Shoeib Reza Choudhury - DHL - mrshoeibreza@gmail.com

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Shoeib Reza Choudhury - DHL - mrshoeibreza@gmail.com

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from: MR SHOEIB REZA <mrshoeibreza@gmail.com>
date: Jan 12, 2021, 2:43 PM
subject: (URGENT REPLY)
mailed-by: gmail.com

(URGENT REPLY)

this message is to inform you that we have succeeded on the delivery of your fund.Simply contact Diplomat Mr sunny william with your full delivery address And your nearest airport to land,
on this information below so that he can deliver your consignment box worth $2.5Million, Contact Name: Mr sunny william contact Email: (diplomat864@gmail.com) I advice you to reconfirm the following information below to him,So that he will deliver your consignment that contained your fund as soon as possible.

(1)Your Full Name=========
(2)Mobile Phone Number======
(3)Current Home Address=====
(4)Fax Number==============
(5)Country=================
(6)City====================
(7)Nearest Airport ==========

Mr sunny william was at Airport right now because of the Searching and Scanning of the consignment which made him to misplace your address,so contact him now.Be inform that to open the consignment the secret code;is (86708),and the diplomat did not know the code due to I registered the box as personal belonging to avoid wrong delivery.

Regards,
MR SHOEIB REZA CHOUDHURY,
Director DHL Company.
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