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Partnership Proposal

Scam Email received June 21, 2018 from setsukoworley@gmail.com

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Partnership Proposal

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Partnership Proposal

Partnership Proposal – setsukoworley@gmail.com

Hi, Hope you are doing great. Myself, Setsuko Worley working as a Business consultant with an US based reputed IT Company. We are based at Atlanta, GA and offshore development center in Sweden & India. We have 120+ white label partners around the globe working with us for different IT services. We have been serving this industry for past 8 years. We can help you in expanding your services to next level. We can act like an IT partner for you, whom you can rely for any kind of project needs. We offer the following services: . Business/Informative Website Development . E-Commerce Development/Online Store . Mobile Apps(Android Apps, Iphone Apps,Windows apps) . Digital Marketing Services(SEO, SMO,PPC, Google 1st Page Ranking) . Graphics Design(Banner, Logo, Brochure etc.) I am looking for an opportunity to talk to you so that we can discuss the opportunity of working together. Please suggest me any good time and number to reach you. Do let me know if you are interested, then I can send you our past work details, testimonials, affordable quotation with best offer and Price list. A revert will be highly appreciated. Thanks, Setsuko Worley setsukoworley@gmail.com

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