|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| office number ,+1-224-310-4044, text or call pls |
This message is from the Management of Money Gram Money Transfer
Office St. Paul, MN. 55104 United States Of America and We wish to
inform you that the IMF have release your funds sum of $30Million US
Dollars issued on your name and the money was deposited with us in
this Office as MTCN and Reference Number credit card, we shall be
sending the money to you everyday $8000.00usd until we complete the
total payment of $30 Million us dollars to you and right now your
first payment of Today has been paid to your name and below is the
Money Gram Payment information of your today payment:
Senders Name:__ John Jerry
Text Answer--- Now
Amount Sent-- $8000.00
Now you are to reconfirm your personal information to me so that the
payment will be reconfirmed with your information that we have with us
Your Full Name.........
Your Tell Number.......
Your email address.....
office number ,+1-224-310-4044, text or call pls
The Management Of Money Gram
St. Paul, MN. 55104 United States Of America.
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