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Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: 2018 world seminar meeting, emilyblunt953, Rachael Giacolone, For:World Seminar Meeting on Human Right

Fraudulent message

From: Rachael Giacalone
Date sent: Sun, 3 Jun 2018
Subject: You are Invited
To: undisclosed-recipients:;

Dear Comrade,


We invite you to participate in the 2018 world seminar meeting, fighting against slavery and child abuse, trafficking of women and children, child marriage and global terrorism.The meeting is to be held from June 25th to 29th 2018 at the conference place in Atlanta Georgia,United States.

We are writing in the hope that you might be interested to join us participate in this event as the seminar meeting will contain various talks and mini workshops related to the issue and challenges.We are inviting people from various countries and all works of life around the world. NGO/LNGO are also invited as representative of their various countries. 

The organizing committee sponsors are responsible for visa processing to those who require visa to the United States and also provide free round-trip air tickets. hotel accommodation will be your responsibility during your stay in United States. If you are interested to participate in the meeting, please contact:(

Thank You,as We look forward to your Honorable presence.

Respectfully Yours,

Rachael Giacolone
For:World Seminar Meeting on Human Right 

NB:Kindly keep me copied for onward follow up of Your Invite.


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