Inheritance scams

My Dear Beloved in Christ
jenniferjohnson190@yahoo.com


Scam Email received July 8, 2018 from michaeljon20@yahoo.com

jenniferjohnson190@yahoo.com
jenniferjohnson190@yahoo.com
Email From:

michaeljon20@yahoo.com

Subject:

My Dear Beloved in Christ

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Email Subject:

My Dear Beloved in Christ


My Dear Beloved in Christ – jenniferjohnson190@yahoo.com


My Dear Beloved in Christ Greetings to you and your family. I am Mrs. Jennifer Johnson A widow to late Mr. Johnson Peter of Ivory Coast” I am 58 years old, my late Husband was a Director with the Construction Company here before his Sudden Death in this Country’s present political Crisis 2016, but before his death, he Deposited the Sum of¨$10 Million US dollars with one of the Bank here in Ivory Coast with my name and i am suffering from pancreatic cancer, My condition is really bad and it is quite obvious that I won’t live more than two months according to my doctors, and i have no Child who is going to take care of this Huge amount of Money, I am willing to donate the sum of $10,Million US dollars for you to help widows and the less privileged ones in the rural and urban areas and to carry out charity works in your Country and around the World on my Behalf.Once you indicate interest to assist me I will send you all the document related that you may need to proceed further. if you are interested. You can contact me through my personal email address ( jenniferjohnson190@yahoo.com  Waiting for your Urgent Responds.Remain blessed in the name of the Lord.Yours in Christ.Mrs Jennifer  Johnson jenniferjohnson190@yahoo.com

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