Scam #144 4/24/2019 12:49:00 PM

DOING THE WILL OF GOD. I am Mrs.Sandra Bates, a widow to late Andrew Bates I am 56 years old, i am now a new Christian convert, suffering from long time cancer of the lung, from all indication my conditions is really deteriorating and it is quite obvious that i would only live for a short period, according to my doctors this is because the cancer stage has gotten to a very bad stage. My late husband was killed during the U.S. Raid against terrorism in Afghanistan, and during the period of our marriage we couldn't produce any child. My late husband was very wealthy and after his death, i inherited all his business and wealth. The doctors has advised me that i would only live for a short period, so i now decided to divide the part of this wealth, to contribute to the development of the churches all over the world and the less privileged I selected you after visiting the website and i prayed over it. I am willing to donate the sum of $12,500.000.00 usd$ (twelve million Five Hundred Thousand United States dollars) to the less privileged. Please i want you to note that this fund is lying in a Spanish Bank and upon my instruction, my attorney, who presently is in Spain will file in an application for you for the transfer of the money in your name. Lastly, i honestly pray that this money when transferred will be used for the said purpose, because i have come to find out that wealth acquisition without Christ is vanity. May the grace of our Lord Jesus the love of god and the fellowship of God be with you and your family i await urgent reply. Yours in Christ, Mrs.Sandra Bates.

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