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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| Attention is needed |
Attention is needed,
Greetings from the custom office. I have a vital information which needs to be attended immediately. Did you authorized anyone to pick up your compensation fund from our branch in Arizona? One Mr Andrew Cox came to our office yesterday in your respect $ 8.5 million dollars which has been credited with us for the past 6 months now by the Federal Government to be transferred into your account. to pick up the fund.
So we decided to write you to make sure that you Fine of $ 8.5 million dollars in our branch office in Arizona.
We want you to get back to us with the following details:
Mr micheal james
text.mr micheal james.205.558.5213
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