Levy Conely - United Nations Funds Delivery Agency - levyconely9@gmail.com

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Levy Conely - United Nations Funds Delivery Agency - levyconely9@gmail.com

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from: Levy Conely <levyconely9@gmail.com>
date: Nov 14, 2023, 7:22 PM
subject: Hi, How are you doing today? This is Levy Conely, your funds delivery agent from the United Nations Funds Delivery Agency, situated in New York City, USA. It's reported that this fund would have been delivered months ago, but due to some hitches surrounding the process, it could not get delivered. And now, we've come to the conclusion that we must come to the end of this, unless the beneficiary is not in support of it. I urge you to send me your full information for reconfirmation, such as; Your Full Name:....... House Address:...... Email Address:....... Phone Number:....... Nearest Airport:...... ID Photo:........ These are needed for the correct reconfirmation of your full details before the delivery. It's important to let you know that you have the sum of $15,000,000.00 (Fifteen million dollars) allocated to you. Kindly get back to me as soon as possible for an uninterrupted delivery of your funds. I await your kind response. Thank you. Levy Conely SDA
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