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Rating: Weird if not totally bizarre. Where does a soldier get $25 Million LEGALLY?
Well we both know he did not, but somehow this one wants to take advantage of your need to help our soldiers. In the end they will want your bank information and basically drain your account. This is probably a Phishing attempt, but I put it under charity cause it pulls on the heart strings. This guy is not real smart.. the return email on the details is a good key to this.
I hope my email fine you well. I am in need of your assistance.
My name is Sgt. Joey Jones. I am an American soldier serving in the
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Subject: hello pal
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From: "Sgt Joey Jones" <firstname.lastname@example.org>