From: Tabitha A. Goodmann <email@example.com>
Subject: Dear Beloved,
My name is Mrs.Tabitha Ann Goodmann. I am a dying woman who has decided to donate
what I have to charity through you.
You may be wondering why I chose you but someone has to be chosen. I am 59 years old
and was diagnosed for cancer about 2 years ago,immediately after the death of my husband,
who had left me everything he worked for.
I have been touched by the lord to donate from what I have inherited from my late husband
to charity through you for the good work of humanity,rather than allow my relatives to use
my husband's hard earned funds inappropriately.
I have asked the lord to forgive me all my sins and I believe he has,because He is merciful.
I will be going in for an operation,and I pray that I survive the operation.
I have decided to WILL/Donate the sum of $15 Million (Fifteen Million Dollars) to charity
through you for the good work of the lord, and to help the motherless,less privileged and
also for the assistance of the widows.
At the moment I cannot take any telephone calls, due to the fact that my relatives
are around me and I have been restricted by my doctor from taking telephone calls
because I deserve all the rest I can get.
Presently,I have informed my lawyer about my decision in WILLING this fund to charity
through you. I wish you all the best and may the good Lord bless you abundantly,
and please use the funds well and always extend the good work to others.
If you are interested in carrying out this task,i will inform my Family Lawyer so that he can
arrange the release of the funds to you.
I know i have never met you but my mind tells me to do this,and I hope you act sincerely.
I will pay you 30% of this money if you will assist me because I am now too weak and fragile
to do things myself because of my cancer.
NB: I will appreciate your utmost confidentiality in this matter until the task
is accomplished,as I don't want anything that will Jeopardize my last wish,
due to the fact that I do not want relatives or family members standing
in the way of my last wish.
Tabitha Ann Goodmann.