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MAY GOD BLESS YOU.
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Scam Email received 5/17/2019

Email From:

[email protected]

Sender Name:

suzanboni

Email Subject:

MAY GOD BLESS YOU.


MAY GOD BLESS YOU. – [email protected]


Dear I am a widow with a daughter and I am looking for a good and reliable person who will not betray me but help and bring me and my only daughter out of this wicked country. My late husband left some amount of money ($2, 000,000,00) in a bank for us before he died in a car accident and since after his death, his relative has been trying to claim everything for themselves because I do not have a male child. If you can help me receive this fund in your bank account and bring us to start a new life with you in your country, I am ready to abide by your term and condition provided you will be honest to me. I wait to hear from you. Mrs.suzan If you are interested then contact me by email, [email protected] suzanboni – [email protected]

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  1. I received this today from [email protected] :

    Dear friend.
    I got your details after an extensive on-line search Via (Network
    Power Charitable Trust) for a reliable person, I’m Mrs.Suzan Boni, a
    57years old dying woman who was diagnosed for cancer about 4 years
    ago, I have decided to donate my fund ($2,000,000.00) to you for
    charitable goals.

    I want you to use this fund to help the orphanage homes, poor, sick
    ones in the hospital, widows, help women with cancer, help in the
    church of the God ,since i do not have any child to inherit the fund.
    I took this decision because I can’t take this money to the grave, I
    don’t have any child that will inherit this money, again I and my late
    husband vowed to use our last wealth to help the less privileged since
    we have no child, our relatives are wicked and selfish, they tried to
    frustrate our Christian life and our marriage.

    Beloved I don’t need telephone communication because of my health
    condition please reply me through my Email for me to give you other
    details.Proverbs19:17: He who gives to the poor lends to the lord and
    the lord will reward such a person for his good work. Beloved let us
    join hands together to help our Fellow brothers and Sister who are
    poor, sick and Homeless, so that blessings will be ours portion while
    Glory goes to the lord our creator. I am waiting for your soonest
    response. Thanks and God Bless You Yours Loving Sister in Christ.

    Please reply me through my private email address.
    This is my private email address, [email protected]

    Mrs. Suzan boni.

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