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Best Spam Ever – Part 3

Posted in open letters with tags , , , on April 11, 2009 by absurddelight

This is just amazing!

Here’s part 3 of the email chain between email spammers from the United Nations Money Laundering Association and Absurd Delight.

Part 1 has the ridiculous opening email salvo from the spammers, in part 2 our man, Jarod Bingham has been attacked by natives thus delaying the transaction, and also has received counter laundering offers from Nigeria. Now it just gets more absurd as the UN Launderers jealsously guard their turf from Nigerian competitors. Best parts in blue.

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From: InfoUsa MoneyLaundary <Infousmoneylaundary@mail2webmaster.com>
Subject: Re: Re: Dear Jarod L. Bingham, response from UN, team.
To:
Date: Friday, April 10, 2009, 7:03 PM

Dear Jarod L. Bingham,

We are sorry for what you went through during your travel to Peru. Your mail has been received along with copies of your passport and your contact phone number. Be rest assured that all your information including your private phone number are already kept in absolute confidentiality.

Concerning the Loan application Registration form, we shall definitely forward it to you by tomorrow 11th April. Therefore as soon as you receive the form, kindly follow the instruction and get back to us as soon as possible.

Finally We want to respond to your information on the loan offer that you said that you have received from Nigeria, there is no doubt that some unscrupulous Nigerian elements will try to contravene the law of the United Nations.

We want to inform you that during the time when this program was initially established, Nigeria was counted out because they opposed the motion and as a matter of fact, only two countries in West Africa was registered to represent the UN in West Africa for this loan offer.

Therefore if any one is contacting you from Nigeria with any kind of loan offer, such person is a fraud star and should be reported to the police for breaking the law of the United Nations. Continue reading

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