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Dr Christine Albertin - acnkem@gmail.com

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from: Dr Christine Albertin <drchristinealbertin@gmail.com>
to: acnkem@gmail.com
date: Nov 3, 2020, 1:55 PM
subject: INFORMATION
mailed-by: gmail.com

Ten - man Mexico City Covid19 Task-force,
Infectious Disease Control Unit,
Mexico City Mexico,
Mexico.


Dear Sir/Madam,

My name is Dr Christine Albertin - Infectious Disease Control Unit
Mexico. I am a member of Ten - man Mexico City Covid19 Task-force
fighting the scourge of this virus in my state. I want to draw to your
attention, an ongoing contract purchases overseen directly by this
Task-force.

We have an over-inflated contract sum of $18.3M USD which is a proceed of
purchases of PPE and Medical contraptions from Medical Suppliers
outside of Mexico. These contractors have received their contract fees
and this task force is left with the over-quoted sum of money. We
intend to present you as one of these contractors that made supplies
to us in order to have this contract sum transferred to you.
This proposal is genuine and without risk.

We shall perfect the contract documents and pro formal invoice in your
company"s name or name to ensure it is very legitimate and without
rancour, this will precede the payment of this sum to your account. We
shall share the proceed of this transaction with you. Please get back
to me for further explanation and figure involved.

Thank you as I await your reply.

Regards,
Dr Christine Albertin
Infectious Disease Control Unit
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