Koffi Solomon - koffisolomon05@gmail.com

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Koffi Solomon - koffisolomon05@gmail.com

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from: Koffi <koffisolomon05@gmail.com>
date: Jan 19, 2022, 6:20 PM
subject: Please i need your urgent help
mailed-by: gmail.com

Hello dear beloved,

I am Master Solomon, a 22 years old and the only child of
late Mr. and Mrs. Aka David. My father was a businessman in the cocoa
and gold business here in Abidjan, the economic capital of the Ivory
Coast. My father was on a business trip with one of his business
partners who poisoned him to death on that business trip.

Before my father died in the private hospital where he was treated, he
had a sum of five million and five hundred thousand dollars ($
5,500,000) in one of the leading banks here in Abidjan, where he
deposited it and uses my name as the closest relative, since he has no
other child, and recommended me to choose a foreign partner who will
help me move the money abroad for investment so that my evil
relatives don't kill me and take away what he left for me.

I want you to transfer this to your investment account there in your country.

I would like to ask for your support in the following areas:

(1) To provide a bank account to which this money is transferred.

(2) Act as my guardian to secure this fund as I am only 22 years old
and have little experience.

(3) To help me get to your country after the transaction is complete
so that I can continue my studies and invest under your care.

I am ready to give you 30% of the total amount realized as
compensation for your effort after completion.

Thank you as I am waiting for your reply.

Godd bless you.

Koffi Solomon
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