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from: Анашкина Наталия Юрьевна <>
date: Nov 14, 2020, 7:21 PM
subject: Are you interested

Dear Sir / Madam,

i am Susan Sherman, i am from Petersburg Virginia .i work as a real-estate agent and Forex / Bitcoin Trader.have you heard about bitcoin? Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that profits the market can trade on your own and transfer on your own when ever you are ready.I do offer mentor-ship and tutoring to beginners looking to make the most profits from "Forex / Bitcoin Investments" all you need to do is to register and know the strategics of trading and time you are in the can start trade with the following amount below for more details get back to me.
$ 150 to get $ 1600 weekly
$ 250 to get $ 2600 weekly
$ 350 to get $ 3600 weekly
$ 450 to get $ 4600 weekly
$ 550 to get $ 5600 weekly.
Full access to monitor your account and 10% will be my commission after your withdrawal.if you are interested to invest get back to me here:
Do not be left away the market is booming.

Good to hear from you soon.

Susan Sherman.
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