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This is a typical “woman dying of cancer scam” — although the scammer in this case at least doesn’t claim to also be a widow with children. Scams of this kind work like all other advance fee frauds: read about how they work so you can avoid falling into the fraudsters’ traps.
From: “Antonietta Cullen” admin@MKITAP.COM
Subject: Good morning..
Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2016
I am Antonietta Cullen, I am a sick woman who was diagnosed for cancer six years ago. my main reason for contacting you is because I want to entrust a charity project to you, I know this may sound so strange to you and also extremely risky for me to offer such proposal to a total stranger on via email but this is my last resort to get this done. I am looking for a confidant, someone to help fulfill my last wish. Hope to read from you. I will appreciate your selfless act towards the less privilege, I don’t mind if you could be of trustful help. I will be waiting to read from you urgently as time is of essence due the limited time I have and my ill health condition.
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