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Bode George - [email protected]

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from: T George <[email protected]>
reply-to: [email protected]
date: Jul 29, 2020, 9:16 PM
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Good morning ,

I am keen in investing in your country and I need your assistance and
co-operation to actualize it. I have investment interest in Yacht ,
Fishing, shipping, oil and gas, Energy , Agriculture, mining, exotic
properties for commercial/residential and development properties,
hotels and any other viable investment opportunities in your country
you deem lucrative based on your recommendation, will be highly
welcomed. I want to send you the sum of 50 million dollars to manage
in an investment. For your anticipation in receiving and managing the
funds in a good business, I will give you 20% of the money as your
commission. Let me know if you have the ability to handle this, so I
can give you more information.

I am a notable politician in my country

Regards

Bode George
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