Mrs Fatima Ali craves your indulgence
I got this in my inbox today, and I thought I would reproduce it here in all its glory for you to marvel at:
Dear Beloved ,
I crave your indulgence at this mail coming from somebody you have not know before. I decided to do this after praying over the situation. You should please consider the transaction on its content and notthe fact that you have not known me before. I need not dwell on how I came by your contact information because there are many such possibilities these days.
Iwould like to introduce myself as Mrs. Fatima Ali,of Repulic of Togo, widow to Late Mr. Usman Ali (for Consular of the togo embassy inMadrid,Spain.I have been recently been daigonosed of Cancer of the Pelvics.
I am writing from my sick bed.There is this consignment (containg US$29.5Million cash, in US$100 bills) my husband deposited with a security company, here in Lome, Republic of Togo of which I am the next of kin. With my health condition and because my husband and I have no children, I am looking for a credible person to whom I will passthe right of next of kin. This person will apply to the company and request, from them, the procedure towards retrieving the consignment from them.This is on the condition that you will take 25% of the fund for yourself, 5% used for expenses, while you will use the remaining 70% for the less previlege people in the society. This is in fulfilment of the last request of my husband: that a substantial part of thefund be used to carterfor the less previleged.
If this condition is acceptable to you, you should contact me immediately withyour full names and contact information so that I will send you all the documents that the company gave to myhusband when the consignment was deposited. So that you will contact the company directly, and demand from them the procedure towards retrieving the consignment from their company. I cannot predict what will be my fate by the time you wll recieve the fund, but you should please ensure that the fundis used as i have
I look forward to your response.
Mrs. Fatima Ali
People still fall for this? Genuinely?