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#391339 by Troy Platt Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:11 am
From: mark dickson <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2019 15:32:07 -0700
Subject: Charity
To: [email protected]


Kindest Attention

My name is Mr.Mark Dickson, I am from Belgium, I have been diagnosed with
Esophageal cancer. It has defiled all forms of medical treatment, and
right now I have only about a few months to live, according to medical
experts.

Presently, I have an amount of funds to the tune of two Million United
States Dollars($3,500,000,00) that I have Deposited with an Asset
Management Company Abroad. I will want you or church to help me collect
this deposit and dispatch it to charity organizations before my last days
on planet earth. I sincerely hope I can trust you with this?.

My kind gesture was as a result of the fact that I have no family of my
own to (WILL) the funds to, and my extended family can't be trusted with
my funds because of previous encounter with them over funds mis-management
in my company during my active days as a Director Of My Company. However
they are not aware of this particular funds with this Asset Management Company.

N/B: Upon receiving this funds you should make sure 80% of the sum should
be invested on saving the life of individuals having cancer all over the
world and 20% for your effort and time.I cannot move due to my health
situation, as I am using my Lap Top Computer to communicate with you. You
should respond to this e-mail if you are interested in carrying out this
assignment on my behalf do contact me only via this email.

God be with you.

Mr.Mark Dickson

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