I was resting earlier when I had cause to check my emails, I had been avoiding them! You may recall I recently blogged about an email from a lady (Mrs. Rose Manase), who I originally thought was my auntie. She had informed me that I had come into money… Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? was the blog!
Well, today I received another email, asking for my help and in return I’d be paid yet another handsome sum of money for my kindness. So, being as generous as I am, I thought I’d share today’s email with you. I’m graciously going to decline the offer, but by all means, please do take it up yourself. It beats playing the lottery. You can contact Grace at: email@example.com
I have copied the email in its entirety, as it was sent to me earlier – I think my writing is a little better, although you can be the judge of that!
I am writting this letter with due respect and heartful of tears since we have not known or meet ourselves previously I am asking for your assistance after I have gone through a profile that speaks good of you. I want to find out if it’s possible for you to deal with individual as to investment. I feel it’s highly reputable that is why I pick an interest getting across to you in respect of investment at my disposal. I will be so glad if you can allow me and lead me to the right channel towards your assistance to my situation now. I would like to use this opportunity to introduce myself to you.
I am Miss Grace Orji 22 years old girl from (Cote d’ Ivoire) the only Daughter of late Micheal Orji , My father is now late he was a well known cocoa and gold merchant business man in my country (Cote d’ ivoire) he was poisoned by his co-business partner. The main reason why I am contacting you now is to seek your assistance in the area of my future investment and also for a help hand over some huge amount of money in my possession.
This fund ($4.6 Million Dollars) was deposited in a prime bank in my country some years ago by my father he made me the sole beneficiary.I am now asking you to stand on my behalf,to stand as my partner and in time of the claim and investment as well. I have made up my mind to offer you (13%) of the total money while the remaining will go into a productive investments.
Thanks and remain bless.
Miss Grace Orji
This has been ANOTHER reflective and potentially mega-millionaire-ish opportunity for me, sharing it with you in my ‘View from the Bottom’. As they say in the Cote d’ ivoire or the Ivory Coast to you and me.. ‘Akwaaba’ and ‘au revoir‘ respectively, Max x
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