Everyday it seems that I just become more and more popular by the second. I have many prestigious people just dying to throw huge sums of money my way!
Its true, and not one of them is interested in my products or my businesses. They just want to endow me for reasons completely unrelated in fact, to my internet business.
Just today I was contacted by the great Barrister Sir John Charles himself who informed me that I am entitled to $10 million U.S. dollars which was left behind by a family of 6 who were all tragically killed in a car accident, rest their poor dear souls.
Since there are no family left to claim the inheritance, I have been lucky enough to have been chosen by the great Barrister, Sir John Charles to receive this most generous gift. Simply give him access to my bank account and its a done deal!
Then there’s Publishers Clearing House who chose my email ID for £560,000.00, The United Nations Compensation Board (10K a day), the 2010 World Cup Lottery for a cool million, Shell Oil is sliding 250k my way for a random lottery drawing, and the World Court is finally compensating me $5.5 Million USD for some injustices done to me in some previous lifetime. To you Mr. Thomas Buergenthal from The International Court Of Justice I thank you for all the time and effort that you have dedicated, making this your personal crusade to right a terrible wrong done to me, whatever it was.
In total, I raked in over $46 Million in a single day… In your face John Reese & Frank Kern!!!
I never realized how lucrative just checking my email could be. Maybe you really CAN make millions with no website, no product and no work!
Of course by now you’ve probably figured out that I’m referring to those infamous emails most commonly known as the Nigerian Scammers Spam.
Hopefully, if you receive this type of horsecrap in your inbox that you totally ignore these. Normally they go straight into my trash bin, but knowing that this stuff is all B.S., it was a great source of entertainment and got me laughing a number of times. I just had to share some of it with you. Up another notch on the blacklist filter, LOL.
Remember, NEVER reveal bank info, passwords or any sensitive information EVER, even if the email looks legit. Real companies such as your bank, Paypal, etc. will NEVER ask you to verify your password or Account info for any reason whatsoever.
-Just a friendly reminder. 🙂
5 thoughts on “I Have Well Over $46,876,552.12 Coming My Way!”
Actually I think even Pay Pal is a problem. Or at least some of their contractors, specifically Safe Click. Before I say more however, let me resolve this issue I have with them.
I let you know,
woow, greeeat, thank you for this post, Good Website
Thanks John for the comment. I haven’t heard about Safe Click… Hope it works out okay. Keep me posted. 🙂
Great post. Laughing. Frankly one has to commend the likes of Sir John Charles for expanding the frontiers of scam opportunities. There is a certain verve (and nerve) to their cavalier perspective that out of the six billion people on the planet, several million are probably gullible for these schemes. My mother, an email neophyte, commented to me about some questionable emails she received about being the lucky recipient to untold millions, asked me why these perpetuate? I compare them with those pre-online personal ads that once populated a lot of newspapers: they’re there because they must be working.
Very well said Eric! You are soooo spot on. 😀
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