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- Scam Wrecker
- Posts: 2785
- Joined: 31 Aug 2021
from: Mr John Williams <email@example.com>
date: Dec 19, 2021, 4:41 PM
subject: Re: Hope This Emails Finds Well?
In regard to these new developments and Resolution to your payment,
Please I Plead with you to treat the email very urgently and never
ignore it as soon as you receive this email.
Will you accept your Scam Victims Compensation Fund Worthy
$10.5Million Via Gold, What I mean is this, Due to Challenges you are
having receiving your Fund through Several Airport paying Customs fee
and Other Airport Authorities fee Banks and Other.
We have decided to Buy a 18k = 18/24 = 75% Gold Worth of $10.5Million
And Ship it to you, No Authorities stops any Consignment containing
Gold, If you accepted the Idea, Congratulation and get back to you, It
will only cost you the shipping fee only And Once you receive the
Gold, You can resell it.
Mr John Williams .
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