My reader should be basking on a beach in the Bahamas by now, she’s been awarded that much compensation. May be she is. Perhaps she forwarded this to me from her diamon encrusted computer, sipping an exotic cocktail and being waited on hand and foot by a gorgeous, tanned, muscular hunk. Not that I’d be at all jealous you understand.
The “British High Commission” are, apparently, concerned because she has fallen victim to scammers. The scammer has the solution though. “be advised that you should stop further contacts with all the fake lawyers and security companies,scammers Bank who in collaboration scammed you. Call me”
Yes, that’s right. Stop dealing with other scammers and deal with this one instead! Do I detect a scamming competition. You’re MY victim. No, s/he’s mine. No, I saw him/her first. No you didn’t. Yes I did………….
I hope, by now, you’ve realised this is a scam. Mr Gozney doesn’t want to send you money, he wants to take it from you in the form of advance fees. If you don’t believe me, read some of the comments that victims and potential victims have left on this blog.
Just delete this email and don’t reply.
Your name was among those that scammed as listed by theWest Africa Financial Intelligent Unit (WAFIU). A recompensation has been issued out in Certified Bank Drafts to all the affected victims and has been already in distribution to all the bearers. Your draft was among those that was reported undelivered as at on Friday and we wish to advise you to see to the instructions ofthe Commitee to make sure you receives your draft immediately for your depositing into your account.
We advise that you do the needful to make sure the WAFIU dispatches your recompense on before friday. You are assured of the safety of your draft and availability and be advised that you should stop further contacts with all the fake lawyers and security companies,scammers Bank who in collaboration scammed you. Call me at: +229 98716228 immediately for more details.
Mr. Richard Gozney