I just received a mail that promises to solve all my economic problems, and set my writing career on the right path.
Judge for yourself…
An oil business man made a fixed deposit of $26M in my bank branch where I am a director and he died with his entire family in Syria war leaving behind no next of kin. I Propose to present you as next of kin to claim the funds,if interested contact me with your full name, and telephone number to reach you and most importantly, a confirmation of acceptance from you.
Please reply with this Email: xxxxx
Your Truly ,
Now I’m here preparing a letter for mister Ling Lung.
I think I’ll mention to him that I still have here his grandfather Kai Lung’s wallet. Maybe he’d like to have it back.
6 September 2019 at 20:23
Sorry Davide, but I got the same email and already claimed the next-of-kin status.:-) What’s sad (truly!) is that people must fall for these scams because bad guys keep sending these emails!
7 September 2019 at 09:45
There go my dreams of riches! 😀
It’s sad and sometimes ridiculous: a few years ago a group of university teachers from my own town fell for a Nigerian scam; they actually pooled their resources to be able to pay the fee necessary to retrieve a fortune in diamonds. Crazy.
6 September 2019 at 20:45
I wonder if Mr. Lung has any relatives that happen to be Nigerian Princes? ; /
7 September 2019 at 09:46
Or maybe it was his petrol businessman client that was from Nigeria.
8 September 2019 at 03:04
Hahaha,you should so do this. Just like I’m going to hook up with the hot Asian girl who loves my big penis.
8 September 2019 at 11:06
Maybe your Asian fan is friends with the Turkish guy who hit on my brother on Facebook, “Hi, pretty Japanese girl!”
It’s a jungle out there.
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