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This is a typical example of a “mystery scam” message. The purpose of the message is just to get you to reply — the scammer figures if he can just get you talking to him, he can hook you into whatever scam he is planning. He makes the message sound mysterious, because he figures that’s going to tempt you into contacting him for more information (and then he can pick your pocket).
Subject: I have a business proposer for you
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
Can I have a word with you. I have a business proposer for you. Please revert back for more details
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