GHAYTH FAIZA WATSON 3

Let me guess. Mrs “Watson” is dying, a widow and childless.  How am I doing?  Oh yes, and she’s also a scammer.

It probably won’t surprise you to know that this email wasn’t sent from “London” it was sent from Nigeria.  The writer isn’t a rich, dying, widow, he’s a scammer in an internet cafe in Lagos.  Ignore him.

GHAYTH FAIZA WATSON
23, Hawley Crescent,
Camden Town, London,
NW1 8NP, England.

Dear Beloved,

Here writes Ghayth Faiza, suffering from cancerous ailment. I am married
to Watson Ghayth an Arabian who is dead. My husband was into private
practice all his life before his death. Our life together as man and wife
lasted for three decades without a child. My husband died after a
protracted illness. My husband and I made a vow to uplift the down-trodden
and the less-privileged individuals as he had passion for persons who can
not help themselves due to physical disability or financial predicament. I
can adduce this to the fact that he needed a Child from this relationship,
which never came.

When my late husband was alive he deposited the sum of Two Million Great
Britain Pounds Sterling which were derived from his vast estates and
investment in capital market with his bank here in UK. Presently, this
money is still with the Bank. Recently, my Doctor told me that I have
limited days to live due to the cancerous problems I am suffering from.
Though what bothers me most is the stroke that I have in addition to the
cancer. With this hard reality that has befallen my family and I, I have
decided to donate this fund to you and want you to use this gift which
comes from my husbands effort to fund the upkeep of widows, widowers,
orphans, destitute, the down-trodden, physically challenged children,
barren-women and persons who prove to be genuinely handicapped
financially.

It is often said that blessed is the hand that giveth. I took this
decision because I do not have any child that will inherit this money and
my husband’s relatives are bourgeois and very wealthy persons and I do not
want my husband’s hard earned money to be misused or invested into ill
perceived ventures. I do not want a situation where this money will be
used in an ungodly manner, hence the reason for taking this bold decision.
I am not afraid of death hence I know where I am going. I know that I am
going to be with the Almighty when I eventually pass on.

The Almighty will fight my case and I shall hold my peace. I do not need
any telephone communication in this regard due to my deteriorating health
and because of the presence of my husband’s relatives around me, I do not
want them to know about this development. With God all things are
possible. As soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact of
the Bank in UK. I will also issue you a Letter of Authority that will
empower you as the original beneficiary of this fund. My happiness is that
I lived a life worthy of emulation. Please always be prayerful all through
your life.

Please assure me that you will act just as I have stated herein. Hope to
hear from you soon and God bless you and members of your family.

Reply to my mail through my email address:
mrsghaythfaiza_watson99@hotmail.com

Yours Faithfully in Christ,
Mrs. Ghayth Faiza Watson
mrsghaythfaiza_watson99@hotmail.com

3 thoughts on “GHAYTH FAIZA WATSON

  1. Reply Alistair Kewish Jan 2,2012 6:43 pm

    I really wish the scammers could be physically wiped off the face of the planet. I don’t understand how anyone would ever see their ‘offers’ as being genuine, given that there must be an awfully large number of dying women out there who are in genuine need of getting some sap to take over huge but fictitious sums of money for what exactly?
    We do understand that Nigeria has a considerable stock of oil yet as per usual, the actual people who live there are never going to get so much as a cat’s whisker re the revenues from said oil reserves. Bit like in Libya, all over again! Having been in an invidious position with these people I am not going to fall for any begging letter, whether written well or very badly, as is most often the case. They usually drag God into each letter. I wonder why?

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  2. Reply Mindy Dec 8,2011 6:12 pm

    I’m just wondering how the scam works, out of curiosity?

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    • Reply rosetrees Dec 8,2011 6:47 pm

      If you reply, the scammer will start asking you to send him money to pay for “fees”.

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