From Mrs. Maria Morgan
Received: from 22.214.171.124, Lagos, Nigeria, Visafone Communications Limited
From: "Mrs. Maria Morgan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 2 May 2012
Subject: Dear God's elect,
Dear God's elect,
May the glory of God shine upon you, I am writing this mail to you with heavy tears In my eyes and great sorrow in my heart, My Name is Mrs. Maria Morgan Edward, a citizen of Bulgaria but resides herein England, I am contacting you from England, I wish to tell you this because I don't have any other option than to tell you as I was touched to open up to you, I married to Mr. Morgan Edward who worked with the British railways for 27 years before he died on the 11th February 2010 after a brief illness and we had no children.
Recently, My Doctor said I have a short life spam due to cancerous ailment I am suffering from; the one that disturbs me most is the stroke sickness. My husband and I deposited $6.8million dollars (Six Million Eight Hundred Thousand US Dollars) at the security company here in London before his death. Having known my condition I have decided to hand over this money to you to take care of the less-privileged. You will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct herein. I want you to take 30% of the total money for your personal use While 70% of the money will go to "charity" (people in the street and helping the orphanages) please I wouldn't like this money to be used in an ungodly way; I want it to be used to execute what I have instructed herein. Hence, I grew up as an Orphan and do not have anybody as my family member, I am doing this just to Endeavour that the house of God is maintained.
Get back to me immediately as to enable me send you the contact of the Security Company and issue you the MONEY DEPOSIT CERTIFICATE which we received from the Security Company after depositing the fund; I shall also instruct them to issue you an Authority Letter that will prove you the present Beneficiary.
Here is my mailing address: (email@example.com)
"Though the pen is mightier than the sword, the sword speaks louder and stronger at any given moment." - Sir Roger Fenwick