Spammed again with the oldest of old schemes it seems that I the “undisclosed-recipients” have inherited (1.2,000,000,00 GBP); quite a sum; not sure how much it is but it seems like a lot.
I would love to contact Mr.Williams Moore but should I email him at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org? Surely one of my readers would be able to inform me on this one. I can’t let this one slip away; I have passed on perhaps 500 million this year and this one is just too good to be true, don’t you think?
To: undisclosed-recipients: ;
Received-On: Today 6:44 AM
Subject: IN GOOD FAITH
My name is Barrister Williams Moore , I am assigned to you on behalf of the
Trustees and Executor of the estate of Late Engr David Rollins. I once again try to
notify you as my earlier letter was returned undelivered. I hereby attempt to
reach you again by this same email address stated here and I wish to notify you
that late Engr David Rollins made you a beneficiary to his funds. He left the sum of
One million two hundred thousand Great British Pounds (1.2,000,000,00 GBP )to
you in a Bank account number:52207712321 with a Security Deposit Bank here in
london UK.Engr David Rollins died on the 13th day of Feb. 2007 at the age of 80
years, and his funds is now ready for execution.According to him this money is to
support your humanitarian activities and to help the poor and the needy in our
society.update the form below so that I can contact you and alsocx send you the
AFFIDAVIT FORM IN SUPPORT OF APPLICATION which you will have to fill and
submit to the Security Deposit Bank for claims.
1.Name in full,2.Address,3.Nationality,4.Age
This is my email contact address : email@example.com
Barr. Williams Moore
Williams Moore Law Firm
Take a look at Scamcops for another humorous example.