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WESTERN UNION UNDER WORLD BANK
office_payment1@yahoo.pt


Scam Email received June 21, 2018 from office_payment1@yahoo.pt

office_payment1@yahoo.pt
office_payment1@yahoo.pt
Email From:

office_payment1@yahoo.pt

Subject:

WESTERN UNION UNDER WORLD BANK

Other emails used:

office_payment1@yahoo.pt,

Email Subject:

WESTERN UNION UNDER WORLD BANK


WESTERN UNION UNDER WORLD BANK – office_payment1@yahoo.pt


WESTERN UNION UNDER WORLD BANK has finalize all the necessary arrangement to pay your due funds of $4.8 Million USD,and this funds has been approve and legalized by the board of directors of WORLD BANK,IMF AND IRS altogether; So you will be receiving $8000 per day until you receives your due payments of $4,800 000.00 USD So we are waiting your urgent respond so that our attorney will go to the inland revenue tax office to obtain a letter of administration tax clearance approval on your behalf from high Court.But as am writing to you now,your first payment has been made through western union. MTCN:6181645629) SENDERS FIRST NAME: CHRISTOPHER SECOND NAME: CHARLES TEST : WHEN ANS …TODAY Moreover,you are advise to send us the below information for the obtaining of your ownership certificate: Your name___ Your country__ Your address___ You’re Age/sex__ Your occupation Direct phone number__ Your home phone number__ Rev. Tony Paul TEL+229-67161238. office_payment1@yahoo.pt

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