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Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: jennybrossylindsay / jenny lindsay / International Conferences meeting on Global Crisis

Fraudulent message

From: jenny lindsay []
Sent: February 03, 2017
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: jenny from united states

Hi new friend' how ya doing?

This is miss jenny lindsay calling from united states of America' cordial wish to extend our first year International Conferences meeting on Global Crisis and Social Welfare which comes up in united states new york and Africa Senegal. my invitation goes to the interested participant who really want to attend the event together with me here in united states new york.

So as a member of the global youths and adults in United states and one of the U.S selected contestant' am inviting you for a Conference that will take place firstly here in united states as all the event trip will be sponsored by U.S independent donors if you eventual being accepted by organization.

So if you're willing to attend the event together with me here in United states do not hesitate to write me back immediately to enable me give you the contact link of the organization in order for you to apply for registration. you don't need any invitation letters for visa approval if the organization will accept your attendance and my approval recommendation. always contact me if necessary. gat to go now. i hope you are not rude


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