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President of the European Central Bank.( ECB
europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com


Scam Email received July 6, 2018 from europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com

europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com
europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com
Email From:

europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com

Subject:

President of the European Central Bank.( ECB

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Email Subject:

President of the European Central Bank.( ECB


President of the European Central Bank.( ECB – europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com


Sent from: Mr. Mario Draghi President of the European Central Bank.( ECB ECB Office Sonnmannstrasse 2060314 Frankfurt am Main, Germany. (europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com)Dear: We received a noticed for your claim which we have officially accepted to release your claim without delay. Meanwhile, You are kindly advised to send the following information for immediate transfer of your fund. 1). Your Full Name– 2). Your Address– Mobile Telephone/Fax– – 3). Yours Age and Occupation– 4). Your Bank Name– -Bank Address– – 5). Your Account Numbers– Swift- Routing– -Bic– – 6). Copy of your ID. Please you are advised to send these information immediately you receive this mail so that we can commence on the transfer of your fund immediately.Please kindly us reply. Your urgent response will be highly appreciatedBest Regard, Mr. Mario Draghi (europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com) President of the European Central Bank.( ECB europeancentralbnk289@gmail.com

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