Subject: My name is Mrs. Abigail Agrami
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2018 09:50:11 +0000 (UTC)
From: Mrs. Abigail Agrami
Reply-To: Mrs. Abigail Agrami
Dear greeting to you
Sorry for any inconvenience for sending this mail to you as a stranger to you. I send this letter to you based on the urgency of this matter and I believe that you will not disappoint me at end. I found your name and contact so interesting to entrust with this project.
My name is Mrs. Abigail Agrami (Widow), I am a dying woman for Cancer, and I have decided to donate what I have to the Charity to help the poor and needy. I am 67 years old. I was diagnosed of cancer about four years ago, immediately after the death of my late husband. He was Oil & Gas Contractor and also Coffe and Cocoa beans exporter when he was alive. We married for many years without any a child before he died.
Having been confirmed by my doctor that I have just few more months to live, I have been touched to donate from money I inherited from my late husband for the good work in name of our Almighty God, rather than allow his relatives to misuse my late husband's hard earned fund for they did not show no love nor respect him while he was alive upon all he did for them from the time I was newly married into the family.
As I lay on my sick bed now, I want you to help me in carrying out my LAST WISH on earth which will be very profitable to you, the poor and needy around for the glory of Almighty God. I want to ENTRUSTED a total sum of,( $1,700,000) US dollars to you which I want you to distribute part of it (70%) to help CANCER PATIENTS, NEEDY and LESSPRIVILAGES and other CHARITY HOMES on my behalf. You will keep 30% for yourself and your family as rewards for this good services.
May our Creator, Almighty God bless you as you read and reply me in confident, this is highly confidential between us, Be rest assured that this is 100% legal. As soon as I receive your acceptance reply, I will struct my bank to transfer the money to your account without any hitch or breach of law,
Mrs. Abigail Agrami (widow)