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#400666 by Troy Platt Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:38 am
Reply-To: [email protected]
From: Hussein Harmush <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2019 11:36:26 +0000
Subject: HI

Hello Dear Friend,

I am Col. Hussein Harmush, An Army officer from Syria but now living with the United Nations on asylum in Canberra city of Australia. I got your contact through internet. I want to seek your assistance in the following ways:

1. To assist me look for a profitable business opportunity in your country where I can invest to sustain my living until the ongoing civil war and political crisis in my country (Syria) is over.

2. To assist me purchase a living home in your country, I have a sum of $5,700,000.00 USD (Five Million Seven Hundred United States Dollars Only) with a financial institution in London. Should there be any need for evidence, or a proof of my seriousness and genuineness of this business opportunity, I have a Certificate of Deposit as a proof of fund for your confirmation.

Please kindly assist I to receive this $5,700,000.00 USD in your personal bank account to enable me come over to your country with my family for resettlement and investment. I will compensate you greatly for this help. I am also ready to associate with a local partner; provided your Government will grant me a Residence Permit after the funds hits your Bank account. Could you please send me an email response via my private email ID: [email protected] to enable me knows that you have received my email business proposal? Reply me now!

Thanks and Regards,

Col. Hussein Harmush.

Writing from Canberra Australia.

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