||From: "UPS�Customer Service" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 25, 2011 12:54 PM
Subject: Delivery Status:Case Z195156475L12
> Dear Customer,
> We regret to inform you that the delivery of your shipment has been
> suspended for the following reason.
> 1. In line with new laws, items transiting through the EU are to be fully
> taxed and are subject to postal inspection by transiting postal
> Concluding the inspection on the package it has been ascertained that
> adequate duties was not paid on the package.
> Your name and email address were on the package for contact details.
> Under new laws any package transiting through the EU is liable to full
> duties payment. The sender did pay the appropriate courier fee but did not
> pay adequate duties on the package .We are therefore requesting you pay
> full duty for the coverage of (?)119 Euros on the package.
> To resume delivery, you are obligated to pay the duties on the contents of
> the package
> You should therefore contact your assigned claims Officer, Jennifer Watson
> to assist with the duty payment in
> Spain , where your package is currently being held
> Below is her contact information of your assigned claims
> Name: Jennifer Watson
> Email address:firstname.lastname@example.org
> 678 701 8046
> Note: Duty coverage fees are payable to authorities through your assigned
> claims Officer.UPS� does not accept fees on behalf of foreign authorities.
> Your old tracking number has been suspended due to non payment of tax.When
> making contact with your assigned claims officer via email or phone please
> quote reference Z195156475L12
> The status of your package can be tracked as soon as payment has been
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