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GOOD DAY "
dr.henrycosh09@gmail.com


Scam Email received June 15, 2018 from dr.henrycosh09@gmail.com

dr.henrycosh09@gmail.com
dr.henrycosh09@gmail.com
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GOOD DAY "

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GOOD DAY "


GOOD DAY " – dr.henrycosh09@gmail.com


Sent from: Mrs.Rakia Abube Good day : The cheque has been deposited with Bank Of Africa under the care of ( Dr.Henry Cosh ) as we discussed. Please mail him immediately to do the wire transfer to you. I am in Brasil now. I kept ( USD $4.5 Million USD ) cashier cheque and will send you the rest of money after my business trip here.I send you so many mails but all bounced back. So mail ( Dr.Henry Cosh) with below email for him to send the cheque to you: here is his email:( dr.henrycosh09@gmail.com ) or call him at: (+229) 60397733 Kindly re-confirm to him your personal information per as follow: Your full name.. Your house address Your direct phone number . Your occupation .. Your country&s name . Your age . Bank details as he requested Thanks and do let me know when you receive it.. Please, i have paid for the remittance of this cheque, the only Money they might demand from you is the transfer charges which is negotiable. Best regards. Mrs.Rakia Abube. dr.henrycosh09@gmail.com

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