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From: WHO firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Help US
Hello, here who is speaking is the director general of the WHO Tedros Adhanom, I will be very brief in this communication to you, my dear friend we are facing a new epidemic called koronavirus, and we are producing more than 30 vaccines around the world to find the most soon the cure or vaccine, the more you should already be aware, but what I come here to ask is that you can donate in BTC to help in our research that make your donation below and help us to increase the chances of helping in the production of more research as quickly as possible to end this situation.
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