Karen Waters - Los Angeles International Airport - mrskarenwaters22@gmail.com

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Karen Waters - Los Angeles International Airport - mrskarenwaters22@gmail.com

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from: MRS KAREN WATERS <mrskarenwaters22@gmail.com>
date: Mar 2, 2020, 2:16 PM
subject: Dear
mailed-by: gmail.com

Good day, I am Mrs.Karen Waters the Baggage storage facilities manager
I work at the Los Angeles International Airport,(Lax) CA 90010,
honestly the said fund was abandoned for our warehouse for past nine
months now and nobody ask for it therefore i have decide to change the
ownership of the fund to your name and transfer the fund to your
account after everything you return 20% to me please i want us to do
it secrete for now until i get the ownership certificate from the
country originated Embassy in Airport so i want you to text me to my
number so we can start process the fund from tomorrow because am busy
today so here is my number +1 424-256-7549

Thank you
Best Regards,
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