Jun 132012

Some­times I’m just not sure what res­ult the spam­mers expect. This was in my spam folder yes­ter­day, sup­posedly from someone at the “BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION, TO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA”.


Did you send Mr. Anthony Brown to pick up your ATM CARD on your behalf? He vis­ited our office yes­ter­day with the story that you are not fine and have been admit­ted to a psy­chi­at­ric hos­pital, please kindly recon­firm this news with a doctor’s report to enable us pre­pare an affi­davit on your behalf and release the ATM card to him.

But if this inform­a­tion is false, kindly get back to us imme­di­ately so we can appre­hend him.

We advise that you to also do the need­ful to make sure that the NFIU dis­patches your UKFSA SCAM VICTIMS COMPENSATION before Fri­day.

You are assured of the safety of your ATM CARD and it’s avail­ab­il­ity and be advised that you should stop fur­ther con­tacts with all the fake gov­ern­ment offi­cials online who in col­lab­or­a­tion scammed you.

I guess I was meant to email back and ask about my scam vic­tims com­pens­a­tion? I decided to just take their advice and not con­tact fake gov­ern­ment offi­cials online.

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