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#394418 by Troy Platt Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:47 am
Reply-To: [email protected]
From: Charles Kone <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 15 Aug 2019 11:59:06 +0000
Subject: Message From Charles,


Dearest One,

Greeting, Please I need your help, Please am sending you this email
with tears because we have not met or seen before. My name is Charles
Kone, Am 19 years old and the only child to my late parents. Please,
here is what I want to discuss with you.

My late father have the sun ($9 million US dollars) with a bank here
before he died and because of the agreement he had with the bank that
I must get to 25 years old. But if i can get someone or guardian I can
trust then, the bank will transfer the money to the country of my
choice.

I am ready to offer you 30% of the money for your help. Then I'll go
back to school for the betterment of my life while you help me invest
the money in your country. Please i need your urgent reply with your
details so that I can forward all the documents from the bank and give
you the bank contact to contact them. Thanks, Please contact me on
this email address for more information, ( [email protected] )

You’re sincerely
Charles Kone.

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