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Email Inheritance Scam - "From Mrs. Bridget Johnson"

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Email Inheritance Scam - "From Mrs. Bridget Johnson"

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The email message below with the subject: "From: Mrs. Bridget Johnson," in which the sender is asking the recipients to use her inheritance to do God's work, is fraudulent and you should not respond to it with your personal information. The email message is a fake and was sent by scammers. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal and financial information, and sending money.

Remember, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

The Fraudulent Email Message

From : Mrs. Bridget Johnson,

Lot 104, Jacques Venue

Abidjan,- Cote d'ivoire.

Beloved,

I am Mrs. .Bridget Johnson, I am from Bahrain, based in Cote d'ivoire. I am 65 years old. an aging widow suffering from long time illness. i am currently admitted in a private hospital. my doctor has confirmed that

I will not survive. presently i am having serious pain in my lungs and chest due to the seriousness of my lung and heart cancer. from the way I am feeling right inside me, I know that I will not live for a long time now.

I have some big funds which i inherited from my loving husband late Mr. jimmy Johnson, $15.4 Million Dollars, which he deposited in one of the big bank here in Abidjan, capital city of Cote d'ivoie and I need a very honest and God fearing one that can use this funds for god's work, to care for the nPle, setting up charity homes and to look after orphans. I found your email address from the internet and decided to contact you.

Please if you would be able to use these funds for the lord's work as mentioned above, kindly reply me as soon as possible for more details.

Please always pray for me.

Remain blessed.

Mrs. Bridget Johnson.

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Email Inheritance Scam - "From Mrs. Bridget Johnson"