Joseph Miller—bonjour

Good one! 1st the subject is "bonjour" but the entire email is English.

Then, the email says "for my female client." How often do you hear such a sentence from an attorney at law?

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I am contacting you in request for investment to be an estate manager to my client. I am an attorney with the Benin Law Firm acting as an investment consultant to my female client.

She is in agreement with me to source on her behalf, a foreign investor with many years of experience to manage her late husbands estate.

Get back to me for more details.

Joseph Miller.