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Edgard Wilfried - edgardwilfried2@gmail.com

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from: edgard Wilfried <edgardwilfried2@gmail.com>
date: Oct 19, 2020, 5:22 PM
subject: Re: Hello
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Thanks for your response.

My name is Attorney Edgard Wilfried
748 Boulevard Jean-Paul II, Maritime
Lome, Togo
Phone : +228 96881087

Please accept my apologies as I don't intend to invade into your privacy. I am referring to my deceased client's estate which I have received several letters from the bank asking me to present the closest relatives or any of the family members of my client who can claim the abandoned funds valued $5,200,000.00 USD, or it will be confiscated by the bank if I don't locate any of his family members. Hence, my reason for contacting you with this surprise message.

After your response, I will provide you with the details and procedures of the transaction. Awaiting for your reply.

Attorney Edgard Wilfried
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