From: Christy Walton.
Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2017 7:32 AM
Greetings to you, I am writing you this e-mail not to disturb you but to
ask for your assistant based on my personality and my present health
in life and in particular what I intend doing for CHARITY.
I am Mrs. Christy Walton a citizen of United State of America, am bring
you a business proposal which I want you to assist me with, I worth
Billion Dollars which rated me as the 2nd Richest Woman in
the World, the funds which I inherited from my late husband Mr. John T.
Walton after his death in a plane crash.
As the going says Money is not everything on earth, is painful now to
the world now know my present condition as a cry for help. I have been
suffering from a Heart Cancer for the passed 22 years, now just
few weeks ago my Doctors in America just told me now that is time for me
die, but nobody is aware about the 40% of the funds which is
(Nine Billion United State Dollars), of which I intend
to transfer for Charity Foundation.
I want you to help me carry out this processes from your end by
distributing the funds to CHARITY (less privilege) or opening a Charity
Foundation, this is because have not seen anybody from my
Family, Relations and Friends which I can trust to help me out, because
always have this DREAM to help CHARITY and I have always promise myself
that I must do this very big at my end time to CHARITY,
can I please trust you to help me give to CHARITY this huge amount of
Money? because I have just 2 Months left to die and am in the intensive
care unit of the Liverpool Hospital in UK, as I write to you
now am full of tears as I await my death.
Please reply me back with your below details to enable us proceed
and please keep this confidential.
1. Full Name:
2. Telephone Numbers:
3. Your Sex:
4. Your Occupation:
5. Your Country:
6. Marital Status:
God Bless You.
Mrs. Christy Walton.
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