Gift From Warren Buffett Billionaire Investor & Philanthropist. Why won't you just reply and take it!!!!
Allegedly from: Warren Buffet
My name is Mr Warren Edward Buffet, a philanthropist and the founder of The Mr Warren Edward Buffet Family Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in the world. I believe strongly in‘giving while living.’ I had one idea that never changed in my mind — that you should use your wealth to help people and I have decided to secretly give [$5,000,000,00 USD] $5 Million United State Dollars to randomly selected individuals worldwide. On receipt of this email, you should count yourself as the lucky individual. Your email address was chosen online while searching at random. Kindly get back to me at your earliest convenience, so I know your email address is valid.(firstname.lastname@example.org) Email me Visit the web page to know more about me:http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jul/08/business/la-fi-mo-warren-buffett-gates-20130708 or you can google me ( Mr Warren Edward Buffet ).
On receipt of this email, you should count yourself as the lucky individual. Your email address was chosen online while searching at random. Kindly get back to me at your earliest convenience, so I know your email address is valid.Thank you for accepting our offer, we are indeed grateful You Can Google my name for more information: Mr Warren Edward Buffet.
God bless you
Mr Warren Edward Buffet Billionaire Investor.
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