Seeking for your assistance

Allegedly from: Caroline S. Manaktala

Dearest, (how sweet)
My name is Mrs. Caroline S. Manaktala, an American Citizen married to late politician Mr. Surinder Manaktala (never heard of him). My husband was divisional treasurer of Ipoh Barat unit of the Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) in Perak state. He was brutally Murder by opposing members of his party for his straight forwardness and accountability Though the government claimed it was hurt in the robbery attack. I was lucky to stand this Gruesome murder on the night of January 13th, 2012 My life has not being the same since the Demise of my lovely husband.

I was diagnosed with cancer of breast shortly after this accident. My health has so deteriorated that the doctors say I have few months on earth. Our only son died in 2014 after a car crash. So, I'm in a lonely world of my home waiting for death to come. I write you to seek your assistance in the security of this funds $, eight million two hundred thousand dollars deposited by my late husband with a Bank in London England before he was killed, I am the only one with direct access and information of this deposit.

I decided to seek help knowing that my days are numbered having received a call from the Bank that they will turn the deposit to its treasury if I fail to present an Administrator/next of kin for the account. I seek your assistance to be made the administrator to this inheritance. I intend to introduce you to our family attorney whom I deem very competent to guide you through this claim process. Please get back to me for more information on this inheritance. I was led by the Almighty to send this email to you after serious thought of all emails I saw on the internet. Please treat this seriously. I have all documents of deposit of this fund to prove this legitimate to you. I got your email from a brochure in the where I have been hospitalized for three months now on chemotherapy treatment two times a week.

I hope to hear from you soonest before I go, thank you and God bless you.
Mrs. Caroline S. Manaktala

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