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Williams Obi - remittancepaymentunit014@gmail.com

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from: REMITTANCE PAYMENTUNIT <remittancepaymentunit014@gmail.com>
date: Sep 5, 2020, 7:41 PM
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How are you today? I am writing you this mail based on our last discussion in which you said no money to pay for your charges to enable you to receive your $10.5m, Sir may I ask you if I get My friend Financial to borrow you the amount that is needed for you to receive your fund, than you pay black when you receive the fund is that OK? If you are interested I need your answers to move forward.
Regards,
Mr. Williams Obi
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