[Pkg-vala-maintainers] Dear Beloved,from Mrs.Imilda Elkousy,
ruth29 at 013net.net
Tue May 4 17:59:46 UTC 2010
Dear Beloved,from Mrs.Imilda Elkousy,
I am Mrs.Imilda Elkousy a widow suffering from long time illness. I have some funds I inherited from my late husband,Adel Elkousy who died in an air crash on the 31st October 1999 in an Egyptian airline 990 with other passengers on board (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/502503.stm).
I was a month pregnant when I received the sad news of his sudden death, but I lost the pregnancy because of the trauma and have vowed not to remarry. I dedicated my life to minor charity work, but because of the trauma of his death and my childlessness,I became ill of the Cervix Cancer with other sickness of been lonely for years. Since then, I have been in and out of the hospital under the intensive care of medical experts.
Believing God to see me through in the operation which the doctors are deciding upon because of my age and fear of medical complication due to the deteriorating state of my health , I have decided to give out the deposit which my late husband had left me and the ever hoped child.
The deposit is valued US$4,500.000.00 (Four million,five hundred thousand u.s dollars) and I am in need of a very honest and God fearing person that will use the fund for God's work to help the less privileged out there.
Please bear in mind that my concern is your personal commitment towards any project that you will embark upon to ensure that its benefit is well distributed among the less privileged in the immediate society.
I have mapped out $500.000.00 for your personal use in this work, while I pray that the rest will be used for the mission.
Please if you know that you will sincerely use the fund to fulfill this dream, kindly reply for further details with your information to this email
(1) Your full Name and address contact with telephone number (2) Nationality (3) Country of Residence (4) Occupation (5) Age / Sex (6)Marital Status.
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