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- Scammer Slammer
- Posts: 1272
- Joined: 15 Sep 2021
from: Mrs. Chantal Kone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Jan 24, 2022, 2:34 PM
subject: I HOPE YOU STILL REMEMBER ME?
Hello my dearest,
Greetings to you and I hope this mail gets to you in good health. I
don't know if you will remember me? I contacted you some time ago
regarding the projects I wanted you to help me with which never worked
out for which I don't really know your reasons.
I am happy to inform you about my success in getting those funds
transferred under the co-operation of a new partner from South Korea,
presently I am in a hospital in South Korea undergoing surgical
operation while Mr. Chug Lee is working on the charity projects.
Meanwhile, I didn't forget your past efforts and attempts to assist me
in transferring those funds despite that it failed.
Before I travelled with Mr. Chug Lee, I asked my bank to issue you an
ATM CARD worth USD $450,000.00 which I kept for you for all the past
efforts and attempts you made to assist me.
I am in the hospital and still weak due to my health condition,
please, I want you to contact Mr. Martin Zeb, he is the man in charge
of the DHL Courier Service delivery company Benin, I want you to
contact him now with your delivery address.
Phone +229 55064995
Contact person: Mr. Martin Zeb
Reconfirm the below information while contacting the DHL office:
1. Full Names:
2. Residential Address:
3. Phone Number:
I appreciate all your efforts at that time. Please feel free to get in
touch with DHL and instruct them where to send the ATM CARD to you.
Thanks and may God bless you.
Mrs. Chantal Kone.
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