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Sarah Williams - alexanmichbd1@outlook.com

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from: Mrs. Sarah Williams <mrs.sarahwilliams0147@gmail.com>
reply-to: alexanmichbd1@outlook.com
date: 5 Jan 2022, 20:40
subject: YOUR UNCLAIMED FUND.
mailed-by: gmail.com

Attn Please;

I am Mrs. Sarah Williams., an Australian citizen.

I am one of those who have been paying thousands of dollars to receive
(Compensation, Winnings, Lottery and Inheritance) fund online many
years ago but all to no avail.

I met a long time friend who works with the FBI; He gave me the
information that all unclaimed fund has been moved to a Corporate
Finance House in the United States due to fraudulent activities on the
internet.

I was able to travel down to the United States through the help of my
friend and I met with the agent in charge who showed me the full
information of those that are yet to receive their payments and I saw
your name as one of the beneficiaries, and your email address.

I decided to email you to stop dealing with who ever that is
contacting you about your fund, they are not with your fund, they are
only trying to make money out of you.

I will advise you to contact Mr. Alexander Michael he is the agent in charge.

You have to contact him directly on this information below.
CORPORATE FINANCE HOUSE.
Name : Mr. Alexander Michael
Email : alexanmichbd1@outlook.com

Contact him with your full contact information including your phone
number(s) with your house contact address.

I am 100% sure that he will assist you in receiving your fund.

NOTE: The only money I paid after I met Mr. Alexander Michael was just
$375 for the paper works and necessary documents, that was all.

I wish you the best of luck,

Mrs. Sarah Williams.
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