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Edmund Kwassi - Lawyer - [email protected]

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from: Edmund Kwassi <[email protected]>
date: Jul 29, 2020, 11:57 PM
subject: Urgent proposal
mailed-by: gmail.com


I am sorry to contact you without your prior consent. It was because of the urgency of the Matter

My name is Edmund Kwassi , I
am a lawyer and i am contacting You for a business partnership.

I need Your approval to present You as the next of kin to One of my foreign deceased client who died in a car accident with his entire family.

Living behind $ 15.8 million [15
million eight thousand thousand] dollar deposited with a bank here.

With my support as his personal lawyer, the bank can recognize You as his closest relatives and release the money to You.

I look forward to your
positive response so I can
send you more details.

Please for security
reasons, You should send your response to my private email here:
[email protected]
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