I have too much money already


Let me share my good fortune with you wonderfull people:

Dear Email Owner/Fund Beneficiary,


We have actually been authorized by the newly appointed United Nation
secretary general, and the governing body of the UNITED NATIONS Monetary
Unit, to investigate the unnecessary delay on your payment, recommended and
approved in your favor. During the course of our investigation, we
discovered with dismay that your payment has been unnecessarily Delayed by
corrupt officials of the Bank who are Trying to divert your funds into their
private accounts.

To forestall this, security for your funds was organized in the form of your
personal Identification number (PIN) ATM CARD and this will enable only you
to have direct Control over your funds in the ATM CARD. We will monitor this
payment ourselves to avoid the hopeless situation created by the Officials
of the bank.

An irrevocable payment guarantee has been issued by the World Bank Group and
the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on your Payment.
However, we are happy to inform you that based on our
recommendation/Instructions; your complete Inheritance funds have been
credited in your favor through ATM VISA CARD.

You are therefore advice to contact:

Mr Andrew Mansfield

Director ATM Payment Department

(Intercontinental Benin Republic)

Email andrewmansfield057@gmail.com

Contact him now and tell him to advise you on how to receive your ATM CARD.
As soon as you establish a contact with him, an ATM card will be issued to
you immediately which you can use to withdraw your funds in any Bank ATM
Machine in your Country, but the maximum is£6000 per day.

When contacting him, contact him with your data as stated below:

  1. Your Full Name:

  2. Address Where You Want the Courier Company to Send Your ATM Card

  3. Your Age:

  4. Occupation:

  5. Telephone Numbers:

  6. Country:

  7. Copy of your ID: Passport:

NOTE: You are advised to furnish Mr Andrew Mansfield with your correct and valid
details. Also be informed that your ATM CARD is valued





Well since it’s from the Benin Republic it MUST be on the up & up. Your going to be rich. (wink).


Reminds me of an old thread from EV. He went pretty far with it, replying to them a bunch of times.


No no no! You can’t trust it unless it’s from Nigeria!


Only EV would do something so crazy. lol


Here we go



Most folks do not think these are anything but scams, but On the contrare, look at this that I won…and this is REAL MONEY.


What I don’t understand is why Google doesn’t shut off those gmail accounts that’re obviously being used to hustle the sub-idiots.


About two years ago I watched an investigative reporter, I think 60 minutes, who traveled to Nigeria and talked to the people making scam phone calls, but no one could shut them down ?. :Thud:


Well, it’s hard to cut off basic phone service to someone. Especially when the call originates in Nigeria…the Nigerian government would have to do that (collapses in a laughing fit).

But Gmail is an American service. There are terms-of-service for a personal box; and Google has NEVER been shy about cutting or modifying service or access for political reasons. Simply locking down abused addresses would seem to be simple - and would clean up the Web.