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Subject: Your Unpaid Fundss
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 17:32:49 -0000
From: Miss Marian George<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Una.net is a holding page full of advertising links. Why am I unsurprised?
I am Miss Marian George .
A computer scientist with Bank Of Africa.
I am 26 years old, just started work with bank of Africa. I came across your file which was marked X and your released d disk painted RED, I took time to study it and found out that you have paid VIRTUALLY all fees and certificate but the fund has not been release to you.
Lovely that you’re 26 years old. Happy Birthday! Did you get good presents?
I’m not sure of the rest. What’s a d-disk that’s painted RED (shouty paint, clearly). Can you pay a certificate? I thought you earned them. I’ve got one here somewhere for a course I did a couple of years ago. Well, perhaps you pay the educational institution, then if you also pass your subjects, you get a certificate.
Is that what you mean Marian?
The most annoying thing is that they cannot tell you the truth that on no account will they ever release the fund to you.
Well that is annoying. You’ve not mentioned how much is in the account by the way. It’s pointless even going forward if there’s not One Million Dollars in non-consecutive untraceable currency, handed to me in a brown paper bag. On a streetcorner on the 11th of July at 1.25am. Come alone or the Hamster gets it.
Please this is like a Mafia setting in Nigeria; you may not understand it because you are not a Nigerian.
No, I’m definitely not Nigerian. Are you saying that there will soon be Italian Nigerians? Because the Mafia is usually an Italian business-proposition, an entreprenurial undertaking if you will.
The only thing I will need to release this fund is a special HARD DISK we call it HD120 GIG. I will buy two of it, recopy your information, destroy the previous one, and punch the computer to reflect in your bank within 24 banking hours. I will clean up the tracer and destroy your file, after which I will run away from Nigeria to meet with you.
I call that unbelievably small. Also you’d be hard-pressed to find a 120GB hard drive these days. Perhaps 10 years ago, but the smallest you’ll find anywhere is 500GB, and that’ll be a laptop drive. The usual is 1 terabyte, but 2 and 4 terabyte drives are not out of the question. However, if you’re talking about solid-state memory, you might be able to find a 120GB drive, but these will be manifestly more expensive.
If you are interested. Do get in touch with me immediately, You should send to me your convenient tell/fax numbers for easy communications and also re confirm your banking details, so that there won’t be any mistake.
Just to recap: you’re going to transfer a d-disk with an ‘X’ on it that’s also pained in a very loud red to me as a copied, potentially solid-state hard drive because…? That’s what’s lacking here. Why?
Presently i am in a short assigment with bank of dubai here and can release your fund from here asap.call me
for telephone conversation.+234-8115354496
That’s a stupendously odd phone number. Apparently it’s for the Cocos Islands, according to Countrycode.org. Thought you said you were in Dubai (country-code 971 for your information).
Miss Marian George