Scam #2194 2/3/2019 12:26:00 PM

from: MONEY GRAM TRANSFER. < mrdsirsb120@gmail.com>
reply-to: mrfrankjames@aol.com
date: Jan 31, 2019, 4:26 AM
subject: REGARDING OF YOUR TRANSFER AVAILABLE.

HELLO DEAR CUSTOMER,

GREETINGS TO YOU TODAY.

WE WANTED TO INFORM YOU THAT YOUR FUNDS WORTH ABOUT $2 MILLION USD HAS
BEEN HERE FOR LONG TIME AND WE HAD A MEETING AFTER APPOINTED NEW
MANAGER MR FRANK JAMES SAYS THAT YOU ARE NOW GOING TO HAVE YOUR FUNDS
TRANSFER WHICH HE INSISTED THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO BEAR IN MIND THAT YOU
SHOULD PAY ANY AMOUNT STARTED FROM $50 BECAUSE THE TOTAL MONEY YOU
WILL SEND IS $250 BUT IF YOU CAN PAY $50 NOW THEN AS SOON AS YOU
RECEIVE YOUR FIRST INSTALL PAYMENT THEN YOU CAN PAY THE REST $200 USD
OK.

THE REASON WHY HE DID IT LIKE THIS IS TO ENABLE YOU BE ABLE TO RECEIVE
AND PICK UP YOUR FIRST PAYMENT INSTANTLY SO IF YOU WISH TO WORK WITH
US KINDLY GET BACK TO ME SO THAT I SHALL BE ABLE TO DIRECT YOU ON THE
INFO WHERE YOU CAN SEND THIS FEE TO ENABLE US MOVE FURTHER WITH THE
TRANSACTION ASAP.

I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON.

REGARDS
MR OLE GERARD
SUPERVISOR.

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