Tayler Rose Moore - United Nations - tomhealan2@gmail.com

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Tayler Rose Moore - United Nations - tomhealan2@gmail.com

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from: Tayler Rose Moore <taylerrosemoore3@gmail.com>
reply-to: tomhealan2@gmail.com
date: Nov 15, 2023, 5:55 AM
subject: Hello Sir/Madam
mailed-by: gmail.com

Hello Sir/Madam

Please be informed that we have just received Mr. Smith Joseph who is said to be your family Lawyer from the United Kingdom in our head office. He requested that you direct him to claim your overdue Fund on your behalf which made us to contact you.

As soon as we get confirmation from you the Approved Funds will be released to him, He has also confirmed you gave him the sum of $1,350.00 dollars for transfer charges. If the claim of Mr. Smith Joseph is false would you forward your details directly to the email contact below for the immediate processing/release of the Approved Funds to you.

1) Full name
2) Address
3) Direct Phone, fax / mobile line


If you have any objection do immediate Contact:

Millennial Bank United State of America
Name: Tom Healan
Email: tomhealan2@gmail.com

Your urgent response is needed.

Yours Faithfully,
Tayler Rose Moore
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