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larshans001@gmail.com


Scam Email received July 7, 2018 from larshans001@gmail.com

larshans001@gmail.com
larshans001@gmail.com
Email From:

larshans001@gmail.com

Subject:

Wealth Management

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Email Subject:

Wealth Management


Wealth Management – larshans001@gmail.com


Dear Sir/Madam I am making this contact from RALEIGH INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED, an Investment and Wealth Management Establishment here in the ISLE OF MAN, United Kingdom. I do have the mandate of a PRIVATE client with embattled political background to seek for individuals with Financial Management know-hows to handle the investment and management of over US$900M under strict anonymity. If you have fund management abilities, credible projects in need of funding or existing businesses requiring expansion, we would be delighted to work with you. Sincerely, Copper Philip Managing Partner RALEIGH INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED larshans001@gmail.com

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