||From: Mrs. Laura Bush, <email@example.com>
Date: May 6, 2016, 13:15:53 GMT +3
Subject: GOOD NEWS FROM MRS LAURA BUSH YOUR $ 15.5MILLIONS.
Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Morning My Dear.
How are you doing today together with your family I hope all is well?
My name is Mrs. Laura Bush, former First Lady of the United States, I am here to notify you that I travel to Benin Republic Yesterday to visit President wife who live at Cotonou City.
I want to Government office for meeting and after the meeting I meet Dr. Patrice Talon the new President of Benin Republic. And he show me 50 people which has be scam in African Nigeria Ghana Togo Benin and I see your name and your e-mail on the list that is why I contact you. To know if this is real or fake???
The funds which they suppose to send to you is $15.5Millions. which you did not receive yet. So kindly update me if you still want to receive your funds get back to me because am coming back to USA on Monday next week.
I just contact I.R.Sand they told me that before they release the documentation which I will use to delivery the funds to you it will cost you sum of $68.00 so kindly update me with your delivery address and make sure that you send the $68.00 to the office with below information.
Receiver name. Udogwu Manlak
Country. Benin Republic
Test Question. God
Amount . $68.00
Update me with the MTCN and senders name also your address.
Thank You and God Bless you
Regard;Mrs. Laura Bush,
former First Lady of the United States
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