IT is not often a day goes by without at least one email offering millions and millions of rands, which has been left to the writer by a husband who died in an Libya, having been a CEO of an international company, the writer is busy dying of some fatal disease so is urgently looking share the mythical millions. There are a few variations of the theme designed to get money out of the gullible, but certainly not to give any millions away.However, after many years, a different approach. Full marks to Captain Chris Johnson, or whatever his real name is, on a creative and original approach even though the basic design is to fleece the recipient.He claims to be an American soldier, serving in Iraq as an ICU nurse in a combat support hospital in Baghdad. But two sentences later he is in hospital recovering from injuries in a suicide bomb attack.Now he has $14 million to share with you which he states “this is no stolen money and no danger involved” - the millions are with a courier company. He does not bother to say where this money originated. All you need to do is email him back and he will send all details of how you and he will share the mythical millions.Save your time and money, and as usual, press delete.