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Steve - stevenoffice1@protonmail.com

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from: Steve <noreply@optus.com.au>
reply-to: stevenoffice1@protonmail.com
date: Nov 22, 2020, 3:16 PM
subject: Hi.
mailed-by: optus.com.au

Hi. Reconfirm your details if you received my previous email concerning your life insurance fund.
WARNING: Do not contact the sender of the above email nor provide them with any of your personal information or personal documents because this email is a fraudulent criminal scam designed only to steal your money. All claims made within the above email are 100% lies fabricated by an internet scammer and this scammer will never provide you with any money, assets, merchandise, friendship, romance, or anything of value. Scammers operate using totally fake identities, thus their name (and any employment, occupation or location information that they provide) is always all completely fraudulent. And any file attachments that they send you of personal ID cards, documents (government, corporate, legal, or financial), or any photographs will all be forged or stolen and the files may contain viruses. Any links to websites that they send you should also be avoided as they may be malicious and contain malware. In conclusion, do not send any money to this scammer or you will lose it permanently. If you communicate with this scammer then you also risk having your identity stolen (and used for illegal activities) plus you may fall deeper into financial, legal, and physical danger. See here to learn how we know that the above email is definitely a scam. Contact us here if you had any interactions with a scammer and need support.

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David Edwards - stevenoffice1@protonmail.com

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from: Steve Office <stevenoffice1@protonmail.com>
reply-to: Steve Office <stevenoffice1@protonmail.com>
date: Nov 22, 2020, 3:27 PM
subject: Dear
mailed-by: gmail.com
signed-by: protonmail.com

Dear

My name is David Edwards. I work with one of the biggest banks here in London, England.I have discovered unclaimed inheritance fund worth Seven million five hundred thousand pounds which belongs to my late client Mr.Brain . The bank now mandated his attorney to provide any of his relative so they can effect payment of his funds. I am contacting you so we can put a claim and get the funds.If you are interested in working with me, kindly send me the following information :
1. Your full name :
2. Your address :
3. Your telephone numbers :
4. Your profession :

Regards,

David Edwards.
WARNING: Do not contact the sender of the above email nor provide them with any of your personal information or personal documents because this email is a fraudulent criminal scam designed only to steal your money. All claims made within the above email are 100% lies fabricated by an internet scammer and this scammer will never provide you with any money, assets, merchandise, friendship, romance, or anything of value. Scammers operate using totally fake identities, thus their name (and any employment, occupation or location information that they provide) is always all completely fraudulent. And any file attachments that they send you of personal ID cards, documents (government, corporate, legal, or financial), or any photographs will all be forged or stolen and the files may contain viruses. Any links to websites that they send you should also be avoided as they may be malicious and contain malware. In conclusion, do not send any money to this scammer or you will lose it permanently. If you communicate with this scammer then you also risk having your identity stolen (and used for illegal activities) plus you may fall deeper into financial, legal, and physical danger. See here to learn how we know that the above email is definitely a scam. Contact us here if you had any interactions with a scammer and need support.

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