UK National Lottery, congratulate you are a success Winner of £1,000,000.00 to claim your prize contact Barr terry Woodgate, E-mail: Barr terry Woodgate
June 15, 2009
Dear Barr terry Woodgate,
I received 2 emails from Leo stocker. In our correspondences to and fro, I’m calling him lowercase Leo. I hope that is acceptable.
Both notes were grammatically incorrect. there were commas out of place. They seemed a bit…Nigerian. Is that possible?
The first note offered what I assume is “congratulations”, that I am a winner (with a capital W). I wasn’t named by name, and you really ne’er told me how I became thus lucky. Then he refers to you, but solely your name, Barr, is capitalized. This seems odd to me. Why do you not capitalize all of your names? is this some sort of insult?
Regardless, it couldn’t come at a more opportune time. I bet a colleague £250,000.00 that I may lose 50 pounds in fifty days. On day 49, I found myself at 49 pounds. I donated my kidneys to the black market–I figured kidneys would “put me over” the top.
I may win the bet and buy them back for £500,000.00, keeping the rest. Well, kidneys do not weigh that a lot of. when doing this, I was a 0.5 pound below my target. thus currently I am out £250,000.00 and 2 kidneys. talk about a rough day.
As I sort this from my hospital bed, I can’t help but think about the second note. minuscular Leo gently steered that you is also an alcoholic and a womanizer who does not wash his hands within the public lavatory.
He plans on nooky you out of you are a part of the business and sending you to jail for misappropriation. he is sleeping with Mrs. Woodgate. His sentence structure is very unorthodox–I might have misunderstood.
My information is below. I do not have a bank account–I use my neighbor’s pad. He doesn’t even know! I am assumptive you would like my checking account range or some sort of processing fee. which one? Like kidneys, I actually have neither.