Flor Kubota - ms.florkubota410@aol.com

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Flor Kubota - ms.florkubota410@aol.com

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from: ms.florkubota410@aol.com
reply-to: ms.florkubota410@aol.com
date: Jan 23, 2022, 3:02 PM
subject: Re:
mailed-by: aol.com

Dear Sir,

My name is Flor Kubota, I am Mexican Citizen by birth and Japanese
Citizen by marriage, I lost my husband some few years ago to CANCER
sickness, I did not know that my late father kept funds for me in a
bank in the UK where he lived until he died, my late father gave the
bank a (Condition) that I must be married and the funds must be
released only to my husband,

I have a problem, I was married and have children already and I have
lost my husband before I was informed by my fathers lawyer in London
about the funds, I do not wish to get married again, I only wish to
live with my children and take care of them, but I need to claim the
funds from the institution where it is, I will need your help to act
as my husband for the institution to release the funds to you, so
that after the institution release the funds to you I will receive it
back from you, but you will get ten percent of the ($50,000,000.00,
Fifty Million United States Dollars) which will be ($5,000,000.00,
Five Million United States Dollars).

This is legitimate invitation from me to you, and not related to any
crime, all I ask is for you to act as my husband, and my lawyer will
take care of all the documents that will be required, you will not
need to travel and you will not need to be married to me in reality.

If you are interested, please let me know, so that I can send you details.

Regards,

Ms. Flor Kubota
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