Scam Email received July 6, 2018 from firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention – email@example.com
Would you be willing to spare 10 to 15 min out of your busy schedule to chat with us and allow us to share how others have benefited from our Partnership , production possibility curve and opportunity cost,hereby making capital convenience for manufacturers, retailers stay ahead of the technology curve?Thank you ! Wanted to see if I could have the opportunity to connect you with our team. We the continental management Group invite you to partner with us and benefit in our new Loan and Partnership Project funding program. We offer flexible loans and funding for various projects bypassing the usual rigorous procedures. This Funding program allows a client to enjoy low interest payback for as low as 3 – 4% per annum for a period of 5-10 years. We can approve a loan/funding for up to USD 250,000,000,000.00 or more depending on the nature of business. We are currently funding for:We are interested in investing in your country with your help, we will be willing to partner with you and invest a huge amount of money for the investment. I must like you to give our company your assistants to invest in your country and having a good business relationship with you. * Starting up a Franchise * Automotive * Business Acquisition * Business Expansion * Commercial Real Estate purchase * Contract Execution * Oil & Gas/General BusinessWe are open to having a good business relationship with you. If you think you have a solid background and idea of making good profit in any venture, please do not hesitate to contact us for possible business co-operation. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks and Best RegardsSuzanne Hong.ho Investment Manager CMCA AMS Continental Management Group of Comp. (CMGC) Fax: 917-268-5521 Email: email@example.com YM: hong.hosuzzane firstname.lastname@example.org
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