419 scams

Money Gram AGENT
drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu


Scam Email received June 22, 2018 from drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu

drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu
drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu
Email From:

drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu

Subject:

Money Gram AGENT

Other emails used:

drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu, drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu

Email Subject:

Money Gram AGENT


Money Gram AGENT – drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu


Sent from: Mrs. Susan Kent We havedeposited the check of your fund (7.500,000,00USD) through Money Gram after our finally meeting regarding your fund,All you will do is to contact Money Gram director Mr Daniels Mike via E-mail(drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu) He will give you more direction on how you will be receiving the funds daily.Remember to send him your Full information to avoid wrongtransfer such as: Receiver&s Name_______________ Address: ________________ Country: ____________ Phone Number: _____________ I.D Card:_____________ Though Mrs. Susan Kent has sent $7000 in your name today So contact their Director Hilary Samson as soon as you receive this email or call him +229-62628302 and tell him to give you the Mtcn, to pick the $7000 Please let us know as soon as you received all your fund, Best regard Susan Kent. Money Gram AGENT drruenandrssnn@citromail.hu

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