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From: DHL <[email protected]>
Date: 12 Jul 2022 22:54:04 -0700
Subject: DHL Shipping Notice: AWB 687862680

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YOUR PARCEL IS ON ITS WAY

Your DHL Express shipment it’s on it’s way and we will require your
confirmation on the delivery address in the shipping Document we have
with us as we are unable to locate your address.

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Shipment number: 41407420482318

We sent you this email on behalf of BuyAParcel.com as they’ve asked
us to deliver a parcel to you.
We haven’t signed you up to a mailing list and we’ll only use your
email address to contact you about this parcel.
DHL Parcel UK Ltd. Company number 00965783. Registered office address
120 Buckingham Avenue, Slough, SL1 4LZ
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