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Fraud email example:
From: "WORLD YOUTHS ORGANIZATION" <firstname.lastname@example.org> (may be fake)
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2007 23:33:32 +0100
We are cordially inviting you to our twin combined conference which will be held.In Anaheim California From the 21st- 23rd of January and Dakar Senegal from the 27th -30th of January.
If you are interested to participate and want to represent your country,you may contact the secretariat of the organizing committee for details and information. You should also inform them that you were invited to participate by a friend of yours (Miss Precious Wright ), Who is a member of the American Youths for Peace and a staff of (WORLD YOUTH ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS).
The benevolent donors of the Organizing Committee will provide round trip air tickets and accommodation for the period of participants Stay in the U.S, to all registered participants.You will only be responsible for your own hotel booking in Dakar where the second phase of the conference will be held.
If you are a holder of an international passport that may require visa to enter the United States you may inform the conference secretariat at the time of registration, as the organizing committee is responsible for all visa arrangements and travel assistances.
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