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#403321 by Troy Platt Thu Jan 16, 2020 9:04 am
From: Martines DALTON <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2020 18:41:38 +0000


Please, I know this message sounds strange, surprising and probably incredible to you, but it is the reality. My name is DALTON Martines, born on January 25, 1949 in the Brequigny clinic in Rennes, consultant in Switzerland, where I worked for 15 years. I had to contact you this way because I want to do something very important. It'll sound a bit suspicious, but you don't know me. By the way, I have esophageal cancer that is terminally ill. My doctor only informed me that my days are being counted based on my condition. I have had this disease for over 4 years. My husband is dead and I have no children because I lost my husband and our only son in a traffic accident. I plan to donate all my belongings. I almost sold my things, including an oil company, part of that money goes to various associations, help centers for orphans and the homeless. I don't know what you do, but I want to help you help others. At that time, I had in my personal account account lock the sum of € 700,000 that I had kept for a project to build an orphanage. I will be able to give you this money that can help you in your business and projects. I ask you to accept this because it is a gift that I am giving you and that without asking for anything.

May God's peace and mercy be with you.

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