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from: Alfred Dieter <>
date: Oct 15, 2020, 2:56 AM
subject: Wire Transfer


As my last mail to you was not responded to. I hereby informed you for
the last time.

This is a transfer to your bank account details below.

Bank name: Deutsche Kreditbank Ag
Bank Branch: Leipzig city, Germany
Swift Bic: BYLADEM1001.
IBAN: DE56 1203 0000 0010 5034 49
Account Name: Bettina Schön

We will appreciate if you can confirm this to be true as we will not
be held liable for unauthorized transfer.

Reply only via

Yours faithfully
Mr. Alfred Dieter
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