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from: Brain Halls <mr.muhammadu@gmail.com>
reply-to: brainhalls75@outlook.com
date: Feb 21, 2021, 11:05 AM
subject: I'm waiting for your response.
mailed-by: gmail.com

Hello,

I am highly honored to send you this message.I Know you might be
having a lot of thoughts in What this Project Is all about. It is a
fact that we have not met before neither have we had any previous
business dealings, but I strongly believe that with understanding and
trust we can have a successful business relationship.

I am a principal staff with Oil & Gas Company {BG GROUP} in United
Kingdom. I have access to very vital information that can be used to
transfer funds out of the project account to a secured account outside
United Kingdom.I have the required machineries to get it done since I
am still in active service. If it was possible for me to do it alone I
would not have bothered soliciting for foreign support, ultimately I
need an honest foreigner to play an important role in the completion
of this business deal. I look forward to meeting you in person and
doing good business with you and please treat as confidential.

I wait your letter of intent to partner with me.

Sincerely yours,
Mr.Brain Halls.
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