419 scams

Urgent contact money gram now
jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir


Scam Email received June 19, 2018 from wsakuma-1013@plum.ocn.ne.jp

jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir
jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir
Email From:

wsakuma-1013@plum.ocn.ne.jp

Subject:

Urgent contact money gram now

Other emails used:

jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir, jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir

Email Subject:

Urgent contact money gram now


Urgent contact money gram now – jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir


Urgent contact money gram now We have deposited the chaque of your fund ($9.8000.00 USD) through Money Gram department after our final meeting regarding your funds,All you have to do is to contact Money Gram director Mr.Jerry Cool via E-mail:( jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir ) He will give you directives on how you will be receiving the funds daily,remember to send him your Full information to avoid wrong transfer such as: Receiver&s Name_______________ Address: ________________ Country: _____________ Phone Number: _____________ Though, he has sent $4800 in your name today so contact him or you call him +229-606-49396 as soon as you receive this email and tell him to give you Money Gram Ref. pin number, sender name to pick up the $4800 only per day, and the only fee you have to send is $340.00 dollars only for reactivation of the Pin code of your funds because you need reactivation the account of your funds to enable us released your first installment accord to the general manager directors Best Regards. jerrycoolmoneygram@rayana.ir

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