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Urgent Business Proposal (Hitan poslovni prijedlog)
me.ingabeale@gmail.com


Scam Email received July 1, 2018 from gthong@monre.gov.vn

me.ingabeale@gmail.com
me.ingabeale@gmail.com
Email From:

gthong@monre.gov.vn

Subject:

Urgent Business Proposal (Hitan poslovni prijedlog)

Other emails used:

me.ingabeale@gmail.com, me.ingabeale@gmail.com

Email Subject:

Urgent Business Proposal (Hitan poslovni prijedlog)


Urgent Business Proposal (Hitan poslovni prijedlog) – me.ingabeale@gmail.com


My name is Mrs. Inga Beale, I am the Chief Financial Officer of the Lloyds Banking Group. I am in need of your help as a foreigner to transfer an abandoned sum of $10.8M US dollars (Ten Million Eight Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) into your account. I want you to know that I will give you 40% of the total money if you agree to transact this business with me. Please contact me through this email address (me.ingabeale@gmail.com) for more details Waiting for your urgent response Mrs. Inga Beale Chief Financial Officer Lloyds Banking Group================================================================== HRVATSKI;Moje ime je gospoda Inga Beale, ja sam glavni financijski direktor grupe Lloyds Banking. Trebam vašu pomoc kao stranca za prijenos napuštenog iznosa od 10,8 milijuna dolara (deset milijuna tisue tisuca americkih državnih dolara) na vaš racun. Želim da znate da cu vam dati 40% ukupnog novca ako se slažete da cete me obavljati s poslom. Kontaktirajte me putem ove e-adrese (me.ingabeale@gmail.com) za više detalja Cekanje na hitan odgovor Gda Inga Beale Glavni financijski službenik Lloyds Banking Group me.ingabeale@gmail.com

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