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Cancelled: Can You help me with Ing. Manfred Hoffman- Gmbh @ Wednesday, 27 June 2018

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Cancelled: Can You help me with Ing. Manfred Hoffman- Gmbh @ Wednesday, 27 June 2018

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Cancelled: Can You help me with Ing. Manfred Hoffman- Gmbh @ Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Cancelled: Can You help me with Ing. Manfred Hoffman- Gmbh @ Wednesday, 27 June 2018 –

JUN 27 style=font-size: 24px; vertical-align: middle; color: #454545; font-weight: lighter; line-height: 26px;> Can You help me with Ing. Manfred Hoffman- Gmbh has been cancelled cellspacing=0″ cellpadding=0″> When Wednesday, 27 June 2018 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time – Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London Message Greetings .I know this message might meet you in utmost surprise , however, it's just my urgent need for a foreign partner that made me to contact you for this mutual benefiting business when searching for a good and reliable and trust worthy person. I got your contact email address from a Business directory and decided to connect you to this transaction that is based on trust and your understanding. I am Mr. David Marshall Manager Audit/Accounting Department Adb Bank Porto Novi , I would like to know if this proposal will be worthwhile for your acceptance have a Foreign Customer, Manfred Hoffman from Germany who was an Investor, Shell Petroum Crude Oil Merchant and Federal Government Contractor, he was a victim with Accident du Soukhoï Superjet 100 sur le mont SalakOn 9 May 2012 leaving a closing balance of 5 Million five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($5.5m) in one of his Private US dollar Account that was been managed by me as his Customer's Account Officer. Base on my security report The New Fiancial stripulet that any Fund without Resonable Cliam Will cliam and Transfer to the Goverment National Treasury However these funds can be claimed without any hitches as no one is aware of the funds and it's closing balance except me and the customer who is (Now Deceased) therefore, I can present you as the Next of Kin and we will work out the modalities for the claiming of the funds in accordance with the law. Now, if you are interested and really sure of your trustworthy, accountability and confidentiality on this transaction without disappointment, you can contact me using my private Email Our sharing ratio will be 50% for me and 40% for you, While 10% will be for the necessary expenses that might occur along the line. I expect your reply Sincerely David Marshall +229 63605647 style=text-align: center; margin-top: 15px; font-family: helvetical, Arial, sans-serif; color: #878787; font-size: 12px; padding-bottom: 10px; max-width: 590px;> This Event invitation was sent from style=text-decoration: none; text-shadow: white; color: #2862c5;>Yahoo7 Calendar

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