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If you make the mistake of replying to “Leslie” (almost certainly not the scammer’s real name), you’ll soon discover that the “proposal” involves having you provide your bank account or credit card information, or having you pay a fee to “unlock the deal.” Once the scammer has your information or your cash, he’ll disappear, never to be heard from again.
from: L.D Holt email@example.com
date: Jan 12, 2021
subject: Re: Time Is Of The Essence
Good day to you.I have a lucrative business proposal, which I believe we could mutually benefit from. Please contact me on my private email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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