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#27531 by Breakwind Wed Apr 28, 2010 11:34 am
From MR. PAUL GRANDSTON. Tue Apr 27 23:52:01 2010
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This is Paul Granston there is a customer of our financial institution
with some good financial asset, although now late. We tried to find a
possible successor to no avail. I want you to get back to me so that we
can take advantage of the situation.


Paul Granston

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