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Fraud Item: WCCRWAC 2013/ International Child Right Organization / Joint World Conference

Fraudulent message

From: info_wccrwac2013@foxmail.com
Date: 10/03/2013
Subject: International Child Conference...
Dear Madam/Sir,
On behalf of the International Child Right Organization we are delighted to invite you to the United State and Senegal for the Joint World Conference on child right and war-affected children from November 19th to 22nd In the united States and from November 25th to 29th in Senegal.

This Conference will bring together practitioners, researchers and educators from around the world who are engaged in Child Right, Child Health and Social
Development.

Interested delegate should contact the Conference Secretary for more information:
Email:  info_wccrwac2013@foxmail.com

We look forward to welcoming you all to (WCCRWAC 2013)

With best regard,

Glad Aileen,
Email: Glad_Aileen@qq.com

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