Saturday, December 1, 2007

Seriously...

I'm annoyed by these e-mails that I receive, practically everyday. I saw a report on TV about these people in foreign countries who are sending these e-mails.
Now, my question is, who are these fricking-totally-dumb-Americans who actually respond to these bogus e-mails? Sadly, It is many older people who are taken advantage of, giving away their life savings. So, my question is who are these older-fricking-totally-dumb-Americans-who-give-away-their-life-savings?
I wanna meet one ;-)
And now for your reading pleasures - the e-mail...


From: Director, Intercontinental Bank Plc. Lagos Nigeria.
Subject: YOUR PAYMENT FILE TRANSFERED TO OUR BANK.

Attn: Dear Meagan,

We wish to inform you that your fund payment file has been transfered to us via the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Bank.

Note that the Ecowas Bank which payment juridiction on defaulted payments within the 16 memebers states. Hence due to delays and non-payment of your funds as associated with your payment in your former payee bank, your payment file has been transfered for expeditious transfer.

Consequently has ratified payment in your favour starting with an instalmental approved payment of 10,000,000.00 USD (Ten million United States Dollars) to all default payment underCategory "C" of the payment schedule.

For a swift transfer of your funds, you are advised to reconfirm your banking co-ordinates within 48hrs upon receipt of this notification letter.Send also your address, your Mobile/ fax numbers.
Noteworthy, that from henceforth you must desist from further correspondence with any institution, bank,lawyer or person(s) formerly associated with your payment as this bank is the only authorised payee bank for your funds transfer.

Reply to my Alternative box: andrewjohn203@yahoo.fr

Your's faithfully

Dr. Andrew John
Director, Intercontinental Bank Plc

1 comment:

The One and Only A said...

Oh shit! So these are SCAMS?! Uh-oh. I think I just sent some very personal information to a ne'er-do-well in Nigeria!

But he told me that he was a prince, damn it!

;-P

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