Friday, February 08, 2008

The best spam I've gotten in a while

Dear Friend,

My name is Mr Donald Young in South Africa our client died Three years ago leaving behind Capital amount (US$14.6M) in our bank here where i work ,I am his account manager ,till date nobody has come forward or put application for the claim.During the bank private search for the relative recently your name and email contact was among the findings that matches the same surname as the deceases who died interstate with no Will or next of kin with our bank record.To maintain the level of security required I have intentionally left out the final details. I want you to come forward since I can provide you with the details needed for us to claim the Funds so that I can be gratify by you,I and my colleague that will do all the crucial part in the bank to have the claim release to you promptly.

To affirm your willingness and cooperation please do so by replying me at my private email stating your mind and also on how we should share the funds and also send your private telephone number to us or call me if you can.

I do expect your prompt response.

Thank you,

Mr Donald Young.

Email:donayyoun101@yahoo.com.hk



Most spam I get these days is just a bunch of porn words put together in random order. This guy really has his grammar down pat. Plus, he did call me friend, so he must know me, right? I feel I have to send him my phone number now.

8 comments:

Leezer said...

Tim:

My favorite part, "so I can be gratify by you."

I get a bunch of these a day but I've never read one. Maybe I should! I could be rich!

The guy says he's in South Africa, but from the grammar, my money's on Asia.

Oh great One said...

That's so compelling I want to send him my number too!

Genevieve said...

so that I can be gratify by you
I think he's hitting on you!

& he says south africa but his email address is .hk which means hong kong! he's so confused. poor man. :(

Christina said...

I wouldn't stop at just your phone number. I'd also offer him your social security number and your bank account numbers. It's the least you can do. After all, he is your friend.

JQ said...

Sounds plausible.

Think Frustrated said...

Leezer stole my favorite part. I hope he doesn't want you to "gratify" him in exchange for the 14 mil. Ok, maybe you'd do it. Who knows? It's a lot of money. I never get these. I just win the UK lottery daily. I'm a lucky SOB>

inconspicuous attack toad said...

i'm not sure i like his attitude. "i do expect your promt response"?! some friend!

Naynayfazz said...

I get these crazy emails too. I saw something about those emails on Dateline. Those people are so dangerous! And can you believe some people are stupid enough to believe it?!