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Dennis Thatcher features in spam

Baroness Thatcher probably wasn't expecting this
Wed Sep 07 2005, 07:39
AN EXOTIC VARIATION on the spam scam theme has started showing up in peoples' email inboxes.

The spam purports to come from a Catholic church in Wimborne, Dorset, London - yes, really - and if you've been unlucky enough to receive the spam, you might be surprised to find you're a beneficiary to his will. As no doubt will Margaret "The Iron Lady" Thatcher. µ


SS Peter & Paul Catholic Parish
Wimbome DORSET
London, UK

Dearest In The Lord,

On behalf of the trustees and executor of the estate of Late Sir. Dennis Thatcher, I wish to notify you that late Sir. Dennis Thatcher, made you a beneficiary to his WILL. He left the sum of Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds Sterling (£950,000.00) to you in the codicil and last testament to his WILL. This may sound strange and unbelievable to you, but it is real and true.

alt='thatcher'Being a widely travelled man, he must have been in contact with you in the past or simply you were nominated to him by one of his numerous friends abroad that wished you good. Sir. Dennis Thatcher passed away peacefully in the Lister Hospital London, after a short illness at the age of 88 years. He was businessman and husband to Margaret Thatcher, the former British Prime Minister. He was Born May 10th 1915; died June 26th 2003, and his WILL is now ready for execution.

Sir. Dennis Thatcher, until his death was a very dedicated Christian who loved to give out. His great philanthropy earned him numerous awards during his lifetime. In a tribute to him at a News Conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, British Prime Minister Mr. Tony Blair said:

..."Sir Dennis was a kind and generous-hearted man, a real gentleman who had many friends here and abroad".

According to him, this money is to support your activities and to help the poor and the needy in your country. Please If I reach you as I am hopeful, endeavor to get back to me as soon as possible.

Yours In His Service,



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