Good Day . My name is Dragos has from Roumanie , I am 24 years old.
- I come with a very big problem and very hard to solve
on October 7, 2016 My Father, he died ......
has suffered from a bad illness, Cancer at Stomach Caused by incompetent doctors who are in hospital in Resita,
- I went to Timisoara at the Military Hospital, operated by Tumore, but it was too late. I took him to the private Cancer clinic, but he could not do anything else
- My dad borrowed the money from a Italian citizen who lives in Timisoara, a large sum of money, with which he mortgaged the house
The debt is many years back about 8 years ago
is an enormous amount for me and for anyone I can say
has 25,000 Euros
Since when Father died
Mr. Respectiv Fontana Luciano urges us to give him the money from where we know. We have done the acts of the Lawyer and the Notary
- I do not know where to get the money, wherever I go whatever I do
My mother is sick, she can not go to work ...
me I'm on the brink of desperation I do not know what else to do, where can I collect these money
I did not want to ask someone to help me buy another House, or a luxury car,
I am a poor man, I have a 35-year-old car, and thank me for what I have
What I want to pay all my debts. that my dad left me, I still have a 17-year-old brother. he's with school too.
I want to help my family, my mother who is sick, has serious health problems, can not work
It's very difficult for me to go through now
I do not want to Lose House, Mr. Respectiv Fontana Luciano comes with the Executor to take me out of the house
HIO, it's my rushes to crack my image to ask for help and ask you to help me ...
Good health I hope you, God help you
Please, All Soul You have Mercy, Mercy, and help me
That God will reward you for all the good that you do to me and to My Family.
I do not want to appear Public. I do not want to post messages.
I hope this message will reach you
With all Respect,
Forget the way you send me Money,
I have a bank account in Euro.
My full name: STAN DRAGOS CRISTIAN,
Caras - Severin:
Bank Account Number Euro: RO92BTRL01104201K28055XXSee More
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