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from: Safi Ibrahim <>
date: Dec 9, 2021, 8:06 AM

Dear Mr/Sir,

My Name is Miss Safi Ibrahim from Libya, I am 22 years old, I am in
St.Christopher's Parish for refugee in Burkina Faso under United
Nations High commission for Refugee because I lost my parents in the
recent war in Libya, right now am in Burkina Faso, please save my
life i am in danger.

I need your help in transferring my inheritance my father left behind
for me in a Bank in Burkina Faso here, I have every information to
guide you get the money transferred to your bank account, all i need
is a foreigner who will stand as the foreign partner to my father and
beneficiary of the fund.

The money deposited in the Bank is US$10.500, 000.00 united state
dollars, I just need this fund to be transfer to your bank account so
that i will come over to your country and complete my education as you
know that my country have been in deep crisis due to the war, and I
cannot go back there again because I have nobody again all of my
family were killed in the war.

If you are interested to save me and help me receive my inheritance
fund Please get back to me on this email address
( for more details about me and the
inheritance funds.

Have a nice and blessed day with your family

Miss Safi Ibrahim.
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