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William Vals - Vals Construction - yuuynnbb@gmail.com

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from: willians vals <yuuynnbb@gmail.com>
date: Jul 24, 2020, 6:22 AM
subject: Reply as soon as possible
mailed-by: gmail.com

I am Mr. William Vals the owner of Vals Construction Inc. I am a British Citizen. Last year the Exxon Mobil Corporation awarded a contract to my company for the total overhauling and turns around the maintenance of an oil refinery. The total amount for the contract was $25million. They advanced $15million and I used my own money to add to the $15million, to duly complete the contract as required, it was commissioned. I later pay off my workers since I had no other contract with that company
The contract was completed, commissioned and the refineries are working perfectly as I write you this email and since then Exxon Mobil Corporation had not paid the balance of $10million. Not until few days, I got information that the company is ready to pay the balance of $10million.
Because my health situation is critical I decided to contact you to stand as my representative and receive this balance of $10million and use as I proposed below.
Regarding my health situation, I was diagnosed with lung cancer and admitted in a hospital and after series of diagnoses carried out on me, the doctor told me that I will not live much longer from now because my body system is no longer responding well to any medications, coupled with the fact that my larynx was removed last week from my anterior neck (throat) because the cancer has extended all over my body which makes it impossible for me to talk well again. My wife and my only child died eight year ago by a car accident. I was the only child of my late parents and I have no relations. I chose you to receive this money because you bear the same name with my child. You are a better option for me than to allow it to be paid to my account and it ends up in the hands of rich bankers when I die.
the money to help the poor and the needy no matter where they come from, according to how God may/will direct you.

My last wish is that you use
Yours sincerely,

Mr. William Vals
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