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Post by Karmaism »

to: Recipients <>
date: Oct 13, 2020, 7:52 AM
subject: From tom Zadari

My name is Thomas Zadari
and i happen the be the first and
only child of Chief James Zadari a rich and famous man who died
sometime in 2019, I am 17 years old,after his death we discovered
he had large sum of money $145 Million Dollars (One hundred and
forty five million dollars) in a bank in CANADA

now we have been able to have access to this bank but i cannot
collect this money until when i am 21years old but can get
someone who will be

able to receive this money for investment and help us to build
our lives again,This is strictly bank to bank transaction
I will be very glad if you can accept this offer as we will work
to acheive success

Please kindly respond t
forward to hearing from you
tom Zadari

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