All-time WORST e-mail solicitation

Talk about the Nigerian 4-1-9 scam in all its many variations, such as bogus checks sent from Nigeria to purchase used cars in the U.S. and many other variations of this scam.

All-time WORST e-mail solicitation

Post by Nikki » Thu Apr 14, 2011 2:23 am

Okay, the various e-mail scammers range from funny to pathetic.

I hereby nominate the following (verbatim including formattng, grammar, and spelling) for the all-time worst.

Mrs,Joy Frank [] wrote:AETTENTION

This is to inform you that the management and control of all finances of the Government as prescribed by the constitution of the country is the

responsibility of the federal Ministry of Finance to handle all foreign arias/debts. The Board of Federal Ministry of Finance Benin Republic are here to

notify you of your payment inherited funds of (US$ After the meeting held on 9th of March 2011. His Excellence the PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL

REPUBLIC OF BENIN Has instructed this Department to send your funds to you through western union money transfer for easier receive of your inherited funds

without any further delay.

So you adhere strictly to contact western union right now with this address ( I lied. Text was edited to remove active e-mail link ) to start picking up your money today you. The maximum

amount you will receiving per a day is ($5000.00) as soon as they confirmed your information as listed below,

Receiver's Name:________
Receiver’s Address:______
Your Country:__________
Your city _____________
Tell Number:___________
Text question __________
Test answer ___________
Your occupation___________
Your age ___________
Your sex ___________
Your passport ___________

ONCE AGAIN: You contact Mr. John Eze Tell phone +229 9986-9480 for Your fund has been approved from the federal ministry of finance Benin republic today so

do contact western union department immediately to start picking up your fund, Thanks in anticipation of your co-operation,

Mrs. Joy Frank