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Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is a socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letter, where I am promised millions for my assistance. These stories are all lies, and if I respond, sooner or later I will be asked to pay a fee. If I pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until I give up or run out of money. I will never see the millions, because they never existed.

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From: Madam Elizabeth Abu Khalid < Elizabeth@adventiste.org >
Date: Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 11:51 AM
Subject: Business Proposal ! ! !
To:





Compliment of the day to you,

Please kindly allow me crave your indulgence in introducing myself; I am Madam Elizabeth Abu Khalid, a 60years old
widow diagnosed of colorectal cancer. I was lawfully married to Late Mr. Abu Khalid, who naturally died after a brief
illness. My husband before his death was quite a loving and hard working person as he was into private engineering
practice, but he unfortunately passed away leaving me all he laboured for his entire life. Our life together as
husband and wife lasted for thirty years without a child and due to our helpless state of childlessness, my husband
and I vowed to uplift the Less-privilege and helpless orphans as he had great passion for persons who cannot help
themselves due to physical disability or misfortune. One can simply adduce this to the fact that he actually needed a
Child from our marriage, which unfortunately never came. Most recently, my surgeons admitted to the medical fact that
I ' ve only got limited number of days to live due to the resurfacing of my cancerous ailment and my battle for survival
has been on ever since I was diagnosed of this deadly disease. What really bothers me the most is the fact that my
cancer surgical doctors have successfully carried out all possible cancer therapies including cancer chemotherapy and
the last one was called radiation but my state has remained helpless as yet, they have therefore suggested I be
referred to hospice, i.e. cancer intensive medical care unit. And I' m afraid I may just have to accept the obvious
fact that I' ve only got little or no chance of survival.

In anticipation of this tragic and quite unfortunate reality that has befallen a widow like myself, I have decided to
make a selfless donation of the entire funds derived from my late husband' s vast estates and investments in capital
market to you and I want you to use this gift of Good-Will which comes from my husband’s effort to fund the upkeep of
widows, widowers, orphans, destitute, the down-trodden, physically challenged children, barren-women and persons who
prove to be genuinely handicapped financially. Our bank recently estimated the funds to have reached an approximated
sum of Twelve million Great Britain pounds (£12,000,000.00). I' ve therefore taken what I consider the biggest decision
of my life, to use this money in touching and affecting the lives of does in dear need of it because that' s exactly
what I consider true generosity, you give your all, and yet you feel like it cost you absolutely nothing. Give and it
shall be given to you For whatever measure you deal out to others, it will be dealt to you in return. I have therefore
been touched by the Almighty to take this kind hearted decision of giving in the spirit of true selflessness since I
do not have any child of my own that will inherit our wealth, except for little Jane and Mary whom I adopted some
years ago after the death of my husband because I actually needed someone around to show motherly love and care, they
will both clock 5 and 7 this year and are doing pretty well in their studies because I have made them a Trust-Fund
that will be more than enough to see them through school and thus secure them a very bright future. I feel so
fulfilled each time they both call me " mum " , how nice. .

I must also have to admit to the fact that my late husband' s relatives are bourgeois and never approved of the idea of
him getting married to an English woman, and I do not want my husband’s hard earned wealth to be misused or invested
into ill perceived ventures, so I want to avoid a situation where this money will be spent in an ungodly manner, hence
my reason for taking this bold decision. I will die a happier woman when given the full assurance that quite a
reasonable share of my late husband' s wealth will be used in turning around the life of the needy in our society and I
would be most grateful if you would find it in your conscience to help set up and run a charitable home on my behalf.
I am not afraid of death hence I know where I am going. I can' t possibly take any telephone calls in this regard due
to my deteriorating state of health. As soon as I get a word of acceptance from you I shall immediately provide you
with further instructions on how to secure release of the funds from my bank. I will also issue you a letter of
Authority that will empower you as the original beneficiary to the funds. My greatest joy is that I lived a life
worthy of emulation. Do please assure me you will be making very good use of the funds in absolute accordance to my
humanitarian wish and though I haven' t met with you in person but the Spirit of God has asked me to go ahead and do
this, I therefore trust and hope you pursue this noble charitable course by reaching out to the less-privileged once
in your locality. May you be granted the much needed courage to take up this charitable course for the benefit of
those in dare need.

Please kindly get back across to me via my personal email: eabukhalid@hotmail.com   or  eabukhalid@yahoo.com

Kindest Regards,
Madam Elizabeth Abu Khalid.


 
     
Miss Young

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