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chumaokons@gmail.com


Scam Email received June 27, 2018 from toyokitayan@giga.ocn.ne.jp

chumaokons@gmail.com
chumaokons@gmail.com
Email From:

toyokitayan@giga.ocn.ne.jp

Subject:

Please get back to me

Other emails used:

chumaokons@gmail.com, chumaokons@gmail.com

Email Subject:

Please get back to me


Please get back to me – chumaokons@gmail.com


Attn; Friend, My names are Prince N. Chuma, I work as the Regional Manager of Union Bank of Nigeria Plc. With operational office at Falomo. I have packaged a transaction that will be of mutual benefit to both of us. I want you to help my family received and invest the sum of USD$10.5Million dollars my late father deposited in a bank here before his sudden death. My mother and I want this funds to be transferred and invest in your country through your assistance and directive, 30% of this funds is your percentage for assisting me. Please get back to me through this email address at: chumaokons@gmail.com For more details Regards, Mr Prince Chuma. chumaokons@gmail.com

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