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Scam Email received July 10, 2018 from dlaminisibusiso03@gmail.com

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AzimHashimPremji@solution4u.com, azimhashimpremji@solution4u.com

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I&m Azim Hashim Premji, an Indian business tycoon, investor, and philanthropist. I&m the chairman of Wipro Limited. I gave away 25 percent of my personal wealth to charity. And I also pledged to give away the rest of 25% this year 2018 to Individuals..I have decided to donate 450,000.00USD to you. If you are interested in my donation, do contact me for more info. AzimHashimPremji@solution4u.com You can also read more about me via the link below http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A zim_Premji Warm Regard CEO Wipro Limited Azim Hashim Premji Ich bin Azim Hashim Premji, ein indischer Wirtschaftsmagnat, Investor und Philanthrop. Ich bin der Vorsitzende von Wipro Limited. Ich habe 25 verschenkt Prozent meines persönlichen Reichtums für wohltätige Zwecke. Und ich habe auch versprochen, zu geben weg den Rest von 25% in diesem Jahr 2018 an Einzelpersonen..Ich habe mich dazu entschieden spende 450.000,00 USD an dich. Wenn Sie an meiner Spende interessiert sind, tun Sie Kontaktieren Sie mich für weitere Informationen. AzimHashimPremji@solution4u.com Sie können auch mehr über mich über den folgenden Link lesen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A zim_Premji Herzlicher Gruss Geschäftsführer Wipro Limited Azim Hashim Premji azimhashimpremji@solution4u.com

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