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- Posts: 5647
- Joined: 23 Jan 2020
from: office office <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Dec 24, 2021, 6:10 PM
subject: International Airport (IAD)
Attention my Dear Friend,
I'm Diplomatic,,Mr lafleur William leo bright I have been trying to rea.ch
you on your Email about an hours now,
just to inform you about my successful arrival in Washington Dulles
International Airport (IAD),
Sterling, VA 2020 22th , USA, with your consignment Box worth $10.5 Million
Dollars which I have been
instructed by I.C EXPRESS COURIER DELIVERY COMPANY to be delivered to you.
please you are to reconfirm your delivery information to me,
to avoid delivery to the wrong person such as,the following details
YOUR FULL NAME____?
YOUR HOME ADDRESS_____?
YOUR CURRENT TEL PHONE________?
Rev Mr lafleur William leo
Your DIPLOMATIC AGENT
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