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#410916 by Troy Platt Mon May 25, 2020 6:47 am
Reply-To: [email protected]
From: "Charles P. Rettig" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 22 May 2020 16:13:07 -0700
Subject: From (IRS) Internal Revenue Service


Attention:

With due respect, We wish to inform you on the luggage that was
deposited in our office Internal Revenue Office (IRS) for sometime
now.but since then we did not hear from you nor the depositor.

That is' why you are being contacted after the board meeting to know
if you are still alive as two gentle men came here and gave a report
that you are dead but told them about your luggage to claim it on your
behalf.

We therefore want to confirm if the are saying the truth and failure
to respond to this email will confirm there claim to be true that you
are truly dead. There are some discrepancy on the power of attorney
the deposited for the claim that's why your urgent attention is
needed. Do kindly respond to my my email. (
[email protected])
From Internal Revenue Service.

Yours Faithfully,
Charles P. Rettig.

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