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The "Paid To Drive Concept By Simply Orange Juice" Auto Car Wrapping Advertising Scam
From: Kelly Goder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 1/5/18 2:37 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: Re: Paid To Drive Concept By Simply Orange Juice [#41]
Congratulations, I am happy to inform you that you have successfully qualified for this Simply Orange Juice advert program. An expert, who will come to your place to fix the ad on your car has been allocated to install the decals on your car. You will therefore receive your payment alongside the money that will be paid to the national car detail-er (Technician) in the mail. So, when you receive the payment, you will take out your first week payment of $500 and send the rest to the expert for them to buy tools and materials that will be brought to your house for your car paintings. These materials are liquid and they get dried up, that is why they are not bought until the right time, more so different cars use different ones so they cannot be bought and kept until you're set . A check payment of of $3500 will be mailed to you to cover your money and the technician money. In view of this, please confirm the following details;
How long do you intend to carry the advertisement on your car?
Do you use your car everyday? Yes
Also reconfirm your name and address to avoid any mistake as Follows;
Suite Number (Very Compulsory)
Phone Number (Mobile)
Just as it should be on the check, where your payment should be mailed to. You are to be checking your email daily for updates and the arrival of your check in the mail.
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