Don't you hate getting those phony e-mails that offer to give you a zillion dollars? All you have to do is send all of your bank account information. I'm surprised they still try scams like this. You'd think nobody would fall for them.
I got one today that said I could have $10 million. The sender was Mrs. Joy Praise. She said she was a Christian, so the name was pretty funny.
"Sure, send the money," I wrote back.
Later today, I got a return e-mail with the above image attached. It said this:
Many thanks for your email response my dear beloved in ChristI'd like to string them along, but not sure what to do next. Any ideas?
So sorry for the late response to your email, you are are such a wonderful person, and am happy someone like you is ready to help the poor. Herein is my deposit certificate of the Jacksonville bank, i want you to get it forwarded to the bank to enable them start up with the process of the required funds for my project to you.
Here below is the contact email address of the bank: email@example.com
You can also have my doctor called at : +447012961146 to enable you speak with me. As soon as you have been able to get this sent to the bank, please do let me know what the bank is saying.