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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| The Management Of Western union@.MTCN |
This message is from the Management Office Western union Money Transfer St.Paul,MN.55104 United States Of Now York City,
So that your first payment as be sent today And payment you have going to receive a ever day is $7000.00, until your total fund sum of $3.7Million complete Transfer to you account.
Please Contact with your transfer information such as,
Your Tell phone Number,--
Try today so that you can start receive your payment with out any other Delay and we can send you another mtcn of $7,000 usd to picked up your Money today.
Mr. Tony Hall
Tell phone number: + 1 (509) 8900-317
The Management Of Western union@.
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