Scam #90 9/25/2018 8:06:00 PM

Dearest one in the Lord, Permit me to inform you of my desire of going into business relationship with you, please i need a trust-worthy person that will help me to receive this money. I am very sorry. I hope that you will read through this email and understand how difficult things can be for someone in a particular period in life, I introduce myself to you with all faith, trust and hope you will understand to assist me not to betray me at the end. My name Mrs.Grace Lee from Cote d'Ivoire , I am 59 years old, I am suffering from a long time Cancer of the breast and from all indication my condition is really deteriorating, and my Doctors have courageously advised me that I may not live beyond next month, this is Because the cancer stage has reached a critical stage. I was brought up in a Motherless baby as home, and was married to my late husband for twenty years we have only one child his name is David. My husband and I are true Christians, but quite unfortunately, he died on the 2011 presidential election in our country. Before his death we were both born again Christians and I decided not to re-marry, My husband Deposited the sum of $5.2million dollars here in Cote d'Ivoire Presently, this money is still with the bank I want you to use this money to take care of my only son and also invested the money into a very good LUCRATIVE VENTURE of your choice that will be giving out proceeds to be distributed each year Among the charity organization, the poor and the motherless baby as, orphanage Homes and widows around. I must let you know that this was a very hard decision, but I had to take a bold step towards this issue because I have no further option. I hope you will help see my last wishes come true. Best regards, Mrs.Grace Lee

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