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Tom Harp - th.tomharp101@gmail.com

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from: Mr. Tom Harp <aaron@sunerandgarcia.com>
reply-to: th.tomharp101@gmail.com
to: Recipients <aaron@sunerandgarcia.com>
date: Apr 9, 2021, 9:32 PM
subject: Attn: Dear Friend_+

Good day,

I am Tom Harp, I have emailed you earlier on without any response from you. On my first email I mentioned about my late client Daniel, whose relatives I cannot get in touch with. But both of you have the same last name so it will be very easy to front you as his official next of kin. I am compelled to do this because I would not want the finance house to push my clients funds into their treasury as unclaimed inheritance. If you are interested you do let me know so that I can give you Comprehensive details on what we are to do.

Sincerely,

Tom Harp.
Email:th.tomharp101@gmail.com
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