Scam #2231 2/5/2019 5:58:00 PM

from: FedEx Courier Service < fwishali.basumatary2013@tiss.edu>
reply-to: fedexcourierservices122@gmail.com
date: Feb 5, 2019, 8:49 PM

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Attention: Beneficiary,

It has come to our notice the fedex courier services know that you
were in request of loan and that you have not be given the loan,and
you have send A lot of money to some company because of the loan you
requested for, So we are letting you know now that we the Fedex
courier services agencies are notifying you to know now that since the
loan you requested for has not been given to you our company has
decided to deliver you the sum of 100,000.00 USD and is about to be
delivered to you at your door step,and that if really you are in need
of this delivery you applied for to be delivered to you in cash or
cheque,parcel,that you have to get back to us as soon as you read this
mail ok.

Note that we have agents all over the world and we have traveled
round the world to deliver packages,and in USA we have agents from the
fedex courier that deliver loans from house to house,and that if you
are really in need of this loan delivery,you have to be fast in
responding so that your loan funds can be delivered to you on time at
home,and that if you will be willing to get it by cheque or cash
delivery,parcel,that You will have to get back to us with an urgent
responds so as to let us know that best way you will like this loan to
be delivered to you ok,so all you will have to do Respond and read
carefully before getting back to us.

Once again we are happy to inform that your loan contains the sum of
100,000.00 USD and that is among the 24 parcel’s listed which is now
in our office and also with your name as the receiver despite that we
lost your private residential address’s, which is an indication that
you can now re-send your residential address, telephone as stated
Below.Now that FedEx company are in position of your loan that can be
delivered to you without hesitating to e-mail us back at

(cook.morgan@deliveryman.com)

this parcel contained an International Cashier Bank Draft/Cheque
worth the sum of 100,000.00 USD only and it is ready for delivery to
your door step. Meanwhile, before the delivery or shipment will take
place, you are advice to send to us the following data’s mention below
to enable us deliver it to the correct address ok

1. Your Name
2. Country
3. State
2. Address
3. Telephone

The above requested information’s will enable us deliver your loan
cheque or cash correctly without any mistake or delivering your parcel
to a wrong person. Further more, you might be asking yourself how
comes this email, cheque or draft, Anyway, your cheque or cash,parcel
was brought to this office by a loan company Agent. signifying that
you are one of their customer who requested for a loan in there
company,and that you are a rightful owner of the money stated above
which is the 100,000.00 USD And that you have make a payment to them
but they were unable to transfer your loan to you,but now they decided
to bring it to our notice because the FEDEX is the fastest and easy
way you can get a loan.

So we awaits your urgent responds ok.So that the delivery
of your loan can take place.

WAITING TO READ YOUR E-MAIL.

YOURS AFFECTIONATELY.

Much Regards,
DIRECTOR/ CEO:
Location: United States of America
LICENSE No: 98267

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