The LinkedIn Business Invitation Scam
Subject: Amanda sent you a message
Date: Thu 1/23/2020 2:01 PM
You have a new business invitation from Amanda C. Williams
*Status: Verified Member
I will like to go into a business relationship with you.
Please reply me with your contact information so I can send you breakdown.
Location: Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
Mobile: +1 (203) 72xxxxxx - Click here to View Mobile
Email: sales@xxxxxxxxxxxx - Click here to View eMail
This message was sent from LinkedIn.com mail server to: [email address]
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