Scam #2191 2/3/2019 11:51:00 AM

from: Diplomatic Agent < nikitaspain30@gmail.com>
reply-to: favourwilliam99@gmail.com
date: Jan 31, 2019, 5:27 AM
subject: YOUR DELIVERY

ATTENTION:

I JUST RETURN BACK TO JFK NEW YORK AIRPORT WHERE YOUR PARCEL WAS HOLD SINCE AND I HAVE MADE AN VERY SOLIED ARRANGEMENT WITH THE CUSTOMS HERE
FOR THE IMMEDIATE REALIZING OF YOUR DELIVERY NOW OK.

AND TODAY IS MY LAST DAY HERE AND YOUR FINAL CHANCE OVER THIS DELIVER IF YOU FAIL NOT PAY THIS FEE TODAY I WILL CANCEL THIS DELIVERY AND RETURN BACK TONIGHT OK. TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT.

I Am Diplomatic Agent Mr Favour Williams from Ups Company Benin Republic with ur ATM Master Card Sum of $3.8Million Usd I just Arrived at JFK Airport New York USA with ur Parcel Delivery ok.And i really want to make sure that you receive your delivery today ok.

i have made an solid arrangement with the General Chief Customs here in New York Airport and he have sign and agreed that you should pay only $75,Usd for the Customs Clearance Fee and your delivery will be done immediately now ok. AND I will process with the Customs here and your delivery will be realized and done immediately now ok.

Mind you that i have only few hours to stay here and if you fail or delay your delivery will be Cancel immediately and i will move for others items i have here to be deliver to others as well ok. So your urgent attention is highly and urgently needed now to send the FEE OF THE ONLY $75 FAST NOW AND YOUR DELIVERY WILL BE DONE IMMEDIATELY NOW OK.

DELAY IS VERY DANGEROUS NOW WAITING YOUR URGENT ATTENTION NOW OK. SMS ME HERE CEL PHONE (516) 908 0263, FAST NOW OK. CEL PHONE (516) 908 0263, sms me.

Diplomatic Agent
Mr Favour Williams.
CEL PHONE (516) 908 0263,
Email: favourwilliam99@gmail.com

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