This has surely got to be one of the most disturbing examples of spam ever. The message comes from a supposed hitman who claims he will terminate his contract unless he is paid $80,000. If you don't pay up, he will kill you.
In one way its very far fetched, but people have fallen for plenty of other scams.
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