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Can you handle this project?
felixjohnson732@yahoo.com


Scam Email received July 3, 2018 from felixjohnson732@yahoo.com

felixjohnson732@yahoo.com
felixjohnson732@yahoo.com
Email From:

felixjohnson732@yahoo.com

Subject:

Can you handle this project?

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felixjohnson732@yahoo.com,

Email Subject:

Can you handle this project?


Can you handle this project? – felixjohnson732@yahoo.com


May Almighty God Bless You!!! I have a Mutual/Beneficial Business Project that would be benificial to you. I only have two questions to ask of you, if you are interested. 1. Can you handle this project? 2. Can I give you this trust ? Please note that the deal requires high level of maturity, honesty and secrecy. This will involve moving some money from my office, on trust to your hands or bank account. Also note that i will do everything to make sure that the money is moved as a purely legitimate fund, so you will not be exposed to any risk. I request for your full co-operation. I will give you details and procedure when I recieve your reply.To commence this transaction, I require you to immediately indicate your interest by a return reply. I will be waiting for your response in a timely manner. Best Regard, Mr. Ben David felixjohnson732@yahoo.com

The above email is a scam. If you still think is legitimate, but you’re still concerned, then follow these steps:

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