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from: Funds compensation International remittance <funds.compensation.remittance@gmail.com>
date: Mar 30, 2021, 8:28 AM
subject: Funds Compensation and International Remittance Office.
mailed-by: gmail.com

Attn:

Due to the scamming activities going on around the globe.Funds Compensation and International remittance office, have decided to compensate you with four million ,five hundred thousand united states dollar ($4.5million USD).

If you are interested then you get back to us on how you want to receive the ($4.5million USD).

The following details are needed from us:

Your Full names, address, telephone number, marital status and age.

Please note that it will only cost you $380usd.

Please if you are interested kindly send the $380usd to the Bitcoin/Blockchain wallet, Sendvalu.com, Worldremit and Rocket Remit.

If you have the money at hand and you feel like sending through Bitcoin wallet,then use the Bitcoin wallet details below:

1L9evQU5p6Rnyb7nvorUQ7bbAd2Z89Bt4h

Regards and awaits your urgent response.

Director of Operations.

Funds Compensation and International Remittance Office.
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