Anita
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  • Toledo WA
  • United States
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At 4:58pm on April 17, 2010, Cathy said…
Hi Anita - I lost my husband in September of 2007. He died from colon cancer after about a 4 year battle. He was 47 and left behind me and our 13 year old son. I know how you feel. The first year or so, I think you just function on auto-pilot so you don't fold up. I had to get a full-time job with benefits to support my son and I. It has been 2 1/2 years and I sometimes feel so angry and sad it incapacitates me. I have had counseling, etc. What gets me is how everyone thinks you should move on. I HAVE moved on, just don't happen to like it that much. It is very lonely and when no one lets you talk about it (I mean close friends and family) you can't move on. Counseling does help, but is expensive.
At 9:54pm on April 4, 2010, Dominic Manzer said…
Please Be careful.

Concilia looks to be on a fishing expedition, the exact message you received was sent to me and 34 pages of other people. It contains nothing specific to any of the recipient's profile and has nothing appropriate to the Grief support group. Do-not send emails to her, your email address or any other information that could be used for fraud. I'm looking into how to report this person.

If you Emailed her directly at her yahoo.com email address, please contact Legacy. Unfortunately the only method I've found to

do so is sending an Email to connect@legacy.com

as shown in the box in the upper left of the "main" page in the tabs at the top of this page.

I'm sorry if my message is blunt poorly worded and disturbed you. I needed to get something done quickly. In a few minutes, I've received two replies showing that the message was sent to many people.

I put a message up on Concilia's wall and sent an Email to Legacy. I don't know how long it might take for them to respond.

This appears to be a variation on the a classic e-mail scams, "you have money" or " I need help.." but targeted to a very venerable group. I has the tell tails of internet scams, comes from a foreign country from a non native english speaker. Being in a foreign country makes prosecution or recovery of assets impassable.

The original message looks to have been written in Spanish then translated by a translation computer program and not edited by someone who speaks any english at all.

I don't want someone to be taken advantage of.

Dominic
 
 
 

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