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Post by OgunGoPingU »

from: igaa family <>
date: Dec 26, 2020, 8:06 PM
subject: Re:

Please kindly receive this letter with due respect as it might be very strange to you since I haven't communicated you or know each other before,I am Miss Ginny Igaa and my late Father was a victims of war in my country Cote d`Ivoire, my late father was a Cacao beans Merchant before he was killed by rebels during the recent war.

Please I am seeking for your kind assistance to help me to come and invest my inheritance money $4.5 Million Dollars into hotel business in your country so that you will help me to manage it on my behalf because I do not have any business experience before to manage the huge amount I inherited from my late father. Presently the Money is a Trunk box with a security company where my late father deposited it.

Best regards,
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