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From: "Lee Shing" <email@example.com>
I am Mr. Lee Shing, Principal Assurance manager for the Nanyang Commercial Bank of China. An investment was placed under my management eight years ago by a customer who is now deceased. I need your assistance in investing these funds. If you're interested contact me via my private email. If you're not interested in my offer do not respond to this email. Awaiting your urgent reply. Thanks and my regards.
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