Scam Email received 8/15/2019
Review And Get Back to US
Review And Get Back to US – firstname.lastname@example.org
——– Original Message ——– SUBJECT: Fwd: Payment Sent DATE: 2019-08-13 23:26 FROM: Mindy Morelli TO: email@example.com REPLY-TO: firstname.lastname@example.org Dear Sir, Hello Again Following on from below, please find attached the client by client reconciliation. If you wish to discuss this over the phone, please let me know and we can arrange a call. From the reconciliation, it was noted that the largest client money balance relates to Galliard, however, from our discussions today it was my understanding that Galliard was no longer a client which then impacted the FY18 turnover. Was the Galliard business won back? Thank you Best Regards,, Mindy Morelli Docterskampstraat 1E / 1F 5222 AM ‘s-Hertogenbosch (NL) www.arnotteurope.com  NL Phone: +31 (0)73 7850 581 DE Phone: +49 (0)699 6759126 UK Phone: +44 (0)203 3186144 BE Phone: +32 (0)258 846 93  SWIFT.doc  View  | Download  Links: ——  https://deref-mail.com/mail/client/xyeqbGGTLn0/dereferrer/?redirectUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.arnotteurope.com  https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/p95v5s Mindy Morelli – email@example.com
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