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- Posts: 3821
- Joined: 24 Jan 2020
from: Nykolai Kovalenko <email@example.com>
date: Apr 13, 2022, 1:04 PM
My name is Nykolai Kovalenko , I am Ukrainian Citizen and we are presently at the Poland border with my wife and two children,because of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine which they invaded our country, we almost lost everything, and even till now have not seen our eldest son.
I am contacting you now to seek your assistance in securing my money , which is my life savings.Because as it stands now we are looking forward to starting a new life with this money in your country. I want you to help us buy a new house in your country, then use the rest to invest in a lucrative business over there , then we should find a way to your country once we enter Poland alive.
I have made all the necessary arrangements with United Nations Agents to deliver this money to you. If you are interested in working with us , please kindly send your information to my email address
firstname.lastname@example.org, for more details. Please keep this message confidential.
I await your response
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