Hi dear 2

I knew this was a scam before I even opened it.  How?  Because of the increasing tendency by scammers to address their potential victims as “dear”.  I’m NOT your “dear” – you don’t even know me.

This is a scammer – who has no intention of “helping the helpless” – the only person she wants to help is herself – to your money.

The attachment came out looking as if it was written in a mixture of Greek and English.  It might have been scrambled in the sending.

Mrs Alexander certainly isn’t a Christian, she isn’t dying and she doesn’t have millions of dollars to give to a motherless baby home.  The only money she wants is yours.  Ignore her.

let us work to make the world better by helping the helpless.
If you are interested in working with me, respond so that I will give you the detail.

The attachment:

????????? Dear Beloved
I am Mrs. Judith Alexander from Austria, I am 56 years old;
I am now a new Christian convert, suffering from long
breast cancer. Slowly my husband was killed during the
Gulf War and during our wedding, we had a
son who also died in a cold blood during the Gulf War. ?? ??????? ??? ???? ???? ???????? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ???, ??
??????????? ???? ??? ???????????? ??? ??? wealth.I ??? ????? ????????
???? ??? ???????? ???? ?????????? ??? ?? ????? ???? ??? ????????????
???? ??? ????, ????? ????????????? ?? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ($ 18.5Million)
???? motherlessbabyhomes, ???????, ???????, ?????? ???????????

2 thoughts on “Hi dear

  1. Reply Christina Mar 23,2011 12:09 pm

    So this lady messages me too. But from two different e-mails. Why do people do this crap?

  2. Reply Linda DePeel Mar 12,2010 6:57 pm

    Well, if you didn’t know it was a scam when you opened it, it wouldn’t take long to figure that out!


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