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Dear Friend,

I don’t really know who you are, but I hope that peace is with you as you read this letter. My intuition tells me that I can trust you with my proposition.
I received your contact through my email directory and my inner voice suggested that I send this money to you. I am a widow and a devoted Christian.

My name is Mrs. Linda White, and I am from the city of Joplin Mo. Since my husband died, I have been suffering from arthritis. Just this summer, my
doctor has diagnosed me with terminal cancer. I have approximately twelve months to live. I am currently confined to a wheelchair, and am being
cared for by a nurse.

Before my husband died, he left me a large sum of money, to the tune of $10. 6m Dollars. He made me promise that it should be used for humanitarian
work. We have no children you see, and my husband didn’t want his brother to inherit it. This money is currently being held by the bank, awaiting the
proper recipient. It is up to me to decide who will gain access to it. If you promise me that you will use this money to achieve the wish of my Husband
and I, then I will instruct the bank to release the contents of the vault in your name.

If you agree to use the money for humanitarian purposes, I will need the following information from you:

Your full name, contact address, occupation, age, and phone number.

God bless you as you walk in the light and glory. Please kindly send your reply to my. Private email address

Yours in Vineyard,

Mrs. Linda White.