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Hello Dear ,Your Fund The Sum Of $20 Millions also send me a text message at (202) 871-5097

Scam Email received July 5, 2018 from governmenthouseofnigeriamrtony@gmail.com

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Hello Dear ,Your Fund The Sum Of $20 Millions also send me a text message at (202) 871-5097

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Hello Dear ,Your Fund The Sum Of $20 Millions also send me a text message at (202) 871-5097

Hello Dear ,Your Fund The Sum Of $20 Millions also send me a text message at (202) 871-5097 – governmenthouseofnigeriamrtony@gmail.com

Sent from: MRS. MELANIA TRUMP FROM DESK OF MRS. MELANIA TRUMP.YOUR LAST NOTICE. Re: Hello Dear ,Your Fund The Sum Of $20 Millions also send me a text message at (202) 871-5097 I am Mrs. Melania Trump and I am written to inform you about your ATM CARD brought by the United state Embassy from the government of Nigeria Republic in the white house Washington DC which contains the sum of $20.000.000 Millions us dollars credited from the UBA bank, the delivery of your funds has been mandated to be deliver to your address on today as soon as you get back to me with your home address . Bear in mind that I have taking my time to be in charge of your funds as instructed by my husband to ensure that you received your funds successfully from the white house to reduce the economy and I&m the only one that has your funds in regard to my husband Mr. Donald Trump and you will have to pay the sum of $125.00 only before your ATM CARD will deliver to you on today, the reason why the fee is required is to have your funds clearance paper from the origin of the funds to avoid any harassment from the authority and you are also expecting to be announce as winner of the said amount by today as soon as your fund is delivered to you. So you are urgent advised to get back to me with your home address and also the payment information today for immediate effect of your delivery. Note that the $125.00 is the only fee and final payment you have my assurance . However , according to our agreement with the originated Benin Republic , all our communications should be on email for record purpose so follow my instruction accordingly, even if you don&t have the $125 try to borrow it and send it immediately because this is your life opportunity and I don&t want you to lose the chance any more . Please I will advice you to urgent make the payment via Western Union or Money Gram Money transfer to the listed cashier information as instructed you by the originated authority. I will look forward to received your email today with the payment to enable the origin secure the required clearance papers required at White House Benin to deliver your funds. Note that it will take only 14hrs to deliver your ATM CARD in receipt of the $125 payment . Please find the payment data below to send the $125 Via Western Union or Money Gram. 1. Receiver Name…………( Anyawu Michael) 2. Country………….Nigeria 3. Question…………..How Long 4. Answer…………today 5. Amount…………US$125 I look forward to your respond today i can also receive text message at (202) 871-5097 for urgent respond and do not call only text message. You can text me anytime about your donation payment because too many fraud use email address this time. Regards MRS. MELANIA TRUMP PHONE : (202) 871-5097 EMAIL : ( governmenthouseofnigeriamrtony@gmail.com) 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington DC 20500 USA governmenthouseofnigeriamrtony@gmail.com

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