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Email Scams Ahoy!
cap, captain miss america
I got the following scam letter this morning:

From Mr. Charles Hart.
Remmotance Director
Citi Trust Bank, UK
Private E-mail: cititrustbankuk22@freeukisp.co.uk

Re-Your over due inheritance fund GBP4, 600,000.00.

This is to notify you that your over due inheritance / contract funds value
GBP4,600,000.00 has been gazette to be released, Online Bank Transfer by the
International Monetary Fund / World Bank London branch. Meanwhile, a woman came to
our office few days ago with a letter from British high court, claiming to be your
true representative. Here are her information's for you to reconfirm to this office
if this woman is truly from you or not so that we will not be held responsible for
paying into the wrong account name:

Name: Lisa Huston,
Bank Name: bank of America,
Bank Address: USA,
Account number: 6503809428.

If Ms. Lisa Huston is not from you we will like you to reconfirm your information's
for verifications purposes so that your fund valid GBP4,600,000.00 will be remitted
into your nominated bank account information:

Your Name:
Your Full Address:
Your Telephone: Fax:
Your Occupation:,
Copy of Your Working ID Card or International Passport For Identification.

As soon as we receive your confirmation, we will commence with all necessary
procedures in other to pay you this fund (Ј4,600,000.00). The International Monetary
Fund / World Bank London have approved and accredited this reputable Firm (CITI
TRUST BANK UK) with the office of the director, international remittance/foreign
operations, to handle and transfer all foreign inheritance/contract funds this
quarter payment of the year 2008.

However, we shall proceed to issue all payments details to the said Mrs. Lisa
Huston, if we do not hear from you within the next seven working days from today.
Best regards,

MR. Charles Hart.

Should I write back and tell them that yes, Lisa Huston IS my representative and to please defer to her instructions on the matter?

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I had no idea that the British had such terrible grammar. ;)

Also, yes, you should write back and ask them to defer to her instructions.

Lisa Huston has never let me down before.

And use the same style of grammar that they do!

I think that would actually be too challenging.

Oh that? That's the Queen's English. Little known fact.

Meanwhile, "information's" XD lawl

At least you have all her information's.

I totally vote that you do that. Love it.


You can have a ton of fun with these people, though. I did some correspondance with one a while back.

Check this site out:


Be sure to look at the letters archive!

I like how they offer you GBP at the top of the letter and J's at the bottom. But the same amount. Take the yen! the YEN

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