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I got a most unique SPAM today.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NEW YOURK STATE POLICEPOLICE CODE / PC78381652
if something is unique, it is one of a kind, so something cannot be "very unique", or "more unique" than something else.
Dear Sir/MadamI saw your email address during the course of my research today.Mr Nameis Allen my wife and I won a Jackpot Lottery 11.3 million in july and duringthe process my wife passed away as a result of cancer illness, we are donating the sum of 1.million dollars to 6 lucky individual over the world and if youreceived this email then you are one of the luck recipients and all you have to do is get back with is so that we can send your details to the payout bank.Please note that you have to contact my private email for more information(firstname.lastname@example.org)You can verify this by visiting the web pages below.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1326473/Canadian-couple-Allen-Violet-Large-away-entire-11-2m-lottery-win.htmlGoodluck,Allen and Violet LargeEmail:email@example.com
My wife and I have decided to donate US$500,000 to you.Email: Violet and Allen Large for claims - Happy New Year firstname.lastname@example.org
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Important Notice Dear Member, Your Barclays Online account has been randomly flagged in our automative system as a part of our routine security measures. This is must to ensure that only you have access and use of your Barclays Online account and to ensure a safe experience. We require all flagged accounts to comfirm their information on file with us Our review of your account has identified an issue regarding its safe use. We have placed a restriction on your account as a precaution. To lift the restriction we will require some further information from you. once we review your further information and we're confident that the use of your account does not present a safety risk to our service and customers, we'll be happy to reinstate your account Click here for verification Sincerely, Barclays PLC UK