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    Posted by Gavin on October 20, 2021 at 4:05 pm

    Please be careful when receiving this scam email do not respond to it.<div>


    <div>I am Staff Sgt.Joyce Scranton, an American soldier serving in the US military. I have some amount that I want to move out of ( SYRIA ) which might require your assistance urgently, Can I trust you? email me now, for details as this mail was sent from a discreet email account.</div>

    I wait your response Sgt.Joyce Scranton

    <div>Her email address is sjoycescranton@gmail.com</div>

    You can look up on “Sgt Joyce Scranton” on Google, there are plenty anti-scam platforms warning that you mustn’t respond to email from this scammer 😑


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