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- Posts: 983
- Joined: 29 Jan 2020
from: Rollins Summers <email@example.com>
date: Oct 14, 2020, 3:30 AM
subject: Thanks for the opportunity
Sorry to reply you late , I was sick and I could not contact you ; thanks for the opportunity to work with you to release your consignments from JFK international Airport ,as I told you in my previous mail I discovered your consignments abandoned in the airport ,The consignment are two metal boxes with an undisclosed sum of money , I have decided to attach to this mail a picture of the consignments captured during my inspection so that you can testify that what I am telling you is true. and genuine All I need to do is to obtain the required documents to release the consignments since your consignments are no longer under my authority and I no longer have access to them ; I will pay for the non inspection fees and warehouse charges and I will proceed with the delivery to your address , Please can you specify your nearest international Airport? see attached the picture of your consignments to this mail
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