Ilze Juhansome - European Union - [email protected]

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Ilze Juhansome - European Union - [email protected]

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from: Ilze Juhansome <[email protected]>
date: Jul 29, 2020, 1:25 PM
subject: ATTN: DEAR BENEFICIARY. RE: COMPENSATION FUNDS OF EURO 2,500,000.00 TO YOUR FAVOUR.
mailed-by: gmail.com

ATTN: DEAR BENEFICIARY.

RE: COMPENSATION FUNDS OF EURO 2,500,000.00 TO YOUR FAVOUR.

This is to inform you that the EU and UN approved these funds EURO 2,500,000.00 to your name because of the lost funds you have encountered in the hands of the fraudsters in Africa and COVID-19 PANDEMIC. NOTE: Your payment file will be moved to the BNP PARIBAS Bank in France through the Senior Consultant which will get an appointment on your behalf with the BNP PARIBAS and before your travelling to the French Bank to receive your funds EURO 2,500,000.00 right inside the Bank after your opening of an account with the Bank in France Ok.

You should send your full contact Information including your Telephone numbers for easy communications with you and also, attach your I.D CARD or your International Passport Copy when replying this Message to me so i can be sure i am dealing with the right Beneficiary.

Thanks for your understanding and waiting for your urgent Reply.

Yours Faithfully,
Ilze Juhansome
European Union EU Secretary General.
Address: Calle de Bailén 41 Madrid, 28005 España.
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