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The "Mrs.Jennifer Waldemar Stani" Donation Scam

2018-05-17T13:45:19 -  +
The "Mrs.Jennifer Waldemar Stani" Donation Scam

The "Mrs.Jennifer Waldemar Stani" email below is a donation scam, therefore, recipients are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for their so-called donation. But, if the victims send their money to the scammers or thieves, they will take it and disappear, leaving the victims without the donation or money that they were promised.

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The "Mrs.Jennifer Waldemar Stani" Donation Scam

From: Mrs.Jennifer Waldemar Stani <[email protected]>

Date: Wed, May 9, 2018 at 10:55 PM


Dearest One

Greetings of God be with you and Family, Please,I am Mrs.Jennifer Waldemar Stani from Israel,I got married to my late husband Mr. Waldemar Stani, we married for 21 years we couldn't produce any child my late husband was an international business man, may his soul rest in peace.

Before his death Three years ago I have been suffering from cancer of breast,which I have tried my best to have it cure but no solution after all the treatment which I have been taking,but surprisingly some days ago my doctor told me that I may not live more than 2 months as the result of the sickness.My late husband deposited the sum of $4.8 Million Dollars in bank here in Israel for his business before he died,I decided to Donate You the money to help the less privileges Reply me.

Mrs. Jennifer Waldemar Stani

Address: HaYarkon St 71,Yafo,Jerusalem-Israel

E-Mail: [email protected]

Best Regards,

Mrs.Jennifer Waldemar Stani

From Jerusalem Israel God's Chosen People

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