Here is another fabulous example of a spam email! These things are hysterically funny to me! The grammar, the spelling, the shirty punctuation… She doesn’t know my name yet I’m her beneficiary?! A “cancer problem”?! “…upset my medical bills”!?!
I get that people still fall for these emails, because if they didn’t then these emails wouldn’t still be being sent.
I am sending you this mail in good faith. I am Gladys Osborne currently undergoing medical treatment for cancer. My Late Husband Mr. Peter Osborne
was a contractor with the United Kingdom consulate in Hong Kong for many years. Before he died in 2002; we both had an account with a financial
institution in Europe where we deposited the sum of Six million five hundred united states dollars. Recently, my doctor told me that I have few
months to live due to cancer problem.
Having known my condition; I have decided to nominate you as my beneficiary since the financial company has now written me that the length
of time agreed upon to hold my funds have now expired. My desire and purpose is for you to promote humanitarian works. I.e. assisting the less
privileged and building orphanage homes in your country and to upset my medical bills.
Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I stated herein. I will give you further details when I hear from you via email.
In His Arms.