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Lt Ted More - westafricarecoveryunit6@gmail.com

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from: Lt. Ted More <joshuaotisturnersinger1@gmail.com>
reply-to: westafricarecoveryunit6@gmail.com
date: Apr 8, 2020, 6:22 PM
subject: RE INQUIRY OF GOOD NEWS
mailed-by: gmail.com

Office.of.the.Scam Monitoring Unit
Plot 134 Victoria Island,
Lagos.Nigeria.
Email Address: ( westafricarecoveryunit6@gmail.com )
Tel...+2349075302390
Tel....+234807682931

Date..8th April 2020

Attention:Sir /Maden

We are glad to inform you that we have arrested some scammers /
fraudsters after series of investigation from our investigation dept.
of the West African

Money recovery Unit. We are sponsored by United Nations under crimes
and headed by an American professional detective Lt. Ted Moore who is
in charge of Fund

transfer. We find out that you were defrauded so much money by this
scammer of which United Nations have decided to compensate you all
that you lost to him.

if you are ready to get your recovered Fund get back to us and we
will tell you what to do..

We are mandated and committed to serve you as United Nations pays our salary.

Regards
Lt. Ted More
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