Friday, 27 August 2010

Compliments of the day from Mr Paduwa Tampy

Mr Tampy is a banking official in Burkina Faso (West Africa). He needs a foreign account, in order to transfer USD25mm, which has lain unclaimed in Mr Tampy's bank for thirteen years, since the owner of said funds died with his next of kin, conveniently enough.

Naturally, I was delighted to hear from Mr Tampy, this morning, and look forward to joining him in this successful business venture! Makes a fucking change from getting emails from "Olumuyiwa Obasanjo of BP, Nigeria," anyway!


Ana said...

Ironic. Burkina Faso the poorest country in the world.
Nigeria's population in relation to it's area is tiny.
I didn't answer you yet. My internet connexion went crazy yesterday.

Radagast said...

Ana: These "phishing" emails supposedly come from all over the world, but originally Nigeria, I think, in the days before email and spam. They're a bit of fun, initially, but when one has tired of the imaginative storylines (after the first one or two), they're just a pain the arse.