Oh My God! I’m rich! Today I received an email from Mr. Fabro Morgan of the First National Bank of South Africa telling me that I’m going to receive $10 million for doing absolutely nothing other than sending him some personal information so he can transfer the money to me. I feel terrible that a Mr. Schranner, his wife, their two kids and even their kids—all people that I’ve never heard of or met—all died in a horrific plan crash in some German city I’ve never heard of either—but, wow, $10 million!
This is awesome and terrific and how did I get so lucky as to get a personalized email to “Good Friend”? I mean, I didn’t even know Mr. Morgan before this morning’s email, but I’m sure he wouldn’t send this to anyone else because he called me his friend. He was also kind enough to assure me that the transaction was safe and secure and would remain confidential. Now, that’s really a comfort because in these days of Internet scams and cons, I know that secure transactions can really protect you from fraud. I’ve heard about these types of scams before, but this one has to be for real because there’s even an official-looking logo on the letterhead in the attached PDF.
This is so exciting!!! I wonder how much a new Porsche is these days? Or maybe a Ferrari?