[Debian-olpc-devel] From Mrs. Elizabeth Yakoua, Waiting your reply
elizabethyakoua1 at ymail.com
Thu Feb 28 12:28:28 UTC 2013
May this letter find you in good faith and may you receive this letter with peace of mind and with good consideration as it may be very strange to you as we have not communicated or know each other before. My present condition is very desperate and that is why I decided to contact you through this means to come to my aid.
My name is Mrs. Elizabeth Yakoua, I am married to Mr. Bertin Yakoua the owner and CEO of Modern Oil and Construction company Ltd, we were married for eighteen years and had only one child a son called Wilfred. My husband died after a brief illness that lasted for a week and two days, since his death I decided not to re-marry or get a child outside my matrimonial home. When my late husband was alive he deposited a huge amount of money ($5.4 Millions dollars) in a bank for foreign investment, presently this money is still in the bank.
I am undergoing a cancer and stroke medical treatment, recently my doctor told me that I have only some months to live after medical surgery on my left breast. Having known my condition I decided to contact you so that you will help invest the money in your country on behalf of my son Wilfred. You will take care of Wilfred and will help him continue with his education once he arrives your country to meet you after the transfer into your account.
What pains me so much is that my late husband relatives seized the Modern Oil and Construction company immediately after my husband`s death and nothing was left for me and my Son. I am here with my laptop computer and I don't need any telephone communication in this regard due to the presence of my late husband relatives around me. I don't want them to know about this deposit.
As soon as I receive your reply, I shall give you more information on what you should do so that the bank will transfer the money to your bank account. Hoping to receive your reply to elizabethyakoua1 at ymail.com
Mrs. Elizabeth Yakoua
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