Inheritance scams

USD 30Million Project For Charity Homes

Scam Email received 6/1/2022

Email From:

Sender Name:

Rebecca Lee Zhang

Other emails used:,

Email Subject:

USD 30Million Project For Charity Homes

USD 30Million Project For Charity Homes –

Hello, I sent you this message last week but I did not hear from you. Can you please go through the message again and respond back to me. Based on the critical condition I find myself in, though, it’s not a financial problem, but my health,you might have known that cancer is not what to talk about,though I don’t know you,and my contact with you was not by mistake, but by divine favor of GOD. My name is Mrs. Rebecca Lee Zhang, I was married to Mr. Hongsong Xim Zhang, who worked with China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) for 18 years before he died on the 22nd of July 2020 in Guangdong China. We were married for years without a child. He died after a brief illness caused by COVID-19 that lasted for five days. When my late husband was alive we deposited the sum of US$30,000,000,00 (Thirty Million United States Dollars) in a bank in East Asia. Presently this money is still in the bank. He made this money available in buying Real Estate or building Schools for orphanage homes and Less previlges. But recently, My Doctor told me that I don’t have much time to live because of the cancer problem that was diagnosed in my body. Having known my condition I decided to hand you over this project money to take care of the less-privileged people, Building Schools and Real Estate for the Orphanage homes just to fulfill my husband’s wishes. You will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct herein. I want you to take 5% of this US$30Million My account office will take 5% The remaining 90% of the money will go to charity people and helping the orphanages. I don’t want my husband’s hard earned money all his efforts to be used by the Government. I grew up as an Orphan and I don’t have anybody as my family member that can use this and not keep the funds to themselves due to greediness and advantage of my illness. Just to endeavor that the name of GOD is maintained. Am doing this to fulfill my husband’s wishes so that GOD will forgive my sins and accept my soul because this sickness has suffered me so much. Please note that this fund is 100% Legal and risk free because both myself and my late husband deposited this funds for this purpose. Now as soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact of my late husband’s bank account officer who will guide you on how the US$30Million should be transferred to your name as the new beneficiary for this project. And I will send you an authority letter that will prove you the present beneficiary of the money in the bank, that is if you assure me that you will act accordingly as I stated herein. Contact me on this email directly: ( ) Hoping to receive your reply soon. Regards, Mrs. Rebecca Lee Zhang Rebecca Lee Zhang –

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