Mrs Mary White from United Kingdom
Allegedly from: Mrs Mary White.
My Dear Friend,
Let me first of all inform you, I got your email address from a mail Directory and decided to mail you for a permission to go ahead. I am Mrs Mary White from United Kingdom, married to Dr. Harry R. White who worked with Elf Oil Company in Malaysia before he died in a ghastly motor accident on his way to a Board meeting.
My Husband and me were married but without any children. Since his death I decided not to re-marry and presently I am 69 Years old. When my late husband was Alive he deposited the sum of $8.3M. (Eight Million Three Hundred Thousand US Dollars) with a Bank. Presently this money is still with the Bank and the management just contacted me as the beneficiary to come forward to receive the money or rather Issue a letter of authority to somebody to receive it on my behalf.
I am presently in a hospital where I have been undergoing treatment for Cancer of the lungs. I have since lost my ability to talk and my doctors have told me that I have only a few months to live so I think the best thing to do is to use the money for charity purposes. I want a person who is trustworthy that I will make the beneficiary of my late Husband's Fund deposited with the bank so that the person can get the money and utilize 70% of this money to fund churches, orphanages and widows around the world.
As soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact details of the Bank. I will also issue you a letter of authority that will prove you as the new beneficiary of this fund. Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I have stated here and Keep this contact confidential until the funds get to your Custody. This is to ensure that nothing jeopardizes my last wish on Earth. I await your urgent reply.
Mrs. Mary White
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