Call or SMS : 917}720-2391 email@example.com
Scam Email received June 20, 2018 from WWW.firstname.lastname@example.org
Call or SMS : 917}720-2391
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Call or SMS : 917}720-2391
Call or SMS : 917}720-2391 – email@example.com
Urgent Attention: We have finally succeeded in getting your package worthy of $3.5Million out of delivery your consignment with the help of Dr David Don Attorney General of Federal High Court of Justice Benin which act as your foreign Attorney representative here in Nigeria. So every necessary arrangement has been made successfully with the Agent Mr.John peter of your package and every Documents guiding your delivery is well updated so you are advice to re-confirm your full delivery information to the Agent right now as he is currently at John F. Kennedy International Airport in USA with your consignment box, As he called me this morning to inform me that he misplaced your delivery address which he has. So you are advice to reconfirm your full delivery information to the diplomat and call him with this Number 917}720-2391 so as to have easy conversation with him and to enable you give him full direction to get your package delivered to you and hand you over your package safe and sound, Furthermore you are advice to be very fast as the Agent Mr. John Peter has no time to waste due to his flight ticket, So the Information you are Required to Reconfirm to the Agent is as Follow. (1)Your Full NAME (2)Mobile Phone Number : (3)Current Home Address: (4)Fax Number: (5)Country (6)City (7)Nearest Airport: As he is at John F. Kennedy International Airport in USA right now because of the Searching and Scanning of the consignment box which made him to misplace your address (8) A Copy of Your I D For attached Identification. So contact him to deliver your package first thing tomorrow morning possibly today, So get back to us immediately you contact the Agent to make sure that your fund has getting to you without any hitch, Please try to make sure that you contact him with this INFORMATION. Name- Agent: Mr. John Peter Email :firstname.lastname@example.org Call or SMS : 917}720-2391 So contact him to deliver your Consignment box first thing tomorrow morning possibly today, So get back to us immediately you contact the Agent to make sure that your fund has getting to you without any hitch, Furthermore remember the Agent delivering the Consignment Box does not know the content of that consignment box is money, Because the Attorney which represented you registered it as a family value to avoid hitch during the delivery so unknown circumstances should you let him know the content of that consignment box is to avoid lost of your fund as your Consignment was Sign and Stamp by Federal Ministry of Justice to make sure that it is protected until it gets to you.. Regards JOHNSON Moon email@example.com
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