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Factory of Hometextile products-Best quality cheapest price

Scam Email received 7/2/2020

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jesse.qin@bedshe.com, jesse.qin@bedshe.com

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Factory of Hometextile products-Best quality cheapest price

Factory of Hometextile products-Best quality cheapest price – jesse.qin@bedshe.com

Dear Friend:This is Jesse from Joyday Silk Road Corp in China. We are a Homtextile factory, having over 40 years’ experience in this field with the brand of Naturelife.Our products cover: Blankets (Flannel, Fleece, Cotton, Weighted, Wearable), Duvet Cover Set, Pillowcases, Bedsheet Set, Quilt Set, Comforter Set, Mattress Pad (Protecter) and Pet Supplies.With the integration of R&D, Multi-category and Production, our one-stop service contributes the large export to European and American markets. Our own brand Naturelife is well received by the markets as the market share is increasing year by year. Best regards,JesseJesse.Qin | Account ManagerM: +86 15806175770 |F: +86 51088266987Email : Jesse.Qin@bedshe.com/Jesse.Qin@otsukeori.cnComplaints Email : blanket@otsukeori.cnwebsite : https://www.blanketalk.com / wxblanket.en.alibaba.com……………………………………………………………………………If you no longer wish to receive these emails, click on the following link: unsubscribe Jesse – jesse.qin@bedshe.com

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  4. Check if the email has been sent to multiple people

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