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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| From Ulster Bank |
SPF: SOFTFAIL with IP 188.8.131.52
Here write Tom Roddy of Ulster Bank London, We have been mandated by the World Bank and the European Union to pay out the sum of £6,470,900.00 (Six Million Four Hundred and Seventy Thousand Nine
Hundred Pounds) as Compensation Fund to you. You are require to provide the information as listed below
Name and Address
Telephone and Any Form of Identification
Age and Occupation
Further details will be unveil in my next email response and as soon
as I hear from you
Name: Tom Roddy
Position: Branch Manager
Address: 11-16 Donegall Square E, Belfast BT1 5UB, UK
Telephone: +44 28 9089 8999
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