I was sure surprised this morning to find I’m soon to be the proud benefactor of a large inheritance. My supposed friend Kenny sent me the following email regarding the situation.
Hello, My name is Kenny Williams , aged 17yrs & the only son of Mr. Williams. Before My father passed away he told me to contact you if anything happened to him that you will help me, so i wanted to know please if you are the friend of my father? I have inheritance from my late father which i desire your assistance in receiving the inheritance in your country for investment while i come over to further my education and begin a new life, I will be glad to give you fifteen percent of the total inheritance for your assistance.
Truly i do hope you are going to honestly accept to help me considering my situation and security, couple with an uncontrollable crisis around the country as you must have heard over the news, my life is no more protected here. I confided on your assistance and write with every respect due to your good person and ask that you assist me to get the inheritance on my behalf as my late father’s foreign associate to your country for investment. Please if you are willing to assist me, indicate your acceptance by sending me your full name, address and direct telephone contact so that I can give you a detailed explanation on the inheritance.
Thanks in anticipation. Kenny
Although Kenny’s email is simply worthless (it did gave me a laugh) – the emails we send to others can quickly be turned into blog posts. There have been many times when a reader has sent me a question; and I’ve taken the time to write out a long, well-written response. The responses we write are often the answer to questions many of our readers already have.
Why not use those great emails we often produce and turn them into blog posts?
It’s a simple way to produce some extra content – so take a look at your past emails and find a few emails to thicken up and post.
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