Inheritance scams

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here..cherryosa281@gmail.com


Scam Email received June 22, 2018 from juridico@saovicente.sp.gov.br

here..cherryosa281@gmail.com
here..cherryosa281@gmail.com
Email From:

juridico@saovicente.sp.gov.br

Subject:

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Other emails used:

here..cherryosa281@gmail.com, here..cherryosa281@gmail.com

Email Subject:

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RE – here..cherryosa281@gmail.com


I am Mrs.Cherry Ose I am suffering from terminal cancer and the doctors have told me that I have few weeks to live. I want to donate my inheritance out under your supervision to benefit the less privileged. Email Me here..cherryosa281@gmail.com with your personal information for more details if you can be of an assistance to carry out this great task and my dream to reach out to the orphans and widows fill the following information to enable me to forward it to the bank where the money is deposited as the new beneficiary to cliam the fund and i will orlder my lawyer to send all the leggal document to you waiting to hear from you soon First name.. Middle name. Last name. Address..Occupation.. Age City. State Zip/Postal code.. Nationality. Home phone. Cell phoneGod bless you here..cherryosa281@gmail.com

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