I am writing you this email in good faith but considering the content, I know you will be apprehensive and worried but I am assuring you that, it is made in good faith.
I'm Mariamma Akash, a Syrian widow currently living in Za'atari refugee camp on the Jordan-Syria border. I lost my husband and 2 of my children to the jihadist militants from the Islamic State in 2014. I and my only 7 years old survivng daughter do not have anyone to sponsor our crossing hence I decided to contact you to assist me retrieve 2 trunk boxes containing some monies that my late husband and I had courier out of Syria in 2013.
Once the shipment/deliveries are made to you, I'll then instruct you on the possible means to send us some money from one of the boxes, maybe directly to a Jordanian sponsor or a travel consultant who will then come over here and sponsor and pay the required fees for our release and crossing into Jordan.
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