||> From: Mr. John David <email@example.com>
> Subject: GOOD NEWS!!!
> Date: Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 5:59 AM
> The management of HSBC bank Hong Kong
> posted me to our branch here in
> the state at Washington DC to occupy an
> office due to the new reform
> and retirement of some old staff. While
> sorting out so me files in the
> office I get to realize that there are
> some huge amount of money that
> has been in our bank for some couple of
> years and has no ownership. So
> I contacted you because I want you to
> claim the fund and I am ready to
> support you to get all the documents
> needed. And we will make all
> documents in your name as the original
> owner of the fund and after the
> fund is being released to you, me and
> you will share the money equal.
> I contacted you because me as an
> insider. it is not possible for me to
> claim the cash because the management
> will feel it is because I know
> everything about the fund that's why I
> am claiming to be the owner of
> the fund which is not fair. This is the
> most reason why I contacted
> you because this is like a breakthrough
> for me and you to
> automatically change life
> overnight through this wonderful
> opportunity. I just want you to be
> honest to me and follow my instructions
> as I have trust you to share
> this wonderful opportunity with you and
> I promise you that your whole
> entire life will change for good. The
> details of the fund will be
> disclosed to you once you reply, Be
> happy because you are not spending
> any money from your pocket on this
> Give me a number to call you.
> Mr. John David
> Director In-charge.
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