they have contracted with DHL and something called "EMS Speed Post" to "safely deliver" your nonexistent ATM Card to your doorstep. You should also stop contacting "fake lawyers and security companies" who "conspired to scam you," and you should contact this scammer's secretary. The irony in this scam, posted Here, is deeper than the Pacific Ocean LOL. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
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