Fake - "Emile Kenold Diagnosed with Cancer" is a Donation Scam

Fake - "Emile Kenold Diagnosed with Cancer" is a Donation Scam

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The "Emile Kenold" email message below is a fake and scam. Therefore, online users who have received the fake email message(see below), which claims that an Emile Kenold, a widow, will donate her wealth to them left by her late husband, Mr. Mathew Phillips, should not respond to it. This is because the email message is a scam being sent by online scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and sending money. The scammers, who are pretending to be Emile Kenold, will ask their potential victims to send money, which they will claim is for taxes, transfer fee or processing fee, in order to receive the millions of dollars they were promised. But, if the potential victims send their money, the scammers will take it and disappear, leaving their victims depressed and a few hundreds or thousands of dollars broke.

Sample of the "Emile Kenold Diagnosed with Cancer" Scam

Emile Kenold <allmek36@gmail.com>

Tue 2/20/2018, 3:59 PM

I am a sick woman who was diagnosed of cancer six years ago. My main reason of contacting you is because I want to entrust a charity project in your care, I have (£7 Million British Pound Sterling) which i inherited from my late husband, I am looking for a confident person to help me in fulfilling my last wish, please do accept it as a blessing from God, He made it possible through a woman with a good and sincere heart towards the poor orphans and widows.

Through these projects millions of lives will be positively touched as with God are possible. I have this strong desire to help the less privileged ones, but this dream cannot be realized as a result of my health, which does not improve. I will appreciate your selfless act towards this charity work. I will be waiting to read from you urgently.

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Fake - "Emile Kenold Diagnosed with Cancer" is a Donation Scam