An Offer I Can’t Refuse
I must be a very trustworthy man.
Within the past couple of weeks, I've received notes from three wonderful friends that I didn’t even knew I had. Each of them must know that I'm good with money … because each of them is humbly seeking my financial management assistance.
I am honored by their trust in me. And I am looking forward to lending them a helping hand.
Let me share with you the heartfelt, verbatim comments from one of these correspondents—with my commentary, of course.
Hello, My Name is Mr. Abdul Raham,i am 53years old. Am a citizen of Saudi Arabia, but i am resident in Cayman island.
Hi, I’m David. And, unlike you, I can write.
I have no wife but i happend to have a child of 5Yrs from my late wife who happens to die of Cancer of the Breast. For 2 years now i am seriously sick.
Talk about a downer, Abby. How about easing into the bad news?
Right now I has only about a year for to live, according to my Medical Doctor.
And I fear that’s not quite long enough to learn English.
I want God to be merciful to me and accept my soul and so, I have decided to give arms to charity rganizations and give succor and comfort to the less privileged of the Tsunami Victims.
I’m missing something … why exactly does God smile upon those who give dismembered limbs to charity?
I once asked a close friend of mine to close one my accounts in Saudi Bank and donate the money to charity organization and to the less Privileged in Bulgaria and Sudan-Africa.
It’s good to know I’m not the only one focusing my philanthropic efforts on the less fortunate in Bulgaria.
He cashed the money but kept it only to himselves.
It’s so hard to trust anyone these days—at least that’s what I say to myselves.
The last of my money, which no one knows of is the huge cash of Twenty Two million(22 Million US DOLLARS) deposited in the Vault of a financial institution in Europe for Safekeeping.
Fantastic investment idea. What’s the rate of return on cash sitting in a vault?
I want you to collect this deposit on my behalf …
No problem, buddy. This is a great offer!
… and disburse 30percent of the amount among the Mudslide Earthquake Victims in Asia, Hurricane Katrina, and for the less Privileged, 30percent for you for you time and efforts and 40 (percent) for my only child upbringing as you will be responsible for his education,health and other activities.
You want me to give away most of the cash AND adopt your kid? This offer sucks!
So i need your urgent reply so that I will not go on sourcing for a credible person to handle this project, kindly respond back to me with the information below …
I’m credible, all right—credible enough to send you that personal information you’re asking for. First, though, I’ll need to see a little downpayment on that $22 million.
Just slip it to me the next time we bump into each other, delivering food aid in Bulgaria.