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World Wide Distribution Centre

The planet earth on a white backgroundComes postage paid via Singapore

This mob write to you requesting your permission to send you $8,000 on a Request for Delivery Release form which at first glance looks very much like a remittance form used by some legitimate operators.

It also shows that you must get a minimum of $1,100 so what have you got to lose? $39.95...kiss this processing fee goodbye if you participate.

Although we share the news of these con artists with our colleagues overseas it is impossible to get consumers their money back if they fall for their tactics.

WA ScamNet - if it looks to good to be true - it is!


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