May 29, 2008

Dear Aspiring Bank Scammers,

If you're going to try to trick me into giving you access to my bank account, take the extra time to proof your pitch so that there are not five spelling or other errors in the first sentence of your bogus email to me:

"Because of unusual number of invalid login attempts on you account, we had to believe that, their might be some security problem on you account."

I'm broke but I'm not stupid. And yes, my bank is on your tail now.


Melissa said...

Because of unusual coolness on you part, we had to believe that you're the best auntie ever.

nora said...

Hello, My Name is John Coker,from the Australasia.I will like to make an order,and i will like to know if you accept credit card,and i also want you to know that i will be arranging for the shipping pickup of my order. So i will like you to please get back to me asap,so that i an give you the list of items i want to order from you and send you my credit card account information for the payment of my order. I await your soonest response. Warm Regards John Smith

Spelling aside, I like how his name changed from John Coker to John Smith.

Timothy Carter said...

Please do not be listening they are fraud but I am with best of honesty. The reason for my contact you today is an amount located at Western Development Bank of Africa found in amount of 10, 000, 000, 000. If you to please be giving of your account information and credit card information, I will forward 10% for you as soon as is the possible.

Also I will be requiring your shoe size, list of favourite DVDs, number of words you can rhyme with 'orange', and the eternal soul of your firstborn child. Please be forwarding thy information to wcw.notspamnoreally!.crap.

I wish for good day unto you.

Jerell said...

Ha! I get those too!