Stupid Is...As Scammers Are
But he ain't the point of this 'un. He's just an example of stupid.
No, Esther Kwambe is the focus of this one.
Esther has sent me the same email on three addresses. One I am playing. Two I have edited. She's still responding to the 'play' on that address, but refuses to communicate with me after the edits on the other two.
UNTIL...I included her as a recipient in yet another edit.
Witness the following email from 'Deborah', once my editing mode took over:
Sent: Saturday, June 15, 2013 5:33 PMSubject: HELLO
Yes, I like that word. Hello. It is easy to write. Easy to remember. Don't know what the f**k it means, but I like that word.
I was diagnoses cancer for about 22 months, which means for the rest of my pathetic life I wasn't diagnoses cancer. My doctor informed me that I'm in Phase XXIX, that is to say that I haven't caught up to the Super Bowl yet.
During the progression of my love of hello -- which I really don't know what the f**k it means, really -- I sold all my late husband's appendages (arms, legs, fingers, toes, winkee, jewels) in LONDON where I lives for over 23 years without once having the sense to get a good spells checker. Or spells chess.
The reason for my message is that I lost my only pet shrunken head, Gus, in a plane crash a few years back, so I now make arrangements for my extensive toe lint collection (from the toes of deceased people a friend of mine at the morgue collects for me), and it's worth exactly...spit.
I am well aware of what I propose and I ask for nothing; one of my surrogates will get around to asking for something later. Just tell them to shove a sand crab up their ass.
Being assured of being in front of a responsible kidneys and liver, is what makes part of the system do whatever it is that it's supposed to do thanks to kidneys and liver. Right? Hello...still love that word even if I don't know what the f**k it means.
please contact me as soon as possible to enable me find out what Hello means, please.
Ms.Deborah HENDRICKSmrsdeborahhen@yahoo.co.uk <firstname.lastname@example.org>;