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contact diplomat with 2068667056
diplomatpetermark102@mail.com


Scam Email received June 23, 2018 from paolo.orsino@alice.it

diplomatpetermark102@mail.com
diplomatpetermark102@mail.com
Email From:

paolo.orsino@alice.it

Subject:

contact diplomat with 2068667056

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diplomatpetermark102@mail.com, diplomatpetermark102@mail.com

Email Subject:

contact diplomat with 2068667056


contact diplomat with 2068667056 – diplomatpetermark102@mail.com


Attn:Please Simply contact Diplomat Dr Peter Mark with your full delivery address And your nearest airport to land, on this information below so that he can deliver your Consignment Package worth $7.2Million ; Name: Dr Peter Mark contact Email: diplomatpetermark102@mail.com I advice you to reconfirm the following information below for him,So that he will deliver your package that contained your fund as soon as possible. (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 Airport right now because of the Searching and Scanning of the package which made he to misplace your address so contact him now. Please do not let him know that is fund in the consignment.Because i did not tell the company the contain of the consignment i registered the package as African cloth just for security reason. Regards, Rev Paol Vicent diplomatpetermark102@mail.com

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