Gift From Warren Buffett Billionaire Investor & Philanthropist. Why won't you just reply and take it!!!!

Allegedly from: Warren Buffet

Hi,

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.(charityfoundation1996@xaut.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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6Comments

Member Avatar1/13/2017 11:05:11 AM

Anonymous

TRUST NO ONE...

Member Avatar10/28/2015 10:43:18 PM

Anonymous

Wow I really hope people has not send these Greedy people money.one of the most giveaway is when they ask you to send money to the receiver what a joke someone PLEASE STOP THERE CROCKS

Member Avatar10/15/2015 6:18:14 AM

Anonymous

I have had emails from Warren Buffett scam. They are coming from India

Member Avatar8/23/2015 3:01:34 PM

Anonymous

I got this email and other and everytime from benin republic and other lottery wins. As i know soon as they ask for money to get money and send moneygram or western union it is a dead giveaway this is a scam.I sure hopw these criminals get caught and get what they desrve.Every one wroks hard fro there money and in matter of seconds greedy people get it. I sure hope Karma gives the people or individuals ten fold of poverty and hard times.....

Member Avatar9/18/2014 2:06:37 PM

Anonymous

I'am getting fbi,cia,interopl, nsa, news media and others to get these people put behind bars. Any comments would be welcomed.

Member Avatar8/15/2014 9:27:14 PM

Anonymous

THANK YOU!! I have received this email two days ago and, of course, didn't buy it. God Bless you and all whom you have helped!

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