Mrs. Jane Milne Roberts Scam Part 1
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Mrs. Jane Milne Roberts Scam Part 1

The first section of an e-mail that takes a surprisingly long time to discuss a DHL Express delivery.

from Mrs. Jane Milne Roberts <>



date Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 2:28 PM

subject Contact DHL Express for Delivery of Cheque

hide details Jan 8 (8 days ago)


Good day to you and your family today.

I am sure this mail would be coming to you as a surprise since we have

never met before and you would also be asking why I have decided to chose

you amongst the numerous internet users in the world, precisely I cannot

say why I have chosen you but do not be worried for I come in peace and

something very positive is about to happen to your life right now and to

the lives of others through you if only you can carefully read and digest

the message below. The internet has made the world global villages where

you can reach anybody you have not met before.

Before I move further, permit me to give you a little of my biography, I

am Mother Jane milne Robert, 87 Years old woman and the wife of Late Sir

Milne Robert who died in a Plane crash on Monday the 7th of September 1998

GMT 14:22 UK while they were flying from New York to Geneva. Please see

site below for more information.

After the death of my husband I became the Head of his investment and now

that I am old and weak I have decided to spend the rest of my life with my

family and loved ones whom I never had time for during the course of my

business life, but before the death of my husband we had a plan to use the

last days of our lives to donate half of what we have worked for to the

less privilege and charity homes and the other half for ourselves, family

members and close friends, and it is so unfortunate that my husband is

not alive today to do this with me and I am very weak and old now, hence

I have decided to do this philanthropic work on behalf of my late husband

and I.

Presently, I have willed out almost half of our assets to several charity

homes and to some of the less privilege in different countries. Despite

the agreement between my late husband and I to give aid to the deprived,

we also agreed to render support to an individual we have not meet before

in life due to the fact when we were still young in life we receive an

anonymous help from an individual we did not know and which we have not

being able to know till date, the impact we got from such gesture made us

to do same.

I am sorry to inform you that you will never have the chance to know me

because I have just concluded the assignment which my husband and I have

agreed upon before his sudden death and you happened to be the beneficiary

of our last WILL, irrespective of your previous financial status, hence I

need you to do me a favor by accepting our offer that will cost you



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