My Latest Scam-appeal : The Tear Jerker

Yossi Mpesi wrote:
Hello,

My name is Yossi Mpesi, I am young boy of 16yrs old.  I lost my parents in different occassions and my only sister to the war in Congo where my father owned a diamond/gold mine. I am lucky that I was able to flee to this place here in Cote d’Ivoire by good grace my life. I am sure you are aware of the on going event in my congo due to the ethnic clash being experienced of this crisis situation. I am presently staying in a residence lodging apartment here in Cote d’Ivoire.

I would like to appeal to you confidentialy to assist me concerning my late father’s Fund which he deposited in a financial firm, he has the sum of nine million, two hundred and ten thousand Euro(Ђ9.210,000). I want to move out from here because of the my wicked stepmother who plotted with the rebels that killed my father and will stop at nothing to hunt my life except if i flee since my father own a diamond/gold mine.

So please i want to know you better. I am willing to offer you 921,000euro for your assistance after the successful transfer of this money for investment; I have plans to do investment in your country, like real estate, industrial production or any other lucrative investment you bring to my notice in your country.

If you are willing to help me please indicate in your next mail and let me know so that I can mail to you. Let me have your private telephone number & address so that i can communicate with you at any time for more details.

Thanks,

Yossi

Wow. Bummer. How can I help? — Henry

If he replies, I’ll keep you posted.

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5 Responses to “My Latest Scam-appeal : The Tear Jerker”

  • Wow. That’s a good one.
    You know, I hear a new scam is for people to hack into people’s Facebook accounts, and message the person’s friends as that person. They say stuff like “I was mugged in London and have no money to get home… I need money wired.”
    Their English is better than these emails, so I’m led to believe that the assholes are English-speakers. Too bad. The Nigerians are a riot.

  • Thats a new low… when will people learn not to trust emails

  • That email is sad, but for a different reason than the one whoever wrote it was going for.

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  • Loncle Muftuee:

    Yes, greetings dear ones….. Yes much tear-jerky and deep joy to ye alls.

  • lucasleonardocabangca:

    Even the traditional belief people will always look forward on moving on to new trend. – Reputation Advocate

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