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Scam Email received June 27, 2018 from kjo3852@daum.net

culmergprivate@outlook.com
culmergprivate@outlook.com
Email From:

kjo3852@daum.net

Subject:

Hello

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Email Subject:

Hello


Hello – culmergprivate@outlook.com


From: Mr. George Culmer Group Finance Director of Lloyds Banking Group United Kingdom 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN www.lloydsbankinggroup.com Good Day, I have a very important message for you, this message so i decided to reach you directly. George Culmer and I are presently working as a Group Finance Director at the Lloyds Banking Group UK. But at this moment i am constrained to let you know about it until i get your candid acceptance by mail. Please take a moment of your very busy schedule today and get back to me in the future. I will give you more information about it.Do revert back to my email address on (culmergprivate@outlook.com). Thanks and I will wait your urgent reply. Yours Truly, Mr. George Culmer +44 744 0933 708 culmergprivate@outlook.com

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