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Yacouba Thomas - [email protected]

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from: Mr.Yacouba Thomas. <[email protected]> via yahoo.com
reply-to: [email protected]
date: Jul 30, 2020, 10:51 AM
subject: MR. YACOUBA THOMAS'TAN.
signed-by: yahoo.com

Dear Beneficiary:

Your ATM CARD is $ 675,000 (Six hundred and
seventy-five thousand US dollars)
(Post Code awb 33x5zs) registration code please
Your Name, Address and Your
Phone number:

Contact the Shipping Company ( [email protected] )
Contact person Adas Williams
As I wrote below with your full information
Recipient name
Address
country
Phone number

Let me know after receiving your ATM CARD.

Best regards,
Mr. Yacouba Thomas.

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Sayın Yararlanıcı:

ATM KARTINIZI 675.000 $ (Altı yüz ve
yetmiş beş bin ABD doları)
(Gönderi Kodu awb 33x5zs) kayıt kodu lütfen
İsminiz, Adresiniz ve Sizin
Telefon numarası:

Nakliye Şirketi ile iletişim kurun ([email protected])
İlgili kişi Mr. Adas Williams
Tam bilgilerinizle aşağıda yazdığım gibi
Alıcı adı
Adres
ülke
Telefon numarası

ATM KARTINIZI aldıktan sonra bana bildirin.

Saygılarımla,
Bay Yacouba Thomas.
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