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-- DATE: 30th January 2010 Dear customer,the content is a Bank Draft worth is $886,000 USD (Eight Hundred and package is registered with us for mailing by your colleague who is Petroleum Company). We are sending you this email because your package registered on a Special Order. What you have to do now, is to contact residential address. Note: As soon as our Delivery Team confirms your package to arrive at your designated destination. For your by your colleague. However, the only payment you are to make is £210 Duty Certificate and Tariff. Please Note: All registered package with facilitate immediate attention toward the delivery of your package. any further information. We hope that you respond to us as soon as foremost package, we may refer the package to the British Commission
delivery department (FedEx Ship Manager) with the details given below: Contact Person: Mr. William Bruce Email: email@example.com Tel: +2348131230466. Kindly complete the below form. This is mandatory to reconfirm your Postal address for clarification. FULL NAMES: TELEPHONE: POSTAL ADDRESS: Zip/Postal code: CITY: STATE: COUNTRY:the necessary payment procedure for Customs Duty Certificate and immediately dispatch your package to the designated address with the delivery service. Ensure to contact the delivery department with the successful reconfirmation. Yours faithfully,
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