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- Scammer Slammer
- Posts: 1689
- Joined: 15 Sep 2021
from: From Sergei Ivanov Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Mar 2, 2022, 11:51 PM
subject: From Sergei Ivanov Jr.
Do bear with me as my English is not so good but I am desperately
looking for a solution and way out of this mess, My Dad didn't want me
to do it this way of reaching out for help but I choose to do it
He is worried that whoever I found as a trusted partner outside of
Russia to assist us might want to take advantage of our family
predicament and the desperate situation we've found ourselves with the
bank in Turkey about to freeze our family financial assets.
The account manager at the bank in Turkey has given us within the next
72 hours to act or have our deposit in the bank frozen as both U.S.,
Canada, UK, EU Countries and other countries are coming down hard with
sanctions and assets freezing of people close to Mr. Putin with my Dad
as one of them being an inner circle friend to Mr. Putin but it’s
strictly a business relationship. They fail to realize that my Dad
doesn't have any way of deciding for President Putin what to do.
Kindly let me know if you can be of help so I can send you more
details of what the bank in Turkey requested us to do to get our
family deposits out quickly as soon as possible to nominate a third
Thanks for your anticipated cooperation and looking forward to your
reply to my private e-mail below.
Sergei Ivanov Jr.
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