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Passsion Driven Investment Opportunity
phil.globalresource@gmail.com


Scam Email received June 22, 2018 from phil.globalresource@gmail.com

phil.globalresource@gmail.com
phil.globalresource@gmail.com
Email From:

phil.globalresource@gmail.com

Subject:

Passsion Driven Investment Opportunity

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phil.globalresource@gmail.com,

Email Subject:

Passsion Driven Investment Opportunity


Passsion Driven Investment Opportunity – phil.globalresource@gmail.com


Hello, I am Dr. Phil Pearson, a business and investment consultant. I got your contact details in my search for reliable and reputable company(s) or persons to partner in an area of investment within Asia and Africa. With a good annual return on investment. Our team of experts will engage with you to identify profitable areas of investment, understudy same and careful engage professionals within the ambit of the law to key in action plan. Funding will be sourced by us as there are existing donors and investors readily available to fund such project(s). Should this interests you, do send us feedback to enable us put in action plans and workout modalities for a conference with you where we would interface, build confidence, consider proposals and seal contracts if possible Best regards Phil Pearson(Dr) Global Resources Services London, United Kingdom phil.globalresource@gmail.com

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