Heute empfing ich eine Mail mit folgendem Inhalt:

From: „Keith Listoe (Esq.)“ <jeerazo@miduvi.gob.ec>
To: „Recipients“ <jeerazo@miduvi.gob.ec>
Date: Wed, 27. Dezember 2017 08:21:45
Subject: Hello

This email is actually intended for you.I am Attorney Keith Listoe, a solicitor to a client who died due to a brief illness (Heart Attack)in 2007 and left a fixed deposit of 14.8 Million Pounds Sterling in a Bank here in the United Kingdom without leaving no next of Kin.Am writing you to seek your consent to present you as his next of kin.

What i am proposing is 100% risk free i guarantee and you stand to make a lot of money for yourself.This transaction bears no financial constraint on you,now or in the future.I have all documents to back my claim and have these funds transferred to you in less than 2 weeks and we can both split the proceeds.Kindly get back to me in receipt of this email.

Keith Listoe (Esq.)
Linconl’s Inn Chambers
Email: keithlistoe@lincolnlegalchambers.org
Address: 88 Kingsway Holborn,London United Kingdom WC2B 6AA

Ich habe mir überlegt: 14,8 Millionen Pfund, das ist interessant! Da melde ich mich doch gleich mal!
Normalerweise antworte ich ja nicht auf Spam, aber inspiriert durch einen TED Talk von James Veitch dachte ich mir: Mensch, was ein nettes Hobby!

Also antwortete ich wie folgt:

To: jeerazo@miduvi.gob.ec <jeerazo@miduvi.gob.ec>
From: Alex N. < — >
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2017 16:06:00
Subject: Re: Fwd: Hello

Hi Keith!

Didnt know about him, but of course I would like to have my present!
What do I have to do?


Lasset die Spiele beginnen 🙂