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From: TONY JOHNSON ~ SECURITY@cocoa.ocn.ne.jp>
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URGERNT RESPONSE
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Attention URGERNT RESPONSE

Following instruction to pay all scam victims $80 Million each by the UNITED NATIONS and IMF through Delivery service, we wish to inform you that your email address was one of the lucky ones to receive this prize.

to make sure that there is no mistake until you confirm the following:

1. Name__________
2. Address_______
3. Cell Phone_________
4. Occupation____
5. Age_________

The above information should b also include this transaction

secret code: MGX678G. Note: Your file will expire after 3 days if there is no response, then we will not have any option than to return your fund to IMF as unclaimed.Your swift response will enhance our service, thanks for your co-operation

Regards,
MR,TONY JOHNSON
SPECIAL SECURITY SQUAD UNITED STATE OF AMERICA.

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