L.A.X AIRPORT SECURITY Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) 1 World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045, United States ATTENTION:Notice On Your Consignment Box reg #: JG1N8875BS. Today we have discovered an abandoned metal suitcase with reg code#: JG1N8875BS originally scheduled to be delivered to you by the agency foreign payment service New York. This Suitcase is a metal box when scanned by a forensic scanner was revealed to contain 100 dollars bills valued $2,316,000USD (Two Million, Three Hundred and Sixteen thousand United States dollars) which has been under Security survaell ance for a number of days now. I am writing to inform you that we have investigated the said Suitcase and the investigation proved the legitimacy of its content. Note, The Funds which belongs to you was initially scheduled for delivery to your residense, The Diplomat who arrived with the Consignment made several attempts to reach you all efforts proved abortive so he decided to leave for his country but before he left he settled the delivery charges and left the Storage Keeping Charges unpaid due to the reasons that he did not know when you will attempt to claim the consignment and the Cargo and Storage Unit charges $20.00 for each day the Consignment box stays in their custody for its safety keeping. You are therefore advised to make contact with Mr. David Beardsley of All American Courier, llc, a U.S Customs Broker to assist you recover your Consignment box and deliver it to your home. You may contact him through his email: (firstname.lastname@example.org) to recover your Consignment or we will be compelled to list your Fund as an unclaimed consignment and maybe forfeited and moved to the United States Treasury Department for holding. God Bless The United States of America. Director. Daniel Morrison.
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