Oh oh I'm rich!

Hey,

Must be my lucky day :clap: :bigsmile: Got this email:

Citi Finance Bank uk
25 Maiden Lane
Covent Garden
London WC2E 7JS

Dear Friend,

Do accept my sincere apologies if my mail does not
meet your personal ethics.
I will introduce myself as Mr. Mark Hugo, a
staff in the accounts management section of the above
firm here in the United Kingdom.This is the detail of
what i want you to assist me in doing.
One of our accounts with holding balance of
6,520,000(Six Million Five Hundred and twenty Thousand
British Pounds) has been dormant and has not been
operated for the past four (4) years. From my
investigations and confirmations, the owner of this
account, a foreigner by name Kurt Kahle died in July,
2000 see this

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/859479.stm

and since then nobody has done anything as regards
the claiming of this money because he has no family
members who are aware of the existence of neither the
account nor the funds.
I have secretly discussed this matter with a
senior official of this Bank and we have agreed to
find a reliable foreign partner to deal with. We thus
propose to do business with you, standing in as the
next of kin of these funds from the deceased and funds
released to you after due processes have been
followed.
This transaction is totally free of risk and
troubles as the fund is legitimate and does not
originate from drug, money laundry, terrorism or any
other illegal act. On receipt of your response I will
furnish you with detailed clarification as it relates
to this mutual benefit transaction. I look forward to
hearing from you as soon as possible if you are
interested.
Regards,
Mr. Mark Hugo

Its so nice to see that banks have starting using Yahoo… :wink:

If you havn’t noticed I’m knida being scarstic, I know this is spam

VH

if you believe that you are rich, now - do you also believe that reading an email will enlarge your penis :wink: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:
(i know, it’s only spam, but i just had to say this :wink: )

Id say I’ve definately gotten emails which have, for a period of time, enlarged a bodypart :stuck_out_tongue:

Income tax refund emails? :slight_smile:

OMG pr0n!

I don’t any of my parts ENLARGED thank you…

I’m gonna be super rich soon too! A Nigerian prince has promised to put loads of money in my account if I gave him my account details…

it is fun to reply to those kind of emails using a untraceable email i actually had some suckers communicate with me over 10 emails or so i was playin stooooopid with them like i didn’t know what was up it is sooooo funny and they even switched people on me a few times, nigeria was where all that stuff was comin from.

I thought all american women had nose jobs when they were 16, and boob jobs when they hit 18 :wink:

As one stunningly boring looking bimbo once put it:
“Girls that don’t have a nose job, just don’t have pride in themselves!”

Yes Barbie, what all blokes in the world want is a bunch of women that all look the same, due the same nose job, & facelift, and size DDD cups.

It all seems a tad … vanilla.
I’m a strawberry and chocolate man myself … and preferably both at the same time :wink:

Now you know you have a moral obligation to mess with them right (cause it might be fun)? Play along with whatever they want. I’m assuming that they are going to want bank account information, money wired/transfered, personal information that could be used for identity theft, credit card info etc. Obviouslly there is liklly to be some sort of charge for transfering the money (just a formality of course) or you will have to pay the taxes on it before they can release it (and the taxes need to be paid to them in cash, not to someone official).

Whatever they ask you to do, contact them and tell them you have done it (even though you havent). Whatever info they ask for, give it to them (make up bogus info to give them of course). It might be fun!!!
If you do string them along, let us know how it goes!!!

I just though of an even beter approach. Act like (give them info as if) you were elderlly and kind of wealthy. Anytime they mention that the info you gave was wrong (if they are really dedicated enough about scamming you to keep it going), mention that you could call your son to get help because you sometimes get confused with banking stuff (whcih they wont want you to do) but it might keep them wasting their time trying (which would be even funnier).

Have you ever heard of email bombs … Worse, letter bombs … phone no#s are traceable, and they can verify your address.

Just ignore them.

I got a mail from Ed McMahon and I may already be a millionaire. Wohoo!!!

VirusHack dont belive all u can see … in that case delete it :stuck_out_tongue: