Scam #2227 2/5/2019 4:24:00 PM

from: Mrs.Linda Paul <>
reply-to: "Mrs.Linda Paul" <>
date: Feb 5, 2019, 4:30 PM
subject: Your payment as be sent Amount: $7000.(MTCN): 303-199-7252

Dear Beneficiary,

This message is from Management of western union Money Transfer Head Office St. willies, MN. 57104 United States Of America and We wish to inform you that the FBI have release your funds sum of $2.7Million US Dollars is sued on your name today of February 5/02/2019, and the money was deposited with us in this Office as MTCN and Reference Number credit card, we shall be sending the money to you everyday $7000.00usd until we complete the total payment of the $2.7Million us dollars, to you and right now your first payment of $7,000.00usd as be sent today has been paid to your name and below is the western union Payment information of your $7000.00usd deposit today.

Below is the first payment of your transfer details track transfer.

Tracking # (MTCN): 303-199-7252
Sender's name: Mrs.Linda Paul
Amount: $7000.

Now you are to reconfirm your personal information to this office so that the payment will be reconfirmed with your information that we have with us here:

Your Name:..........
Your Address:.......
Your Telephone Number:.....
Your Age:.........
Your Country:.........
Your occupation
Your Email..........

But you are advised to know that this payment/prearrange reference number given to you are not registered or activate for collection in any of your western union branch office, I have told you that as soon as you send the $50 USD today you payment will release to you received your fund $7000.00usd OK.


The moment I received the payment of $50 usd you can start receiving your payment with out any other Delay and we can send you another mtcn of $7,000 usd to picked up your Money.

Thank You

Mrs.Linda Paul
The Management Of WESTERN UNION.

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