£50 Notes Devon Sampford Peverell

December 29, 2011 by staff 

£50 Notes Devon Sampford Peverell, The grey-haired benefactor walked through the Sampford Peverell Tesco slipping envelopes into trolleys and baskets, wishing customers a merry Christmas, it was reported.

Each envelope contained a £50 note and a letter from the man explaining his act of generosity.

The letter read: ‘Happy Christmas. I have recently been fortunate enough to have come into quite a lot of money – more than I need for myself and my family. So I thought that I would share some of it with other people – the £50 enclosed is for you.

‘I hope this enables you to have a little extra cheer this Christmas. You do not have to do anything other than spend the money – and it is real, there is no trick, no hidden cameras or catch. Just have a happy Christmas.’

One recipient took the money to the bank, where staff confirmed the note was genuine.

Another recipient said they almost threw the envelope away without opening it, believing it to contain a spam letter.

The supermarket’s manager confirmed ‘several’ customers had mentioned the act of kindness of the mystery man.

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