Yankee Scam

Arrivata fresca, fresca:


I am
Captain Smith Scott of the US Marine Force on Monitoring and Peace keeping mission in Baghdad-iraq. On the 26th day of October 2006, we were alerted on the sudden presence of some terrorists camping in a suburb not too far from Karbala here in Iraq. After immediate intervention, we captured three (3) of the Terrorists, twenty-six (26) were killed leaving seven (7) injured.

In the process of torture they confessed being rebels for late Ayman al-Zawahiri and took us to a cave in Karbala which served as their camp. Here we recovered several guns, bombs and other Ammunitions including some boxes among which two contains suspected nuclear weapons, one filled with hard drugs(cocaine) and the other four to my amazement contain some US Dollars amounting to $10.2M after I and two of my junior intelligent officers counted them. I however instructed them to keep this in high secrecy.

I am in keen need of a “Reliable and "Trustworthy” person like you who would receive, secure and protect these boxes containing the US Dollars for me up on till my assignment elapses here in Iraq. I assure and promise to give you 14% of this fund, however feel free to negotiate what you wish to have as your percentage in this business.

Please assure me of your keeping this top-most secret to protect my job with the US Monitoring and Peace Keeping mission. I will be waiting to hear from you as soon as possible to proceed. Do not reply to this email, reply me to: xxxxx@xxxxx.xxx for security reasons.

Sincere regards,
Captain Smith Scott.

4 commenti:

maus ha detto...

Ricordo con nostalgia la prima volta che me ne arrivo uno.

Giravano ancora via fax.

maus ha detto...

Ah, naturalmente era centrafricano, non made in usa.

Eugenio Mastroviti ha detto...

Ma é mitico! E le mandano in Nigeria?

Palmiro Pangloss ha detto...

Eh, il primo che ho visto - nigeriano - e' arrivato all'azienda dove ho iniziato a lavorare nel 1994. Per posta.