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Purchase manager Order No. BCM 03122020

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From: "Purchase manager " <sales@asnics.cam>
Date: 7 Jun 2021 16:51:05 +0200
Subject: Order No. BCM #03122020

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Dear Sir/Madam

Good day. Hope this mail finds you well.
Please find enclosed our  Order  No. BCM #03122020.

To this end we ask you to confirm receipt of our  order  and notably
to the preparation of the goods and give us the estimated delivery
time to allow us to undertake our arrangements.

However we inform you that we are in short supply and we want to get
the goods as soon as possible.

Your early reply is highly appreciated.

Regards,

Purchase  manager

Kristine Maulawin

Phone: +36/32/426-655 Ext.:124

Fax: +36/32/424-168

e-mail: hegedus.zoltan@salgglas.hu

web: www.salgglas.hu  <Suspicious hyperlink> 


One Comment

  1. I received the same email this morning (June 7th, 2021). We have not had previous communication nor any pricing quoted. I believed it to be a phishing email.

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