10 Million Dollars for You!
The sender of this email is claming that after you give them your personal information (full name, address, phone, valid ID, occupation, age/sex), you will receive a Visa ATM Card with ten million dollars on it! Now that sounds way too good to be true. Here's why:
The first major red flag is that the email is asking for personal information for a bank in Benin Republic, which is a country in Africa, as "quickly as possible". Secondly, how do you have ten million dollars waiting for you? That sounds like the beginning of a scam. Don't fall for it. Also, the email is sent from email@example.com, even though the sender is in Benin, Africa.
The verdict: this is a phishing scam.