Yeah, it’s been a while since I’ve done a spam of the day post – but I coudn’t resist this one.  We got this lil’ gem in our ticket queue this afternoon:


Dear good friend,

How are you today? Contact FEDEX COURIER COMPANY as soon as possible to know when they will deliver your fund to you because i have finalized all arrangement for delivering of the $1.2 million united state dollars in cash with FEDEX COURIER COMPANY.

The only money you have to send to them to deliver the trunk box containing the fund direct to your home is ( $128 USD) only being Security Keeping Fee so far because i have paid for other fees, I would have paid that but because they don’t know when you will contact them and in case of demorrage.

Contact them now for the delivery of your trunk box with the following information;
Contact person: Mr Joseph Ugho

Also provide your Full Name, Postal Address, Direct telephone number and a Copy of your identity for proper identifications to avoid any mistake on the Delivery and ask them to give you the Deposit certificate for your prove of the deposit as i have paid for it. Try to contact them as soon as you receive this email to avoid any further delay and pay them their Security Keeping fee of ($128 USD) for their immediate action.

Note this. The FEDEX COURIER COMPANY don’t know the contents of the Box. I registered it as a BOX of Africa cloths. They don’t know the real content is money. this is to avoid them delaying with the box. Don’t let them know it contains money ok?.

Best regards,
Mr John Monti

I’m not sure which I love more, the buddy-buddy secrecy of “Shhh! Don’t tell them it’s money!” of the last sentence, or the fact that what FedEx obviously will assume contains “Africa Cloths” is being continually referred to as a TRUNK BOX.  gimme my africa cloths, yo.    🙂
A copy of my identity?  I gotta have a clone to get my money?  SCAMMER.  actually, can i have a clone? that would SO come in handy. /snerk