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Ah, the ubiquitous “Dying Woman Scam.” It’s remarkable how many almost-dead wealthy widows there are on the internet. Of course “Mrs. Muller” is in reality just one more scammer, employing an age-old confidence trick. She’ll be happy to turn over the management of her millions to you, once you’ve paid the necessary “processing fees” and “customs duties.” And once she has your money in her hands, she’ll vanish into thin air, never to be heard from again.
from web email@example.com
date Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 8:48 PM
Hello, my name is Mrs. Weber Muller a dying woman who has decided to donate my life entitlement to you for Humanity services. My deposited Fund valued US$15.5 Million Dollars is with a FIRM here in Europe, i need your Assistance to receive the funds kindly contact me at (firstname.lastname@example.org) at once to indicate your interest. I have few weeks to live the doctor said, i have faith and hope to make it, i need your assistance show in case.
Mrs. Weber Muller
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