Hello. How are you doing today? I sent this letter to you previously without getting any response. I am re-sending it once more hoping it gets to you this time and you confirm your position to enable me to stop any further search. Please note this is not connected with any deceptive intention as you may have anticipated. My Name is David Butcher, a registered lawyer in the United Kingdom, I am contacting you in respect of my client, Mr. Andrei Borodin, who needs a business partner for investment purposes this new year. He is seeking for a private company or individual good enough to invest his funds into any profitable business. Mr. Andrei Borodin has been in London since 2011 after being accused of fraud, and I can authoritatively inform you here that he has been granted political asylum here in the UK. More information about Mr. Borodin can be obtained here: - http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-21627481 The investment fund is Fourteen Million British Pounds Sterling (14,000,000:00) and can be increased if necessary. If you are interested, I can guarantee you that this exercise is straight forward and has no encumbrance whatsoever attached. Upon the confirmation of your full consent to participate, all the necessary information will be made available to you. I look forward for a good business relationship with you. Contact me through my private email: davidButcher11@consultant.com Best Regards, D. Butcher Esq
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