It is times such as this i value the taste of a 1968 Bas Armagnac minty
grafted wine or a vacation to the Mediterranean just to take my mind off all
the heartaches & pains caused by years of conflict within my family.
I will get straight to the point so that I won't take much of your time.I am
suffering from pancreatic cancer and the medical team over here in Oslo are
doing all they can to prolong my days on this earth. A tumor has grown within
my pancreas and my system is totally dysfunctional. I can't seem to eat
anymore, and my time is growing nearer as each day passes on.
All my life, I have been charitable with my families' wealth; not because I
never really worked for it but because I have always had the heart to give to
the less privileged so that the Lord can give back to me in his own way. My
time is short, I will not be able to continue this journey anymore but I want
to give you the responsibility when i am gone to take custody of my inheritance
and spread it across millions of charity homes worldwide. I know you would be
wondering why don't I contact the charities myself, but my experiences in the
past have made me learn that if you put all your eggs in one basket, it would
definitely get squashed. There is a need to spread the wealth around,
especially during an economic recession where access to capital is slow.
I will empower you fully but the decision is yours and yours only to make. I
need to rest my fingers for a bit but I expect to hear from you, maybe sometime
soon because I can't predict my time anymore.
The last of my money is the huge cash deposit of ($22m) usd. That I
have with a Bank in London (Abbey Bank Security). I will want you to
help me collect this deposit and dispatched it to charity organizations and let
them know that it is I, Mrs. Mary Derrick, that is making this generous
donation. I am writing this from my laptop computer in my hospital bed where I
wait for my time to come.
You can reply Via my Private Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Mrs. Mary Derrick