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- Scam Wrecker
- Posts: 2550
- Joined: 25 Jan 2020
from: Mathew Lucas, lawyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Nov 13, 2023, 3:55 AM
subject: Pickup recipient name listed Below
Sir, I need a response to my previous mail to enable me to deliver
your First ATM Payment schedule to meet your bills and help you
eliminate debt entirely. is waiting for your data to be sent and you
can now buy a house or land with the new ATM once you receive it,
Verify details and nearest airport, Pickup recipient name listed Below
1 Verify Pickup recipient Name and mailing address
2 Mobile Telephone....
3 Age& nearest airport
4 occupations of receivers
5 Whatsapp numbers if any.....
The bank informs you that it will be delivered within 72 hours as you
validate to avoid sending packages to the wrong address, I can no
longer contact you by phone because you have not provided telephone
communication, but if I have your whatsapp chat, I can send the
package development quote for your reference. Cause it does no good
for any man to make his followers sad with late payment or to have a
suspicious attitude of treating him for not fulfilling the contract
invoice to retain a package that is already labeled. I'm not a bad
person to confiscate funds from citizens, but I'm hoping to deliver as
soon as you return with details attached.
Congratulations and keep me updated
Mathew Lucas, lawyer
Deputy Manager of Social Assistance and Foreign Operator
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