Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Seeking advice

I received this lucrative offer via email.

I'm all torn up.

What should I do?

Attn:Mine Daerest,I have registered your check to the Eko bank plc.But the manager of the Eko Bank told me that before the check will reach you that it will expire.So i told him to cash ($2.7Million), All the necessary arrangement of delivering the ($2.7Million is made and the package was deposited with SPEED TRUST COURIER COMPANY. This is there information incase you want to contact to delivery your package. Name: DR.ANDY LORD EMAIL:speedtrustcompanybenin38@yahoo.fr Send them your contacts information to enable them locate you immediately they arrived in your country with your BOX . Thisis what they need from you. 1.YOUR FULL NAME-------------- 2.YOUR HOME ADDRESS-------------- 3.YOUR CURRENT HOME TELEPHONE NUMBER------------ 4.YOUR CURRENT OFFICE TELEPHONE----------------- 5.YOUR OCUCCUPATION------------- 6.A COPY OF YOUR PICTURE--------------- Please make sure you send this needed info's to the Director general of SPEED TRUST Courier Company DR Andy Lord with the address given to you.Note:The SPEED TRUST COMPANY don't know the contents of the Box. I registered it as a Box of an Africa cloths. They don't know it's contents money. this is to avoid them delaying with the Box. I am waiting for your urgent response. Thanks and Remain Blessed. Mr.frank jim

Do these motherfuckers really think that people will fall for this shit?

Unfortunately enough people think that receiving an email from an African stranger is an easy way to make money. Strangely, these always turn out to be bogus, and greedy people often find themselves poorer for their naivete.

Read this to find out how dumb Aussies can be, especially older ones: Nigerian scammers fleece Aussies $36m/yr

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There's no harm in trying JJ, who knows? you might fool them this time... he he he!

But, if the "fool" happens to be reading your blog and see the caption...i'm sure he'll think twice!