||> From: Phylicia Thoams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Western Union payment information
> Received: Monday, April 13, 2009, 7:09 AM
> I am just dropping by on this kinkos store to email you and
> let you know
> that I have just sent the payment via Western Union in your
> name as I do
> not have your account details correctly.
> I also want you to have the payment information below:
> Money Transfer Control Number
> (MTCN): 836-170-4173
> Amount Sent: $187,000 USD
> Text Question: Favourite Colour?
> Answer: White
> You can go to any Western Union location right now and pick
> up the cash
> quick. I hope that you have a Western Union card / Promo
> code? You will
> need this to send or claim amount above $12,000 USD from
> any Western Union
> agent location. My company will be sending my team to Chile
> this week. I
> am already on my way to join my team in completing the
> unfinished bridge
> construction project in Chile.
> We may leave town tomorrow and I couldn't go without
> dropping the payment
> information with you. We may spend 2 to 3 months there
> before the job
> would be completely finished. Remember that if you do not
> claim the money
> before 9 days, they will call back the money to my card.
> And if you do not
> have the Western Union Promo/Card, you cannot pick up the
> cash. I may not
> be around to reply any of your emails now, but I will talk
> to you as soon
> as I return. If you do not have a Western Union Promo
> Code, you may
> contact the western union agent details below so that they
> will provide a
> Western Union card/Promo Card for you immediately and also
> send you a copy
> of the voucher of the payment that I made, via email.
> Contact the office below for your Western Union Promo
> Contact Person: Bill Anthony
> Email: email@example.com
> Send the below details to himYour Full Name:
> MTCN number: (as above)
> Address: (including state and zip code)
> As soon as the office gets the above information, they will
> use the
> credentials to create your Western Union Promo code right
> away without any
> delay. That is all to it. I hope to talk to you as soon as
> we are back on
> the errand or call it project.
> Phylicia Thoams
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