Compensation scams

Dear Friend,
rev.cyriladams@rocketmail.com


Scam Email received 12/10/2022

Email From:

amishalaura4real@gmail.com

Sender Name:

Amisha Laura

Other emails used:

, rev.cyriladams@rocketmail.com

Email Subject:

Dear Friend,


Dear Friend, – rev.cyriladams@rocketmail.com


Dear Friend, I’m happy to inform you about my success in getting those funds transferred under the cooperation of a new partner from Paraguay though I tried my best to involve you in the business but nature decided the whole situation. Presently I am in Paraguay for investment projects with my own share of the amount. Meanwhile, I didn’t forget your past efforts and attempts to assist me in transferring those funds despite that it failed us somehow. Now contact Rev. Father . Cyril Adams in Senegal Rep, is name: Rev.Father . Cyril Adams Email (rev.cyriladams@rocketmail.com) Ask him to send you the total of $1.500.000.00 loaded in an ATM card which I kept for your compensation for all the past efforts and attempts to assist me in this matter. I appreciate your efforts at that time very much. So feel free and get in touch with Rev. Father. Cyril Adams and instruct him to send the ATM card to you. Please do let me know immediately you receive it so that we can share the joy together after all the sufferings at that time. At the moment, I am very busy here because of the investment projects which I and my new partner are having at hand, finally, remember that I had forwarded instruction to the Rev.Father. Cyril Adams on your behalf to receive your money, so feel free to get in touch with him and he will send your ATM CARD to you without any delay. best regards Amisha Laura – rev.cyriladams@rocketmail.com

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