You know what's sad? I'm pretty sure $2 million wouldn't even buy you much of a tropical island! And what with the taxes and all... Scammers are gonna have to up their game. I don't think I'd go through the hassle they're going to propose even if I *did* believe there was $2 million out there. I could earn more by working for that number of hours!
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Usually..if something sounds too good to be true..IT IS !! Have fun with the dream while it last. When you come back to reality..Life is really wonderful on its own merits..If you believe in treating your fellow man kindly and doing unto others as you would have done unto yourself..Well..its all good. The Lord will bless you.
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Good luck with this. At least let us know where your island is located. Lol
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Be careful, it's a scam.
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I am pretty sure its a scam ......
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Tell ya what.....I will wave my magical wand and send everyone a helicopter that they can use to visit your island. Do we bring our own leis? Don't forget the personal chef, masseur and a mint on my pillow please!
Let me tell you the TRUTH...there was indeed an elderly couple in the Truro, NS area who won millions on the 6-49 lottery a while back and the wife did pass away from cancer afterward. They made loads of donations to area churches and hospitals and the gentleman was in the paper here the other day commenting on a story of how some sorry pieces of SH!T are scamming people using their story and his fine name.
I like to respond to all junk e-mails the same way...I always thank them for the offer and tell them that I am now happily forwarding their e-mail to the FBI, CIA, KGB, etc....I also do the same with scam phone calls.
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I hope this email didn't come from Nigeria. A person does have to be careful with emails of these sorts. If the person asks you to send a check to lease those funds, then you know something is fishy. pardon. phishy.
Now, if you know the person who sent this email and their identy confirmed, THEN I'd love to visit your island. Unfotunately, none of my relatives have ever won Powerball. So, I won't be buying an island any time soon.
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