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Diplomat Andrew Peter - office4909@gmail.com

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from: office m449 <office4909@gmail.com>
date: Mar 3, 2020, 2:05 AM
subject: Re: Attention
mailed-by: gmail.com

Attention Beneficiary

I am Diplomat Andrew Peter, the United Nations special diplomat assigned to deliver your Consignment (World Bank approved fund valued US$10,625,000.00. Ten Million Six Hundred and Twenty Five Thousand United States Dollars)As a matter of urgency I hereby request you to immediately reconfirm your delivery details to enable me proceed without delays for the delivery of your consignment box to your doorstep. Please Kindly contact us here: officemail101@qq.com

Delivery Receiver Name:
Delivery Address:
Direct Telephone No:
Name of your nearest airport:
Company Name:
Your Age:

I look forward to meeting you in person for the handover/delivery of your consignment box.

Yours Sincerely,
Diplomat Andrew Peter
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