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from: United Nations (UN) <jgreed59@yahoo.com>
reply-to: fw6921689@gmail.com
date: Aug 22, 2020, 9:53 AM
subject: Package Delivery
mailed-by: gmail.com
signed-by: yahoo.com

Attention

This is Frank Williams the UN Diplomatic Agent mandated to convey your
$5,500,000.00 usd package consignment.

The total sum of $5.5 Million usd have been approved for immediate
payment to you by the United Nations (UN) compensation scheme and you
are one of the beneficiaries.

Right now i am at the International Airport with your fund package waiting
for clearance airport cargo terminal and immediate delivery to you as directed.

Please reconfirm the below information to avoid wrong delivery;

Full Name
Address
Phone
Nearest Airport

I will be waiting for your response with the information requested.

Regards

Frank Williams
UN Diplomatic Agent.
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