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- Scammer Slammer
- Posts: 1580
- Joined: 24 Jan 2020
from: Dr Mohammad Hussain <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Jun 10, 2021, 2:14 PM
subject: Are you still alive please get back to me ASAP!
The Office Dr. Muhammad Hussain,
Ecowas Financial Controller
7th Floor Ecowas Building
Tel / +228 92 98 20 35
Email / email@example.com
We have received a file from one Mr. William Mike,of Federal Bureau of
Investigation.And after our verifications we found out that the funds
belong to You.
Well,we do not know if you are death or alive but if you are still
alive and sure you are the original owner of this fund with Ecobank,
I will proceed to release the funds to you,but I would like
to ask you some questions for me to ascertain if you are the rightful owner.
1) I want you to forward your passport copy to verify if the same
withthe one in the file.
2) Again I want you to mention the said amount since you said it is
yours, to enable me know if it's the exact amount or another amount is
3) Thirdly, I would like you to forward any document within your reach
that may confirm from your side to ensure this fund did not ends in
wrong in persons hand.
As soon as I received those items and confirm that you are the
original owner of the funds, I will then proceed in releasing youraca
funds to you as the owner.
I am looking forward for your urgent reply,
Dr. Muhammad Hussain.
Are you still alive please get back to me ASAP!
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