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Your Asset Funds Code (LN2932K12CP).

Scam Email received June 30, 2018 from rmolina@gruposimec.com

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Your Asset Funds Code (LN2932K12CP).

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Todd.a.combsoffice@accountant.com, todd.a.combsoffice@accountant.com

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Your Asset Funds Code (LN2932K12CP).

Your Asset Funds Code (LN2932K12CP). – todd.a.combsoffice@accountant.com

FROM THE JP MORGAN CHASE BANK Winchester Virginia United States Attn: We have been informed from the Authorities to have your (FUNDS) released processing is completed and you are the rightful beneficial to claim it otherwise the funds will be declared non-serviceable by the bank and consequently, it&s confiscation. The time frame is very short and technically, bank transfer is the fastest means of getting this done, so we have reverted to status qua. Mandate has been issued to a commission namely UNCLAIMED ASSET/ASSETS RE-UNITED, USA here in the UNITED STATES to effect this payment to you using it&s traditional banking procedure, VIA WIRE TRANSFER and you are to contact the Executive director of JP MORGAN CHASE BANK for the release of the funds to be transferred into your nominated bank account, and here is the contact information below. contact Email:( Todd.a.combsoffice@accountant.com ) If you are receiving this notification for the first Award Funds which is on your name, can only be paid upon our receipt of your beneficiary identification security transfer CODE which is (LN2932K12CP) for clearance of the funds. Send it immediately to us for instant accreditation of your proceeds into your account as listed below. 1) Your full name: 2) Phone, fax and mobile: 3) Address : 4) Profession: 5) Age: 6) Marital status: 7) Copy of your any valid ID card Ensure you contact Todd.A.Comb with all your Full contact details regarding of your Funds and get back to us for more information. Thanks. Garry Fisher Re-United Asset Manager todd.a.combsoffice@accountant.com

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