Lucrative business project
Allegedly from: KIm YuNG info at aol.com
I have a very lucrative business project to discuss with you.
The Project is about the exportation of 100,000 barrels of Light Crude Oil daily out from Iraq to Turkey through my client's company in Iraq at the rate of $102.00 a barrel. This amount to $10,200,000 daily. I ask for your support as a foreigner to handle this business project with my client and
Reply if interested.
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