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Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2019 06:14:55 -0300 (BRT)
From: "Mme Sylviane C. EON" <>
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I, the undersigned Mrs. Sylviane EON French nationality. I send you this present message in order to request your agreement for the construction of a donation project. Having lost my husband and my 8 year old child in a tragic and fatal accident a few years ago, I have no family or child who could benefit from my fortune.

Currently hospitalized in the US for a terminal cancer, I decided to donate my fortune so you can achieve the charity of your choice.

For that I bequeath to you as a gift a sum of one million five hundred thousand US dollars ($ 1,500,000 USD) bank in West Africa where I had settled after the death of my husband and my child.

Thank you to answer for details.


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