Subject: Payment Receipt Overdue Invoices – Request for Statement of AccountFrom: [email protected]
Date: Wed, April 10, 2019 12:51 amTo: [email protected]
We received this payment from your company. Your email address is
contained in the reference of the sender.
We do not know what this payment is for. We do not have any
record of overdue invoices with you.
Kindly find the attached and confirm.
Also provide the bank details where we should return the payment.
Also you need to be careful with your email when you sendpayment.
Maybe someone is trying to divert your payment.
Waiting for your reply.Thanks & regards,
Korea Uni Com Co., Ltd.E: [email protected]
Customer Service and Inside Sales Representative – AWP
Middle East & Southern Africa
Terex Equipment Middle East LCC
PO Box 282325, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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