Express Service Email Scam and Fraudulent Message

Express Service Email Scam and Fraudulent Message

I was contacted by a so-call Ghislain Koanda who said she couldn't collect her items and suggested I send them by GLS Express Service. After receiving my email and address, which she claims she needs in order to send a confirmation, she tried tricking me into paying for the insurance online and claim she would then pay me by cash on arrival. But, I am no fool. I know this is how scammers trick potential victims into sending them money.

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Express Service Email Scam and Fraudulent Message