Sunday, March 03, 2013
I mean, Washington may be a wretched hive of scum and villiany, but …
- "Agent Chris Swecker"<email@example.com>
- *****SPAM***** UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
- Sun, 3 Mar 2013 03:38:06 +0800
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Content preview: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Counter-terrorism Division and Cyber Crime Division J. Edgar. Hoover Building Washington DC Dear Beneficiary, Series of meetings have been held over the past 7 months with the secretary general of the United Nations Organization. This ended 3 days ago. It is obvious that you have not received your fund which is to the tune of $8.5,000.000.00 due to past corrupt Governmental Officials who almost held the fund to themselves for their selfish reason and some individuals who have taken advantage of your fund all in an attempt to swindle your fund which has led to so many losses from your end and unnecessary delay in the receipt of your fund. […]
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