- Mr. Driezen Adreas Hendrikus Charity Work Project


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 - Mr. Driezen Adreas Hendrikus

On Sat Mar 24 15:15:19 CDT 2012, Driezen Adreas Hendrikus <> wrote:

Dear Beloved Friend,


Can you be trusted to handle a Charity Project Work worth Nine Million Euros (9,000,000.00 Euros) for the less privilege? Since 

i have been diagnosed with esophageal cancer and it has defiled all forms of medical treatment, i have decided to use my Money for Charity Project Work to help the needy and the less privilege. With the help of my Attorney so far, i have been able to reach out to a few 

charity organizations in the Philippines, Algeria and Malaysia. Now that my health has deteriorated so badly, i cannot do this myself 

anymore. I need trusted and capable hands who can handle this charity project to put a smile in the lives of the less privilege.


I have earlier asked members of my family to help me give out arms to those organizations catering for the less privileged in Bulgaria

 and Pakistan, they refused and kept the resources to themselves. I do not trust them anymore, as they seem not to appreciate what

 i have left for them. So i have decided to use the last of my belonging which no one knows about except my Attorney and is a huge

 deposit of Nine million Euros (9,000,000.00) is equivalent to 11,637,450,00 USD which I deposited in the Bank since 2003 and 

i will want you to secure and bestow to Charity Organizations with the help of you and my Attorney and i have set aside for you 

20% for your time to assist me locate the right charity homes.


For more details, kindly send the following information to my email <> to enhance communication of this project work to help the needy and the less privilege.


1). Full Names: 

2). Residential Address: 

3). Cell phone numbers: 

4). Sex: 

5). Occupation: 

6). Country:


I look forward to your swift response to this mail.

Yours Sincerely.

Mr. Driezen Adreas Hendrikus Email:

Scam Email Database comments:


No one from China that you don't know will email you to assist them in distributing millions of dollars.  Why would they give you 

20% for doing this charity work?

Anyone addressing someone they don't know as "Dear Beloved Friend" is always an indication that its a scam.



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