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A famous trick of spammers is to engage you in conversation in hopes that you'll reveal private information and/or forward money. Don't fall for it. Trust your instincts!Hello,
How are you today?I got your contact email while searching for Music teacher on the internet. I have a son (John) who is interested studying music. John doesn't have any previous in music but he is ready to learn. He's 12 year old with very sharp brain. I want John to come over to your present location to attend the lessons. If you agree to accept John as your student, please get back to me with the following information...
Total fees for One month lesson (Two hours lessons in a week)?
Your teaching location and phone number?
The instrument you teach?
Years of experience/specialization?
I want the lessons to start by 11th of March.
PLEASE DON'T REPLY ME IF YOU ARE UNAVAILABLE TEACHER.
Looking forward to hear from you.