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- Scam Wrecker
- Posts: 2885
- Joined: 13 Aug 2020
from: gabriele antonio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Nov 15, 2023, 8:43 AM
Congratulations Dear Winner
We the entire United Nations Organization Mo-lottery company hereby inform you that you won a prize fund of $1.500,000 million US dollars" from the Mo-lottery Prize 2022 to 2023 I want you to understand that the lottery is organized ( international monetary funds IMF MoLottery2022 to 2023), we have contact your email address know response, here is a website where you
can check About our organization check it yourself,
DATE OF WINNING WINNING NUMBERS
Date Winning: Saturday, Sep 13, 2023
winning number: 132021253644
winning amount: Est. Jackpot $1.5 Million
What you have to do contact DR.KENNEDY OZUKA , with office email address [email@example.com] send him your full names and your winning number he we guide you how you can receive your winning funds
Congratulations in advance
Mr OSCAR CABRERA
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