It’s been awhile since I received one of these types of scam e-mails. This one revolved around a story of a person dying of cancer and wanting to share their wealth with you. Well, technically it sounds more noble where they say they give you the wealth in hopes you distribute it. Many times in these cases people ask you for information, deposit money into their banks to verify and the next thing you know they run with your money. If you see it delete it.
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From: Joy Smith
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2020 08:04:52 +0200
Subject: Dear Beloved
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God will bless you as you fulfilled my wish
My name is Mrs Joy Smith, I am a dying woman who had decided to donate what I have to the Charities. I am 82 years old and was diagnosed for cancer about four years ago, immediately after the death of my husband; I have been touched to donate from what I have inherited from my late husband for the good work rather than allow his relatives to use my husband’s hard earned fund.
As I lay on the sick bed, I want you to help me in carrying out my last wish on earth which will be very profitable to you. I want to WILL a total sum of $5.5 million USD to you which I want you to distribute part of it to any charity home for me and the rest for yourself and your family which I will inform you on how to share all, please for further information contact me ASAP.
Mrs Joy Smith