Rebecka Juliet - Purchasing Scammer - rebeckajuliet@yahoo.com

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Rebecka Juliet - Purchasing Scammer - rebeckajuliet@yahoo.com

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from: Rebecka Juliet <rebeckajuliet@yahoo.com>
date: Nov 2, 2020, 1:45 PM
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Ok with your price, and condition I will add the 5% PayPal charge give me your PayPal email so i can proceed with the payment, my shipping agent will be coming for the pick up after i complete the payment and you get your money, I have discuss with the shipping agent as regards the pick up, but i want you to consider me as your final buyer. I was living in Uppsala before but currently working outside Sweden but now I'm buying it for use in Greece where i currently need it for immediate use.

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Am so ready to buy and pay for this including the transfer PayPal charges.

Send me that for the payment and shipping of the item. I hope to read it soon.
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