Mrs. Jane Milne Roberts Scam Part 2
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Mrs. Jane Milne Roberts Scam Part 2

The second part of Mrs. Jane Milne Roberts' Scam.

I have presently deposited a Cheque in the sum of 5,800,000.00 British

Pound with DHL express to deliver to you, what you have to do now is to

contact the My Attorney as soon as possible so that he can go the

delivery company to know when they will deliver your package to you

because of the expiring date.

For your information, I have paid for the delivering Charge, Insurance

Premium and Clearance Certificate Fee of the Cheque showing that it is not

a Drug Money or meant to sponsor Terrorist attack in your Country

You have to contact the DHL COURIER SERVICE now for the delivery of your

cheque with this information bellow;

Contact Person: Mr. Alvin Brabin


Tel: +44 70-240-59289

Again, you are not to pay for the delivering Charge, the Insurance premium

and the Clearance Certificate Fee of the Cheque because I have already

paid for them, the only money you are expected to pay is 160 Great British

Pounds for the security keeping of the cheque so far.

I would have paid the fee but the company insisted that I should not

because they don't know when you will be contacting them and to avoid

demurrage or further cost.

You are to reconfirm the below information to them to avoid any mistake on

the Delivery.

Postal address;

Full Names:

Direct telephone number;

Below is the security keeping code: (FED/0433/SKC) of you draft, you are

to also present it to them for verification before delivery.

Let me repeat again, try to contact them as soon as you receive this mail

to avoid any further delay and remember to ask them to provide you with

the method they wish to use in receiving their security keeping fee of 160

Great British Pounds for their immediate action.

Note: Please I do not want you to thank me or my husband all I need you to

do is to invest wisely with it and do the same good to someone’s life

someday as this is the only way this world would be a better community if

we render selfless services to one another.

Be also notified that I will no longer be reading my emails or surfing

the internet as I have retired completely from the outside world to my

ranch, at this moment I have nothing to do with cars, emails and other

luxuries, all further correspondence should be forwarded to the courier

company for the delivery of your cheque to you.

Yours Faithfully,

Mrs. Jane Milne Robert


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