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James Daniel Mixon - Western Union - [email protected]

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from: [email protected]
date: Jul 29, 2020, 9:54 PM
subject: Attention
mailed-by: gmail.com
signed-by: web.de

This notification is from the western union money transfer, we are glad to inform you about your reward as our own contribution to support all our loyal customers during this Convid-19, Western Union has find you whalthy of this reward which is in the sum of $25,000 .00 USD.

In this regards without any wasting of time we are sending to you your transfer details to enable you pick up your reward fund from any western union office close to you:..

Receiver Name:
Receiver Country: USA
MTCN Number: 813 873 7713

Once again we want to say congratulations,
From Western Union Admisstrative,
Mr. James Daniel Mixon
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