Whats the Bloody Point?
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If you are a moral an upright person then nothing can go wrong.

From: smith.bidet
To: xtosamba_ci
Date: Thursday, September 18, 2003 at 21:18
Subject: Your Email

Maureen you are still using the wrong secret phrase. That is the one before last.
I'll put the new secret phrase at the bottom of this email again so that you do not
get it wrong next time.

I am concerned now as to what the delay is. I thought you were arranging to send the
$50 so that I can show my bank that you are genuine.

I have had a single phone message from the President but his English was very bad and
I would find it hard to have a decent conversation with him. Plus it is not me he has
to convince it is Rob Slicker, my friend and my Bank Manager.

I asked Rob if he wants to ring the President for me and he said that nothing would
be gained from a conversation and the only way he would be convinced that I am not a
victim of an advance fee fraud is if money is sent in this direction first. He says
that no fraudster would dare do that and so it is a guaranteed sign of your
commitment. So come on Maureen let's show him he is wrong.

Maureen don't worry I will add $100 or more to the money when I send it over so as
not to cause you to be out of pocket. Remember Maureen I am asking you for a proof of
your good faith. It is just a small token but an important gesture to me. If you are
a moral an upright person then nothing can go wrong. Remember I trust you and I want
this matter completed for your sake as soon as possible. I can imagine that you must
be under a lot of pressure at the moment and I want to relieve that pressure as soon
as possible.

Rob can transfer the $4,600 as soon as I give him the go ahead.

Your Uncle Stink

The next secret phrase is:
I've seen so many things
I ain't never seen before
Don't know what it is
I don't wanna see no more

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