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From ???@??? Tue Jul 05 17:30:22 2005
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Date: Tue,  5 Jul 2005 17:30:22 +0100 (BST)

Dear Friend,

This letter may come to you as a surprise but I plead with you to
Patiently read through it before making a decision whether to assist
me or not.I got your contact through the international trade and
commerce (ITCC).I wish to solicit for your assistance in this transaction,
which I strongly believe, will be of mutual benefit to all parties. My
name is Alex Robertson, a solicitor at law and will like to see