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Begin forwarded message:

From: "Aimee Jackson" <sales@Digital-Ads.net>
Date: 30 November 2015 11:52:12 GMT
To: <j.........@aol.com>
Subject: RE: Reminder

Dear Business Owner,

I Just want to confirm that did you get my last mail or not.

Do you have any update with regards to our Services?

 

Await your response!

 

Best Regards

Aimee Jackson

Business Development Manager

Email ID:   sales@Digital-Ads.net

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From: Aimee Jackson [mailto: sales@Digital-Ads.net]

Sent: Monday, June 02, 2015 4:00 PM

To: j.........@aol.com

Subject: Making money online

 

Hi,

Are you the person in charge of getting new business? If so, you might find this useful.
We are designed Multi-Touch services to get you in front of potential clients.

We create call to action through emails, social media channels and search engines until we set an appointment with a qualified decision maker.

Can I set up a call with you to explore this further?
Or is there someone else I need to talk to? I hope you can help me out.


Best Regards

Aimee Jackson

Business Development Manager

Email ID:   sales@Digital-Ads.net

 

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