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Mr. Duke Dayal Re: business investment

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From: "Mr. Duke Dayal" <antonio.rebbben@gmail.com>
Reply: gew2468w@gmail.com
Date: Thu, 5 Mar 2020 06:16:58 -0300
Subject: Re: business investment


*Compliment of The Day,*

*I have a Very important request that made me to contact you, my name is
Mr. Duke Dayal, the Chief Finance Officer and the Executive Director of the
Santander Bank UK plc, I found your profile very interesting and I decided
to reach you directly to solicit your assistance and Guidelines in making a
business investment and transfer of $50M to your country within the next
few days by MT103.*

*With your sincere assistance and co-operation, be so kind to contact me at
your earlier convince through my private email below to enable me furnish
you with more details of this lofty venture.*


*B/G*
*Mr. Duke Dayal*
*CFO & Executive Director*
*Santander Bank UK*

*gw79430@gmail.com <gw79430@gmail.com>*

One Comment

  1. I got exactly the same email. And they way they work is to ask you pay for the lawyer consulting fee before you actually got the money they promised .

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