||> From: Kohl Olbricht <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: Good Deeds
> Received: Monday, September 21, 2009, 5:43 AM
> Forgive my negligence if this email intrudes your privacy;
> my name is Kohl Olbricht, I am 69 years young and I happen
> to be in a very grave medical condition. For what I am about
> to tell you via this email, I do not want you to feel sorry
> for me rather join hands with me in executing my charitable
> works. I was diagnosed of cancer 2 years ago. It has defied
> all forms of medical treatment; as I write this email, my
> doctors have informed I that my time on earth is numbered. I
> have about few months to live. Before now, I was a
> humanitarian who happens to have partaken in lots of
> charitable works; over the years when I was still versatile,
> I single-handedly donated some money to a few charity
> organizations around the globe with prominence in Europe,
> part of the Middle East. Now that my health has deteriorated
> so badly, I cannot continue any longer though I once asked
> close members of my family to carry on the works, they lied
> that they did, instead they kept the money to themselves.
> Hence, I do not trust them any
> The last of the assets which none of them knows about is in
> huge cash deposit that I have with a finance and trust
> company here in Europe. I intend to use you to continue
> these good deeds of mine; upon response of this email, I
> shall elaborate and let you know of what there is to be
> done. If you feel you got this email by error, please pardon
> me and delete, but if you feel are up to the task to carry
> on these last good deeds of mine, please feel free at your
> convenience to email me for further acquaintance.
> My regards and love to you and your family members; and do
> hope I get to hear from you pretty soon.
> Kohl Olbricht
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