Thank you for your quick correspondence.
As a result of the magnitude of this random email, as you can imagine,
I contacted my own attorney, and he seems suspicious. I have always
thought he was a crook, though. I mean, take for instance his
required retainer of me. In order to hire him, he required that I
come to him with $15,000!
Now, rest assured, I have plenty of money, and this is not a problem.
What *IS* a problem is that I have a single bank account with a ton of
cash in it, and my wife is in charge of our books. I have no way to
hide it from her. So, I had to secretly create my own bank account
and load it with a loan from my mother in the amount of $100,000. I
suppose we could use this account for the transfer so that my wife
won't find out?
Anyways, my attorney says that you should contact him by email.
His email is email@example.com.
His name is Robert Loblaw, but you can call him Bob for short. He
likes that, the friggin crook!
He has the following questions:
(1) Is there a will?
(2) Are there medical documents to prove Marnia's illness?
(3) When is her surgery?
(4) What size dress does Marnia wear?
(5) What is her country of citizenship?
(6) Is there a rule like in California where a will has to be written
that expressly states that her surviving next of kin are OUT of the
will (in particular, her children).
I think you could really make it easier if you talk about the charm
and beauty of Marnia. Perhaps, you could send Mr. Loblaw a photo of
Marnia? He is a sucker for beautiful women!
Please send an email to Mr. Loblaw as soon as possible at the above address!
I am so excited!
How did she find me, and why did she choose me? I am just the son of
a very rich oil magnate, and I haven't done much of anything with my
life. Just wondering because, truth be told, I was thinking other
people might be more worthy.
For instance, I have a sister who is preparing for the sisterhood, God
Bless her, and she worked in the peace corp for a number of years in
Nigeria, assisting the relatives of those who were lost in horrific
traffic accidents. That was hard work, let me tell you, but they made