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Charles Feeney - The Atlantic Philanthropies -

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from: Mr. Chuck Feeney <>
date: Apr 7, 2021, 4:50 PM
subject: GOOD NEWS

Hello My Dear Friend,

My name is Mr. Chuck Feeney, an Irish-American business
magnate,investor, philanthropist, the founder of The Atlantic
Philanthropies,one of the largest private foundations in the world. I
made my fortune as a co-founder of the Duty Free Shoppers Group, which
pioneered the concept of duty-free shopping. I am one of the most
successful investor in the world. I believe strongly in 'giving while
living’. I had one idea that never changed in my mind which says that
you should use your wealth to help people and i have decided to give
{$2,500,000.00} Two Million Five Hundred Thousand United States
Dollars to randomly selected individuals worldwide. On receipt of this
email, you should count yourself as the lucky individual.

Your email address was chosen online while searching at random. Kindly
get back to me at your earliest convenience before i travel to japan
for my treatment so that I will know your email address is valid.
Email me at (

Thank you for accepting our offer, we are indeed grateful and you Can
Google my name for more information: Chuck Feeney OR You visit my
website at( ›
chuck-feeneys-story) or My Wikipedia at ›
wiki › Chuck_Feeney

God bless you.
Best Regard
Mr. Chuck Feeney
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