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from: Captain Gatter <info@hitechabrasives.com> via gmail.com
to: iinfo@hitechabrasives.com
date: Apr 5, 2022, 7:50 AM
subject: ACT FAST NOW.
mailed-by: gmail.com

Good morning to you,

Are you aware Mr. Candido from Switzerland has already paid for the
deposit-boxes logistics into New York State. But the exchange broker
says while we are about transporting them there as you can see in the
below email attached (video), where he had advised we should try to come
along with a US stamped Power-of-Attorney issued to authorize him act on
your behalf to proceed with large funds remittance transfer into your
bank account as planned to avoid such incident that happened with his
other Russian client who failed to present he's that created the eyebrow
situation at the IRS intelligence server.

Hence, in as much as you're willing to abide by every prepared plan to
secure the POA or Letter-of-Attorney, it will be much easier for the
foreign exchange broker to access the total value worth of your
deposit-boxes and then transfer its proceeds to your bank account
without it been abandoned or manipulated.

CPKG
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