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INVESTMENT PROJECT DEAL
pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com


Scam Email received January 21, 2021 from bombas.dev@rapo.cl

pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com
pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com
Email From:

bombas.dev@rapo.cl

Subject:

INVESTMENT PROJECT DEAL

Other emails used:

pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com, pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com

Email Subject:

INVESTMENT PROJECT DEAL


INVESTMENT PROJECT DEAL – pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com


Hello I was looking for a reliable person that I can trust so that he/she can be able to handle some business investment deals I have at hand before I meet you.I wait your response so that I will advise you onhow to proceed now.ThanksBarrister. Paul Dean (Esq) Legal Practitioner & Solicitor. UAE, UK, SWEDEN, USA & Germany Address:1023 Bluffhaven Way Atlanta, Georgia 30319 USA E-mail:pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com This email has been checked for viruses by AVG antivirus software. www.avg.com pauldean.barrister.consultant@gmail.com

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