There was of course, never any "first attempt." This scammer tries to convince us that his first scam-mail went "undelivered," and he is trying to reach us at "the same e-mail address" that is on the "WILL." The scam-mail, however, was bulk mailed out to hundreds of e-mail addresses, maybe more. He points out the word "WILL" in particular to grab your attention. Some "late engineer" has made you a "beneficiary" to his "WILL," $22.5 million, in fact, and yet having nothing to do with any facts whatsoever LOL. He grabs not only our attention, but also our emotions as well, stating that the nonexistent money is for the "poor and needy." How touching. If you get back to him, however, he will no doubt tell you that you will get to keep part of "the money." For more of these crazy "next-of-kin" scam samples, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
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