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Felipe Andres - mrfelipeandress3@gmail.com

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from: Felipe Andres <mrfelipeandress3@gmail.com>
date: May 3, 2021, 12:55 AM
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Hello my name is Felipe Andres, a lawyer by profession. I want to introduce you as a close relative to my late client , who has the same last name with you. You will help claim the amount. that my client left at the bank before his death.
My client died in a car accident with his wife and only child. Upon completion of the transfer, you will have 50% of the total funds and 50% will be for me. I look forward to your response to inform you about the next step.
Felipe Andres
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