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From: info@info.com < info@info.com >
Subject: NOTIFICATION.
To: "Recipients" < info@info.com >
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2012, 12:30 PM

UNITED NATIONS/UNICEF CASH BENEFIT:®

This is to inform you that you have benefited One Million United States Dollars from United Nations/Unicef Cash Benefit and your email address was picked via computer balloting TOPAZ which made you the rightful benefactor.

Do get back to me with the means you would want your funds remitted to you either bank to bank transfer or a certified check delivered to you along with the following details and NOTE that this cash benefit is geared towards eradicating poverty allover the world before 2015 which is one of the goals of the UNITED NATIONS/UNICEF.

FULL NAME:
AGE:
GENDER:
ADDRESS:
COUNTRY:
OCCUPATION:
MOBILE NUMBER:

(CONTACT REMITTANCE DIRECTOR)

Mr Abdullah Murali
Email: unitednations_remmitance001@collector.org
Phone:+60103829760
Yours Faithfully,
Online Co-ordinator.

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