Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
#412993 by Troy Platt Mon Jun 29, 2020 7:42 am
Reply-To: [email protected]
From: "Mrs. Kaitlyn Gray Pearce" <[email protected]>
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2020 12:42:42 +0100
Subject: HUMBLE BENEFICIARY YOU CAN NOW GIFT CARD OF $50 INSTEAD OF $150
SINGED BY DIRECTOR.


HUMBLE BENEFICIARY YOU CAN NOW GIFT CARD OF $50 INSTEAD OF $150 SINGED
BY DIRECTOR.

HELLO HUMBLE BENEFICIARY Happy Weekend, how are you doing I hope all
is well with you?

I writ to let you know that we held a last meeting yesterday concern
your package that is here in our custody for so long due to in enable
to raise the needed fee $150. After our Last General meeting the
director of USPS DELIVERY COMPANY decided to help you out by you
sending $50 Gift Card Steam Wallet Card or iTunes Card for the
complete the delivery and Clearance Charge of your Package to enable
our Special agent to proceed to your Doorstep with your Package ASAP.

we also advise you to Reconfirm your Current Delivery details
Including your phone number and your home address to enable the
diplomat agent locate you to wrong Delivery as he is getting to your
home immediately the $50 Card is Received.


Because that ia the only thing delaying your $8.5 million Now,
Secondly note that Your Package will be deliver to your doorstep
without any delay So be advise to go direct to any store and purchase
the Gift Card Neither Steam Wallet Card or iTunes CARD and Remember
to scratch it and take a snap of it Good of front view of the Card and
back and forward it Direct to USPS Director Barr. Brigadier Flair on (
[email protected] ) or text Him on +1 (843) 701 1928 once you
receive this email and explain yourself to him for security Purpose.

Do Not contact Him if you are not ready to send the remaining $50 as
he instructed.

REGARD'S
Mrs. Kaitlyn Gray Pearce

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