I just have to send my banking details.

Hey, this is from Japan. We trust these guys, right? I can do this, don’t you think?

Greeting from Japan.

Having tried your phone and fax number as found in my country’s
chamber/business directory but failed.

I am contacting you regarding a proposal to assist me receive funds. However, please be aware that this has nothing to do with scam as the English man will call it neither is it money loundering or any illegal act. The funds in question are from a very legal source.

I will send more details when you reply to me at hirojio666@yahoo.co.jp which is my most secured emaill.

Please do respect the content of this mail and treat with regards as it was meant for you alone, hence I look forward to your urgent response and our partnership.

Sincerely,

Mr. Hiroko Jiro

Comments

  1. #1 oldcola
    December 5, 2007

    Please, could you ask him to contact me too?
    A guy with a “666” in his mail address couldn’t be really bad.

  2. #2 Greg Laden
    December 5, 2007

    Well, to be honest, that is not the email address that came to me. I changed in in case someone thought it was real.

  3. #3 rpenner
    December 5, 2007

    Why are the friggin’ English always trying to keep the poor Americans from making good? Stop the hatin’ ya limey bastiches! Lets untie with our Japanese brothers and stack paper to the ceiling!

  4. #4 the real Hiro Shima
    December 6, 2007

    That Japanese guy speaks really really good Nigerian! But if you ever find the time to answer this fellow ( iknow generally you advise against it;-)
    I like to have fun with them…here is a great little exchabge between 419 scammer, and playful internet victim….
    http://www.geocities.com/steerp1ke/David_Ehi.html
    But be careful: you don’t want the axe to fall on you!!
    Praise be to Cthulhu!

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