from: Ling Hang < firstname.lastname@example.org> via host.nzstaging.com
date: Jan 6, 2019, 6:01 AM
subject: Private deal for you
DKIM: 'FAIL' with domain islandstone.co.nz
An oil business man made a fixed deposit of $26M in my bank branch where I am a director and he died with his entire family in
Syria war leaving behind no next of kin. I Propose to present you as next of kin to claim the funds,if interested contact me with
your full name, and telephone number to reach you and most importantly, a confirmation of acceptance from you.
Your Truly ,
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