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Gilbert, AZ, United States
| http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/violet-large-gave-away-her-lottery-windfall/article2119137/. |
Charity scam - Craigslist (craiglist.com)
|Name||Allen and Violet Large ⇒|
Thank you for responding, i know you do have lots of questions as to why we chose you, Do read about us by visiting this website: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/violet-large-gave-away-her-lottery-windfall/article2119137/. My wife and I decided to donate the sum of $500,000.00 USD to you as part of our charity project to improve the lot of 10 lucky individuals all over the world from our $11.3 million Jackpot Lottery winning fund. We prayed and searched over the internet for assistance and your email was chosen amongst others provided by the Educational Purpose Internet providers . Violet my wife and i have decided to make sure this is put on the internet for the world to see. my wife had cancer and she died last year July 16 at Colchester regional hospital in Truro , my wife just didn\'t die but she was a great person and I miss her so much and this is why I have decided to do one thing i promised her forever. As you could see from the webpage above, am not getting any younger, we won this lottery funds July 2010 and we have given a lot to charity organizations round the world and this is the last phase of our personal donation which we did not make public. Please confirm you received this message and provide me with your name, current address and personal telephone number to enable me provide you the additional information for your payment at once, we are indeed grateful. God bless you, Violet and Allen Large. On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 7:49 AM, Karen Jumper
wrote: Did you know that there are a lot of scammers on the internet/ craigslist these days who say the same kinds of things. Like I am dying of cancer and God told me to give you 10 million dollars- for one. I would dearly love to believe that your email is true, believe me, I really would. However, how could it be for real? Make my day, be for real, cause this woman is in great need and couldn\'t happen to a better person (that\'s me) Karen