Monday, March 16, 2009 7:25 PM
“Hugh Gareth” <email@example.com>
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For Your Attention.
Sequel to your non response of our earlier letter to you on behalf Of the trustees and Executors to the Will of our late client. I wish to notify you that we are listing you as a beneficiary to the total sum of 6.2M pounds (Six Million Two Hundred Thousand pounds) in the codicil and last testament of the deceased. Until his death he was a major share holder in big companies which include textile and construction companies.
He was a very great philanthropist during his life time. He died on 27th January 2007 at the age of 78. Even though he was a foreigner living and working here he requested before his death that he be buried here in his words, “I regard here as My home and the people as my people” We therefore reckoned that you can receive this funds as you are qualified by your name identity. All the legal papers will be processed on your response.
In your acceptance of this deal, we request that you kindly forward any proof of identities of yours, your current telephone and fax numbers and forwarding address to enable us file necessary documents at our high court probate division for the release of this sum of money.
I await your reply soon.
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“6.2M pounds”—right! “Hugh Gareth” would have you believe his non-existent “deceased client” is so filthy rich that he can’t wait to give away this money to all his “undisclosed recipients”! Here’s the truth: There is no “$6.2M pounds”—there is no “deceased client” and there is no “Codicil And Testament”—anyone can fake this sort of thing. Our Spammy Sammy is a cheat, a crook, a liar and a thief, among other names I can’t use in public, so if you receive one of these spams, delete it and be safe.