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#385792 by Troy Platt Tue May 14, 2019 8:40 am
From: Kalima Kamokai <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 14 May 2019 17:46:36 +0700
Subject: PLEASE READ


Dear: Sir/Madam,

I am Capt, Peter Mugisa, an officer with US Army; presently serving
in the Military keeping force, moving to Afghanistan from Baghdad,
Iraq.

I hope your E-mail adresse is still valid, Can you assist me receive and keep
two boxes which contains Gold, and cash worth Millions of United
States Dollars for investment.

I need your assistance for the safe keeping of the two military trunk
boxes which I will send to you through Delivery Company here from
Afghanistan.

please, confirm your bellow details if you are interested to assist me.

1) Your full name and address: where they will deliver the boxes to you.

2) Mobile Phone. That you'll be contacted anytime.

3) Company's name, position and address.Profession, age and marital
status.The paramount issue in this deal is if you can be trusted,
please assure me, before i send the trunks.

God bless you.

Best Regards,

Capt, Peter Mugisa
US ARMY

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