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Alice Walton Foundation Re: 1 000 000.00 USD IN YOUR NAME

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From: "Alice Walton Foundation"<contact@callipygeboutique.fr>
Reply: <makeadifference@onet.eu>
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2021 21:44:08 -0700
Subject: Re: $1,000,000.00 USD IN YOUR NAME


Good Day

This is to inform you that $1,000.000.00 has been donated to your
name by Alice Walton 2021 COVID-19 humanitarian program. Contact us
for more details on how you are to claim your donation funds

Thanks And God Bless
Alice Walton Foundation

2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the good works. May I use this great opportunity created by your kindness to kindly inform you that my hacked Facebook account by the name Abimbola Moses Adelaja(now changed to the name Delora Tracy) is no longer in used by me. I’d tried all efforts possible to prevent the account from hackers but to no avail. I’d sometimes used the same account,via MESSENGER to solicit aid/help/assistance from the Alice Walton Foundation. I’m afraid the hacker might be using this hijacked account of mine to defraud people. Kindly help me out there. Thanks

  2. Hacker has hijacked my facebook account . Kindly come to my aid and tell this to the Alice Walton Foundation. Thanks

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