I am such a lucky duck

Wow!  I can’t believe my good fortune.  I opened my email the other day and found this in there.  I must be the luckiest girl in the world because a complete stranger in Nigeria wants to pay me money.  Sweet!

Our Ref: CBN/IRD/CBX/021/04
We have this 30th of April 2008, received a payment credit instruction from the federal Government of Nigeria to credit your account with your full contract funds from the Nigerian reserve account with our Bank.
This is to notify you that your funds have been programmed for immediate release into your nominated bank account but we can not transfer this fund direct to your nominated bank account,because we are having a little problem with International Monetary Fund (IMF) so our method of payment is by Diplomatic Courier Service.
Be informed that every arrangement regarding your cash payment through diplomatic services has been made, note that your funds have been packaged like a consignment.Note that the Diplomatic Agency has to move down to your Country in order to deliver the Consignment to your door step.
You have to help the diplomats to get (yellow Tag Paper) so that the customs and immigration will not stop them in Airport, for security reason you are advice to follow the rules and regulation of the diplomats for easy collection of the consignment, you have to welcome the diplomatic agent, to enable them deliver the Consignment to you immediately, be informed that as soon as the diplomats obtain the above name certificate they will deliver the Consignment to your door step.
This consignment have been registered with FBI and there is no course for alarm because this is the best way that you can get your fund without any problem due to the numerous scam activities on the internet, it is not safe to send one bank information anymore, so thatis why we choose this method to effect your contract payment through a consignment and you are advice to provide all information so that there will not be any further delay in your payment. We are sorry for the delays in your contract payment please bear with us.
However, you are to reconfirm to us the following information so that the consignment does not go to the wrong person.
Your Full Name_______________________
Complete Address:_________________
Cell Phone_______________________
AGE :____________________________
Occupation: ______________________
Your Nearest Airport:__________
Note that as soon as the diplomatic arrive to your country they will give you a call immediately to enable you help them to get (yellow tag paper). Also all documents will be released to you to protect you from any branch of the law.
Note thatthis payment will commence immediately i receive your informationimmediately This is to remind you that they has a transit to London and finally to arrive at your Country as the last destination on their diplomatic travel route this Week.
Yours in service,
Professor Charles Soludo
Executive Governor Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
Do you think I should email Professor Charles Soludo my bank account information asap?  I better hurry before he picks some other random email person to give money.  It’s so my lucky day 😀


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7 Responses to I am such a lucky duck

  1. Darla says:

    Gosh hope you do it. Let me know how it goes. 😉

  2. Johnny says:

    Don’t be a stupid fool or an idiot and believe a word these Nigerians say. Everyone of them are nothing but liars and scammers, and anything u see from the Central Bank of Nigeria is nothing but a fraud and a scam. I’ve gotten hundreds of emails like this, and all they want is your bank account information, and for u to send them some money before they can proceed, and they will get around to asking you for it. So just be patient and hang on. Those Nigerians are nothing but con-artists, and u can go to the Nigerian Scam Website, and it will tell u all about them.

  3. Johnny says:

    Go to the U.S. Department of State, or The U.S. State Department, and it will tell u all about those Nigerians, and all the different scams they come up with. Read about Nigeria, and find out that it is the most corrupt country in the world, except for Bangladesh, and its worst than Sodom and Gomorah. I’ve been dealing with them for the past 4 years now, and i deal with them on a day to day basis, and i’ve found out about all of their schemes and scams, and the way they go about doing them. and i’ve found out that most of them has already got money on top of money from greedy americans and canadians, and most of them will eventually tell u how stupid we americans are. I had one to tell me the other day that he lives high on the hill, and that we americans have made him rich, after he had been posing as a woman and talking to me for almost 6 months. After he saw he wasn’t going to get any money out of me, he finally admitted that he was a man, and he told me how well he lives, and how we have already made him rich. He talked about how they sit around and laugh at us americans while they drive their mercedes benz’s and their Jaguars, and bmw’s around on the money they’ve gotten from us americans. Dont fall for anything they say, it is nothing but lies, and a bunch of game. Use your common sense, and know that u have no deceased relatives, and neither do they have any deceased relatives who have left large sums of money into an account, and somehow your name was randomly picked. I am a black man myself, and i have already seen how they have tried to get me to send them money. All i try to do is waste their time, by talking like i am interested and sometimes it goes along for months, and i’ve even spent years talking to some of them, until they finally realize that i am not going to send them any money, then they will get frustrated, and tell the truth. I feel like that is the best way to deal with them, because talking to them and pretending to be going along with them, will only delay them from trying to scam somebody else, and by the time they realize they don’t have u where they want u, they will become angry and frustrated, because they realize they have only wasted their time talking to u for so long. And i love making them frustrated. Show them just how stupid they are, and maybe they won’t waste too much of their time on their next victim. But try and prolong them and delay them as long as possible, by pretending to go along with them, until they finally leave u alone. And don’t give them any of your personal information, but try and get as much of their’s as possible.

  4. Chris says:

    Hi Johnny
    Thanks so much for your concern. I was trying to show how moronic these were as well. I’ve been getting them more and more lately and I can’t believe that people truly believe them. I got one about a week ago that was my favorite. It said that they ‘chose’ me because their deceased clients last name was the same as mine. But no where did it say my last name or the deceased clients. So they had no way of knowing it. It was just a hook.

    I liked this scam because it stated that the courier had to move here. That was a new one for me and an interesting thought. Like, that should be a quick transaction if they have to move here first AND THEN I get my money.

    I don’t think the people that fall for these scams are stupid. I think sometimes, they are desperate and looking for anyway to ‘win’ some money. They’ve probably been on hard times and/or are elderly and unaware of these types of scams. It probably has less to do with greed on the victims behalf than gullibility and a hope for something better.

    Knowledge is power and the more we expose these types of emails, the better. Maybe some random person might be saved from being taken in. Or maybe Duh 😉 I’m glad to hear that you have been wasting their time though Johnny. That makes me smile since I’ve often thought of doing the same thing. Keep up the good work. I’ll have to post a clip (if I can find it) of my favorite radio station calling one of these scam artists and messing with him. It made me laugh. I’ll look for that.

  5. Duh says:

    Do it! Do it!

    And yes, the people that actually fall for this are stupid. STOOOOOOOPID. And usually they are old too. OOOOOOOOLD.

  6. Chris says:

    Geez Duh
    Could you hate old stupid people any more? They just wanna be loved, is that so wrong?

  7. R.G. says:

    Did you really just say that?

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