Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: My Dearly Beloved,

From: Mrs Helen Nkume <>

This email with the subject "My Dearly Beloved," was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 04 Feb 2012 11:30:23 -0800 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was Mrs Helen Nkume <>, although it may have been spoofed.

My Dearly  Beloved,

How are you and your family, I hope all is well, I am Mrs. Helen Nkume, it is my best wishes from my heart full of despair that I am writing to seek your consent to conduct this humanitarian projects, because I am suffering r from advanced Brest cancer that prevents me from realizing my dreams. My doctor has just informed me that my days are numbered because my health condition is degrading. My marital status is such that I have no husband.

My husband Eng.Nkume Harrison a France citizen, of glorious and blessed memory who was an engineer and consultant in Republic of Benin for twelve years died of a heart attack, and I have no children to whom I could leave my legacy. That's why I want to Send these fund to you (USD 4.100.000) Four Million One Hundred Thousand Dollars, so that you can use it to help the poor, homeless and Widows.....So if you feel you can give these poor children and poor widows a glimmer of hope and joy, then make your opinion very clear and sure to me.

This mission Is what I want you to accomplish, this have been my ambition and my personal dream, but for health reasons I am not capable to do it by myself, that is why I am contacting you, whom I can have complete confidence. I count on your goodwill and especially your commitment.

I want you to know that the money you are about to receive is from a dying woman who is currently in Hospital ,so you make good use of it by using it to bless those in penury (such is my dearest wish at this time).If you are willing to help the poor children and poor woman please Kindly Reply Back fast to me.

Thanks and God Bless you
Mrs. Helen Nkume.
University Teaching Hospital
Benin Republic.

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