Mary Mijad - marymiad01@gmail.com

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Mary Mijad - marymiad01@gmail.com

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from: Mrs.Mary Mijad <officefile3223@yahoo.com>
reply-to: marymiad01@gmail.com
date: Oct 17, 2020, 3:44 PM
subject: GOOD NEWS
mailed-by: yahoo.com

Hello,

I know it will be a great surprise reading from me today but consider this a divine intervention. My name is Mrs. Mary Mijad, a widow from USA. I am presently writing you from my sickbed because i have been fighting cancer and the doctor says i have a few weeks left.

I want to entrust my money $8.5 million dollars to your care for charity purposes and crave your indulgence as a concerned individual to help use my money for charity and also assist the poor with less privileged in the society so reply to my private email(marymiad01@gmail.com) for more information as I'm not always online due to my health and my late husband's brother wants me dead so that he will claim all my late husband and i worked for.

I will tell you more about myself and what you need to do with the money once you receive it. Give me your word that you will not betray my trust so that i furnish you with more details about the Charity Funds. Please reply now as my health is pretty bad, It’s urgent and very important you keep this email confidential.

Have a blessed day and do not forget to pray for me.

Bless you.
Mrs.Mary Mijad.
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