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Invitation: Contact Gram Money @ Sunday, 01 July 2018

Scam Email received July 1, 2018 from ndalex648@yahoo.com

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Invitation: Contact Gram Money @ Sunday, 01 July 2018

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gramm2824@gmail.com, gramm2824@gmail.com

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Invitation: Contact Gram Money @ Sunday, 01 July 2018

Invitation: Contact Gram Money @ Sunday, 01 July 2018 – gramm2824@gmail.com

JUL 01 style=font-size: 24px; vertical-align: middle; color: #454545; font-weight: lighter; line-height: 26px;> Contact Gram Money cellspacing=0″ cellpadding=0″> When Sunday, 01 July 2018 09:00 PM to 10:00 PM (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time – Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London Message Attention: Please Good day?, Two payment was sent to you through MONEY GRAM $7000 each, HERE is REFERENCE:69-39-18-49, and the second one is REFERENCE:296-688-35 it is available for pick up at Money Gram now, Contact Dr. Kevin Email:(gramm2824@gmail.com) But you have to bear it in mind that you must pay sum of $135 for signing of your payment processing activation code. Before the REFERENCE will be authorize to release in your name. If you cannot pay this $135 don't respond so that we cancel the $1.4000 immediately ok, senders name -Isaiah Ike, Reference#..691-33-972 But you must pay $135 First Thanks for understanding and God bless Regard Mr.Nd Alex. Invitees abrady700@gmail.com abrahamxox101@yahoo.com honeypot.emails@gmail.com abrfitch08@aol.com abril_reynaga@hotmail.com 35 more style=text-decoration:none;font-size:15px;color:white;font-weight:normal;>Respond style=text-align: center; margin-top: 15px; font-family: helvetical, Arial, sans-serif; color: #878787; font-size: 12px; padding-bottom: 10px; max-width: 590px;> This event invitation was sent from style=text-decoration: none; text-shadow: white; color: #2862c5;>Yahoo Calendar gramm2824@gmail.com

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