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The "Mrs. Sophie Rizavas" Donation Scam
From: "Mrs. Sophie Rizavas"<email@example.com>
Date: February 3, 2019 at 3:16:30 AM MST
Subject: *** DONATION DZMPNHTUEG
This is an official message directed to you. My entire family and I have voluntarily decided to make a donation that's why we are contacting you.
This Donation is meant for you to handle charity projects in your locality.
If you have received this message, "We would appreciate a prompt reply." Thank you. Please reply me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Your email address was found from our countries international web directory.
God Bless You
Mrs. Sophie Rizavas
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