Wednesday, January 12, 2005

How to Respond Scam Letters - Lesson 2 

In continuing our series, here´s Lesson 2:

Mr. Jun Cheng,
Bank Of Korea,
Seoul 150-873.

Dear Friend
I am Jun Cheng a manager of bills/exchange at the foreign remittance department of Hanivitbank. In my department, we discovered an abandoned sum of $44,700,000.00 (Forty Four Million, Seven Hundred Thousand United State Dollars only) in an account that belonged to one Late Mr Andrew Phillips an American, who died along with his entire family, on November 1998, in a ghastly plane crash.

Unfortunately, nobody has come forward to claim this money. We do not want the money to go into the government account as unclaimed bills. blah blah

Dear Mr. Cheng,

So sorry to hear about Mr. Phillips, ghastly plane crash, was it? Must have
been horrible. Did I ever tell you about Mrs. Jones, our neighbor? She also
died in a plane crash, and, what do you know? It was... ghastly. Yes, sir,
ghastly it was.

Now, why don´t you want the money to go to your very nice government? That´s
very unpatriotic of you. A traitor to your country, are you? That´s ghastly as well.
I´m shocked beyond belief. And you supposed I was some ghastly traitor too?

Silly you.

Utmost sincerely yours,

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