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from: Vital Information <>
date: Dec 6, 2021, 9:04 PM
subject: Your Package Ok

U.S.Custom and Border Protection
Cargo Clearing/Delivery Unit,
JFK International Airport,
New York

Final Notice of Your Package with Reg #: :AB335493XXK and code 0021.Did you send one Mr: David Krogman from Wisconsin, United States to claim your package valued at us $10.5 million from JFK International Airport, New York,because he wants to make some change of ownership and pay for the United States Non Inspection Charges which is $1,700USD and the delivery charges of $895 for your package to be released to him on your behalf?

kindly reconfirm asap to avoid wrong delivery.


Mr:Bell Danny
Cargo Clearing/Delivery Unit
Tel +1 669 225 2402
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