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”.

ATTENTION:

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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