On Fri, March 6th. from 2020 to 20:49, Valentina Yurina <email@example.com> wrote:
Can I trust you?
Receiving this message may seem like a surprise to you, please
accept it as a blessing from God made possible by a man with a
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a great citizen of the United Kingdom, I bring you a proposal in which
I want you to help me. Now it's painful to report that
I have suffered from coronary artery disease in the last 12
years ago, and just a few weeks ago, my doctors notified me that I would not pass
another five months. I want you to help me distribute some funds
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are willing to help me accomplish this task and I
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Thank you, I hope to read soon. Always answer here, email@example.com
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