Hello pal, My name is Robin Chamma Jr a United States Army and a member of the USARPAC Medical Team that was stationed in Baghdad, for the United States; we have about 9.2 million US dollars that we want to move out of the country. My partners and I need a good partner, someone we can trust to actualize this venture. The money is from oil proceeds and legal. But we are moving it by diplomatic means to your house directly or a safe and secured location of your choice using diplomatic courier services. But can we trust you? Once the funds get to you, you take your 30% out and keep our own 70%. Your own part of this deal is to find a safe place where the funds can be sent to. Our own part is sending it to you. I am among the 50,000 US soldiers left behind to train Iraqi soldiers. If you are interested I will furnish you with more details, but the question is can I trust you? Urgently waiting your response. Your buddy, Sgt Robin Chamma. ___________________________________________________________________________ ÃÑÓáÊ áß åÐå ÇáÑÓÇáÉ ãä ãæÞÚ ãÏÑÓÉ ÇÈä ÎáÏæä
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