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Melania Trump - WindTrade Investment - melaniatrump272@gmail.com

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from: MELANIA TRUMP <melaniatrump272@gmail.com>
date: Jan 14, 2022, 2:40 PM
subject: Re:
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Hello,

From WindTrade Investment

I welcome you into the new year 2022. I brought you lots of investment plans/offers to enable you start the year with an investment plan with WindTrade. WindTrade is a worldwide investment platform, which allows you to invest in cryptos and other digital currencies. You do not want to miss out from this lucrative investment which will turn you into a millionaire in 6 months. The minimum amount to start with is USD300 which will be catapulted to USD8,000 in a month. Bitcoin crypto currency has made many people millionaires and I encourage you to start investment today with the platform. They will guide you and give you instructions. They will send you the link to register and fund your account and start earning profit on daily bases. This is your golden opportunity to transform your financial capability this 2022. Do not allow yourself to remain in financial crises in this Pandemic.

Disclaimer:
We offer a good deal and we encourage you to try and partake in this lucrative investment. I will appreciate your feedback. We look forward to serving you better. WindTrade is in collaboration with Horizon Global Trust

Bank: Horizon Global Trust Fund
Email: info@horizonglobaltrusts.com
Tel: Phone: +1 (202) 919-9343

Once you contact the bank they will send you the link to register and make a deposit into your investment account. I will appreciate your feedback.

Best regards
Mrs. Melania Trump
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from: MRS. MELANIA TRUMP <melaniatrump272@gmail.com>
reply-to: gardfsrv@gmail.com
date: Apr 5, 2022, 9:02 AM
subject: Re:
mailed-by: gmail.com

Greetings,

On 24th February 2022, Russia launched a full-scale military invasion on Ukraine. The conflict has the potential to be a humanitarian catastrophe. In the last few weeks since Russia launched a full-scale invasion on Ukraine, the UN reports 3,000 000 people have already fled their homes. Neighboring countries are receiving refugees. Poland, for instance, has estimated that it could receive up to 2 million refugees. In response to this crisis, we are donating $100 million USD to major Intergovernmental Organizations and local NGOs on the ground to help provide emergency relief to refugees and children to support logistics on the ground such as food, fuel and supplies for refugees in countries bordering with Ukraine and more. To help the people of Ukraine please join us by replying to this email with your full name, home address, date of birth, occupation, telephone number and ID. We are partnering with people around the world who are ready to travel within and outside Europe and help in receiving refugees from Ukraine. You will be allocated with the sum of USD5, 000 000 to work with.

Our Solutions

1. Protect the Children
As part of our ongoing partnership with UNICEF, we are donating towards efforts to protect the welfare of the 7.5 million children in Ukraine. As conflict escalates so will the needs of the children and their families. The funds will go towards medical supplies, providing safe drinking water, social protection and emergency educational resources.

Best regards
Melania Trump
United Nation Humanitarian member.
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