Dearly Beloved

No prizes for guessing the story of this one.  Yes – you know how it goes.  Mrs Osborn has a “cancerous ailment”, her mega rich husband is dead, they didn’t have a child, her husband deposited a large sum of money in a bank and …….. she wants to leave it all to you.  How unoriginal.

Mrs Osborne doesn’t exist – there is just a scammer waiting to take money from you if you are daft enough to reply.

From:Madam Rita Osborne.
42 Dryden Street, Leicester,

Dear Friend,

Here writes Madam Rita Osborne, suffering from cancerous ailment. I am
married to Sir Williams an Englishman 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 child. My husband died after a
protracted illness.

When my late husband was alive he deposited the sum of Ten Million  Pounds
(10,000,000.00 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.

Contact my lawyer with this specified email address
Barrister Timothy Martins (ESQ)
Tel: +44 703 593 8932.

Tell him that I have WILLED £10,000,000 to you by quoting my personal
reference number Law/chamber/solicitors/rt/osb/WILL/9834520012 and I have
also notified him that I am WILLING that amount to you for a specific and
good work.

NB: I will appreciate your utmost confidentiality in this matter until the
task is accomplished as I don’t want anything that will Jeopardize my last
wish. And Also I will be contacting with you by email as I don’t want my
relation or anybody to know because they are always around me.Any delay in
your reply will give me room in sourcing another person for this same
purpose. Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I have stated
herein. My lawyer would be waiting to receive your response, On this
E-mail address below;

Remain blessed.
Your Sister,
Madam Rita Osborne.