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INVESTMENT PROPOSAL
mrssusanrice@yahoo.com


Scam Email received June 28, 2018 from mrssusanrice@yahoo.com

mrssusanrice@yahoo.com
mrssusanrice@yahoo.com
Email From:

mrssusanrice@yahoo.com

Subject:

INVESTMENT PROPOSAL

Other emails used:

mrssusanrice@yahoo.com,

Email Subject:

INVESTMENT PROPOSAL


INVESTMENT PROPOSAL – mrssusanrice@yahoo.com


Dear Sir, How are you today? I hope this message finds you well! I am contacting you based on your personal information I found at your chamber of commerce as someone that has vast and wide experience in business environment of your country. My name is Dr Edward Shaw, I am interested in establishing and operating a very viable business as a means of investment abroad.I do not know too well on how this is done in your country, so I will need you to help me in this regard.Therefore, I seek your advice and guidance any lucrative business investment in your country’s economy and if possible, we can work in partnership. If you are interested contact me for further details.I look forward to your reply and co-operation.Best Regards, Dr.Edward Shaw. mrssusanrice@yahoo.com

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