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dhlcourierline123@gmail.com


Scam Email received June 16, 2018 from dhlcourierline123@gmail.com

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Sent from: Mrs.Helen Archer Attention: I have registered your ATM Master card of ( USD$10.5 Million Dollars USD ) with DHL COMPANY this morning as they agreed to the delivery of your ATM CARD to you, the DHL COMPANY will take off Monday morning been 18/5/2018 based on my agreement with them, so please re-confirmed your personal information to them Such as; Here is the information needed to deliver your ATM MASTER CARD to you. 1. Your Full Name:============= 2. Your Complete Address : ============== 3. Name of Country /City of Residence:================= 4. Direct Home Telephone /Mobile Number:============== 5. Your Age============ 6. Your Sex=========== 7. copy of your id for identifications if any; ================ Name of Director: MR. YANKA EDWARD E-MAIL: ( dhlcourierline123@gmail.com) number (+229 63012097)I have paid for the Insurance & activation.The only fee you have to pay is the compulsory $205 delivery fee only.Please indicate the registration Number and ask Him for the information to send the delivery fee as soon as possible okay. Once the DHL depart i we give you your tracking number of your package, Best Regards, Mrs.Helen Archer. dhlcourierline123@gmail.com

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