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Scam Email received May 30, 2021 from phsandra00w@gmail.com

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Can you handle this contract: – phsandra00w@gmail.com


Hello, I have a very profitable business which I would like your company to handle and execute on a partnership basis. There is this wealthy cattle farmer who needs a very important cattle vaccine. We will get the vaccine at a price of USD575 per carton and sell to the farmer at USD1250 per carton. The farmer will make an upfront payment of 70% of his total order to your company and pay the balance 30% when the shipment is ready. He needs more than 3000 cartons now. Can you get back to me for details? This contract is 100% risk free and guaranteed returns. Regards, David Pascal phsandra00w@gmail.com

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