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from: Raydmond Smith <>
date: Jan 4, 2022, 3:49 AM
subject: This is Diplomat Mr.smith Raymond

This is Diplomat Mr.smith Raymond, I write to let you know that I have paid
the money that hold me since and everything about the delivery of your
package has been concluded successful, package will deliver to you
The only thing that will be my delay now is $75 for security keeping
of your package.
but it need to pay so that i will proceed, all other delivery
documents obtain here in united State but only the security keeping
fee they persisted it must pay before i proceed,
So I want you to try all your possible best to send the $75 today
because nothing hold your package any more,so you have to Send the
money to this person direct through western union or money gram and
get back to me
with the full information in text,so that my company will put it in my ATM
card and i will withdraw it here and pay them so that them will leave
your package and i will proceed to your country that you give me the address,
Receiver name, awoudou rekya
Country, Benin
City, Porto-novo
Text Question, Sure
Answer, Yes
Sender name and address
I look forward to hear from you because nothing more hold your package
here accept this security keeping fee $75,And i have call Sylvia and
told her every thing,
Thank. Diplomat Mr.smith Raymond
call or text (706) 250-1033
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