Check out this Sapm message i just got through myLot Mail - what do you think?
September 17, 2006 6:26am CST
Sent: 10 minutes ago From: mabele (This person is a myLot User) Subject: God Bless You To: jitendar2003 My Dear, I am Mrs. Sese Seko Mobutu, the wife of Late Sese Seko Mobutu, the Former President of democratic Republic of Congo. Laurent Kabila dethroned my Husband, which force him to take refuge in Nigeria with his entire family until his death. After much deliberation with My Son(Alfonso Mobutu) and our Family Lawyer concerning my Late Husband fund which is saved in a security company in London, He further advice us to look for a foreign partner who will be willing to help us claim the fund. We decided to contact you after looking through your profile. Please for further information do reply me through my Son private email box email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org . Since Alfonso Mobutu is the first Son of my Late Husband he will be dealing with you in regard to this transaction. Please Reply through his email Box so that he can be able a to furnish all the details information in confidential. Thanks waiting to read from you through my Son private email address. Stay Blessed. Mrs. Sese Seko Mobutu. (For The family). ------------- The kind of stuff people are willing to do for Money... geez. If they'd REALLY have looked through my profile, they'd have known that i'm 17... it's illegal for me to have a bank account in my country. I just got one word for yaguys - SPAMMERS!!! This mail was sent to me through myLot mailing system. HA HA HA HA - who's the sucker now b****es!!!
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• United States
19 Sep 06
I get this type of mail all the time. Not only this but a lot of mail saying that I won millions of dollars. But the catch is that all my winnings are in suspense accounts or in some other accounts and I have to send money to them to process my winning. I really dont understand what they gain by this type of things. They are wasting their time and most definitely our time.
• United States
18 Sep 06
This is just one more version of the Nigerian scam sent out to millions of email addresses in the hope of finding just a few more suckers. The victims of these scams would have to be thinking they can get something for nothing, and are prepared to break all kinds of laws to do it. Read about it on the web. There have been reports of victims actually flying to Nigeria with money and dissappearing...