I recieved an email from someone claiming to be in the military serving overseas. She asked if I would be kind enough to move about 3.2 million dollars! Umph! Take it from me, if a person had that much green, they wouldn’t be wearing Army Green! Secondly she claims to have found money belonging to Sadam Hussein. News Flash any money found is NOT kept by the United States.
Here’s a copy of the email spewing falshoods and undoubtedly trying to scam me out of money which in and of itself is wrong, but defaming the U.S. military is so annoying. Not to mention that they mention the death of a U.S. solider, this person is beyond scum.
My name is Major,Selma George. I am an American soldier with Swiss background,serving in the military with the army 3rd infantry division.With a verydesperate need for assistance, I have summed up courage to contact you. I foundyour contact particulars in an address journal. I am seeking your kindassistance to move the sum of ( $ 3.2 million u.s.dollars )three million, twohundred united states dollars to you, as far as I can be assured that my sharewill be safe in your care until I complete my service here, this is no stolenmoney, and there are no danger involved. I am presently in a hospitalrecovering from injuries sustained in a suicide bomb attack.Source of money:Some money in various currencies was discovered in barrels at a farmhouse nearone of Saddam’s old palaces in Tikrit-Iraq during a rescue operation, andit was agreed by staff Sgt Kenneth buff and I that some part of this money beshared among both of us before informing anybody about it since both of us sawthe money first. This was quite an illegal thing to do, but I tell you what? Nocompensation can make up for the risk we have taken with our lives in this hellhole. Of which my brother in-law was killed by a road side bomb last week.
Nicole Olea’s love language is communication. She does this best using her keyboard as a freelance copywriter and editor. Creative and resilient with high-level experience in social media management, content creation, and eCommerce marketing, Nicole Olea was a professional volunteer, sharing her skills with various non-profit organizations who paid her in hugs. For the last 20 years, she’s lived a quasi-nomadic life, moving across the country and the Atlantic with her active-duty husband and their three kids. She’s awkwardly stumbling toward her goal of becoming a saint. She’s got God-sized dreams and wants you to have them too!
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