This email landed in our inbox this morning, and since I am facing an indefinite stint of unemployment beginning tomorrow, this seems like a very lucrative opportunity to make some money while securing some valuable contacts within the European banking community. Who’s with me?
“Hello, It gives me a great deal of pleasure to write you this mail and even when it might come to you as a surprise, I hope you find it of interest. Let me first introduce myself. My name is David Timms. I am an Executive Auditor with a Bank here in Europe, I would like to use this means to ask your assistance in moving some fund over to your country. I have in the course of my duties come in contact with a good amount of Fund that have been inactive for some years now and careful investigation proved the original depositor of the fund died five years ago and all attempt to reach the suppose beneficiary of the deposit were fruitless and before it is forfeited to the state I decided to move it. It is of interest to inform you also that I have already moved this fund out of the Establishment and now in safe keeping with a Finance and security house, I will like to move it outside now and this is were I need your assistance. After legal consultation, I have established modalities for a secured way for a perfect transaction., but be most assured that for your assistance and partnership you will get a good percentage of the fund, it is important to let you know that fifty percent of the rest will be invested over there under your management for a negotiable period of time and we will open a fruitful dialog very soon to that effect. I look forward to our working closely in practically seeing this transaction come to a perfect end. For effective communication, please kindly include in your reply, your complete Names, Address, Occupation, Age and most especially your contact number and I will contact you as soon as I get your reply. I look forward to hearing from you and my gratitude for your Patience. Respectfully yours, Timms David.
Sorry David Timms, or Timms David, but we already gave all our money to this girl