E-mail I received Friday:
Dearest in Christ,
I am Mr. Michael Ezeocha, and I got your contact on my personal search of
the person I want to will my money to.
Please I willed the sum of Two Million US Dollars to you,that is the only
money left in my account right now.Please,I want you to use this money for
the churches and less privileged.
If you really want to know why I have willed this money toyou and you want
this money to be transferred to you please contact the bank manager whose
name and address I will give to you as soon as you reply this mail.
He will help you transfer this money that I have willed to you. Right now
I am in the hospital and i will tell you my story.
Please get back to me through my reliable email
God Bless you.
I can't begin to tell you how much it means to me that you want to bestow this phenomenal gift on me, a perfect stranger. I am so sorry to hear you are in the hospital. That must be very difficult.
I considered your offer all weekend, and as any smart intelligent person would do performed a Google search on your name. Apparently you have made this same offer to at least 250 other people.
Therefore, based on my calculations you have at least Five Hundred Million and not just the Two Million, as you stated. I find the fact that you would lie to me rather hurtful and disappointing.
I understand that you may think I'm greedy by wanting the entire sum of your money. I mean really, what can someone do with Five Hundred Million that they can't accomplish with Two Million. The truth is you are correct. I am greedy. If I am special enough to receive Two Million, then I think I'm special enough to receive all Five Hundred Million. After all, I am a Domestic Wonder Woman.
So, unless you are willing to transfer all Five Hundred Million to my account, I simply can not go along with the Two Million. I am an 'All or Nothing' type girl. Just ask my husband.