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From: TermLifeInsurance <[email protected]>
Date: July 16, 2013 1:11:22 PM EDT
Subject: USD 500k LifeInsurancePolicy for USD 20

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A few reasons to be suspicious and not click on any of the links or reply: spelling and grammar mistakes, nonsensical mailing address, links that our Malware that sneaks onto your computer software won’t allow us to open, term life insurance priced at $20 in the subject line and $1 in the body of the e-mail, neither of which makes sense. If you are interested in Prudential, Metlife, or any of the other companies listed, contact an agent that works for those companies directly.

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