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YOUR FUND $4.3MILLION
jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com


Scam Email received July 7, 2018 from jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com

jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com
jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com
Email From:

jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com

Subject:

YOUR FUND $4.3MILLION

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Email Subject:

YOUR FUND $4.3MILLION


YOUR FUND $4.3MILLION – jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com


Sent from: Ann Smith. ATTENTION, I&M CONTACTING YOU NOW BASE ON ISSUE IN MY OFFICE THIS MORNING BECAUSE YOUR PAYMENT FILE WHICH CONTAIN YOUR $4.3MILLION WAS BROUGHT TO ME BY THE BANK OF AFRICA HERE IN REPUBLIC of NIGERIA WHO ORDERED ME TO SIGN THE CANCELLATION OF YOUR PAYMENT FILE AND I ASKED HIM WHY AND HE SAID THAT YOU ARE NOT INTERESTED TO RECEIVE THE FUND AND ALWAYS CALL THEM NAMES EACH TIME THEY CONTACTED YOU FOR YOUR FUND IN BANK OF AFRICA.THEY DECIDED TO CANCEL YOUR PAYMENT BECAUSE OF YOUR SILENT FOR A VERY LONG TIME WHICH IS A CLEAR EVIDENT THAT YOU ARE NOT READY TO CLAIM YOUR FUND. SO I DECIDED TO WRITE YOU BECAUSE I FOLLOWED THE LAW AND I WILL NOT BE AGAINST ANYBODY IN THIS WORLD AND I THINK MAYBE THERE IS PROBLEM WITH YOU. I HAVE NOT TOUCH YOUR PAYMENT FILE UNTIL I HEAR FROM YOU BECAUSE I HAVE A HUMAN SYMPATHY. SO MY DEAR I NEED TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED AND IF YOU STILL NEED TO RECEIVE YOUR FUND LET ME HAVE THEM TRANSFER YOUR FUND TO YOU THROUGH MY POWER. YOUR URGENT REPLY IS NEEDED. THANKS CHIEF JUSTICE JAMES Mooney Email:jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com jamesmooney.53@hotmail.com

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