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VERY URGENT……………..
dietterwemmer@gmail.com


Scam Email received July 6, 2018 from dietter.w@yahoo.com

dietterwemmer@gmail.com
dietterwemmer@gmail.com
Email From:

dietter.w@yahoo.com

Subject:

VERY URGENT……………..

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Email Subject:

VERY URGENT……………..


VERY URGENT…………….. – dietterwemmer@gmail.com


 Hello    My Name is Dieter Wemmer, a director in one of the leading Bank here in Switzerland..        How are you doing today? hope very fine?? i have been in a search for a while now.but finally thank GOD i found you after visiting ur profile,,I believe it is the will of God for me to come across you on internet. I have an important and urgent business discussion I wish to share with you which I believe will interest you. because it is in connection with your {NAME} and you are going to benefit from it.and also gonna be of a great benefit for both families, if you dont mind, please i await ur urgent respond  on this private email {dietterwemmer@gmail.com} soon as got ur reply i will give you the details,,      thank you. from Dieter Wemmerplz contact me fast via private emaildietterwemmer@gmail.com VERY URGENT.. dietterwemmer@gmail.com

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  4. Check if the email has been sent to multiple people

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