OT: My future is a bit more secure

Igor PDML-StR pdmlstr at komkon.org
Wed Nov 1 15:45:25 EDT 2017

Recently, a man in Nigeria died.
They've found 23 billion dollars in his house.
For 15 years, he had been trying to give them away, but nobody responded 
to his e-mails.



Paul Stenquist Wed, 01 Nov 2017 10:46:11 -0700 wrote:

Some guys has all the luck!


> On Nov 1, 2017, at 1:40 PM, Bill <anotherdrunken... at gmail.com> wrote:
> This just in:
> U.S. Department of the Treasury
> 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue,NW
> Washington,DC 20220
> The Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") of the US Department of the
> Treasury has been authorized in their
> Sanction Programs to compensate 120 people who has being a victim of internet
> scam and fraud.The US Department
> of the Treasury has decided to pay you $250,000.00 USD (Two Hundred and Fifty
> Thousand United States Dollars)
> each in order to restore the global economy to the enviable standard of
> respectability.
> Your particulars was mentioned by one of the syndicates who was arrested as
> one of the victims of their
> operations.You are hereby warned not to communicate or duplicate this message
> to him or her for any reason
> whatsoever as the United Nations Police (UNPOL) are already on trace for the
> other criminals,these information should
> remain confidential till they are all apprehended,other victims who have not
> been contacted can submit their
> application as well for scrutiny and possible consideration.
> You will be contacting Richard Berner directly by replying to this email for
> the release of your $250,000.00 USD
> compensation fund,he's the director of the Office of Financial Research
> (OFR).You are to provide him with the
> requested information below for further verification:
> 1)Full Name: 2)House Address: 3)Nationality: 4)Age: 5)Gender: 6)Occupation:
> 7)Phone Number:
> Best Regards,
> Steven Mnuchin

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