Strangest Advance Fee Fraud Ever

I just received this in my e-mail:

From: tonyfred williams <tonyfredw1 @yahoo.co.uk>
To: tonyfredw@yahoo.co.uk
Subject: Hello I need help Please.

Good Day:

I am Tony Fred Williams I am 14 years old I live in Manchester(UK) before my father died, now I live with my mother in Scotland. my father is from Manchester (UK) and my mother is from Scotland. my late father Mr. Fred Williams was a Contractor in Manchester(UK) before he died in a car accident last year July 25th 2005. he left £50Million (Fifty Million Pounds) in his account before he died. The £50Million is in (First Union National Bank UK) I have been trying to collect the money from (First Union National Bank UK) but the MD CEO told me to go and look for some body that is honest and old enough to help me collect the money.

I could have told my mother to assist me to collect the £50 Million but my mother and father were devourced before my father died and my father told me not to have anything to do with my mother I don’t even want her to know because what my father told me before he died was true, now that I stay with my mother in Scotland she don’t even have time for me all she do is to take hard drugs and to bring men to the house and she also hit me all the time.

I don’t want to have anything to do with her, I just want some body that is old enough and honest to help me collect the £50Million from the bank as I am too young to take care of £50Million. Please I need your help if you can assist me to collect the £50Million from the bank I will give you 40% and take 60%. I have all documentation on my name you can confirm from the bank. i am the Next of Kin to my late father Mr. Fred Williams. The MD CEO (First Union National Bank UK) told me to look for some body that is honest and old enough so that he can send the £50Million to the person’s account immediately.

If you can help me i will contact the MD CEO (First Union National Bank UK) and tell him that i have found a honest person who want to help me collect the £50Million. so when you contact him he will know it is me that sent you to contact him.

I will give you is contact so that you can contact him to enable him send the £50Million to your provided account immediately Please help me. I will be waiting for your urgent reply so i can give you the contact of the bank and send you the last statement of account of my late father and i will also send you my picture and my birth certificate. Please Help me reply back on my private email: tonyfredw@mail.md so i can send you all information you need.

Best Regards

Tony Fred Williams.

5 Responses to “Strangest Advance Fee Fraud Ever”

  1. Ling Says:

    Fuck off you spam cunt

  2. pritch Says:

    If the amount of money claimed wasn’t such utter bullshit I would at least give partial credit.

  3. Danarchy Says:

    Good Day,

    I am Dan Woodward I am 22 years old and live in Silverdale (USA) before my father ran off now I live with my mother in Silverdale (USA). Help me, I’m stuck in a dead end job (Red Lobster) and I cannot get out. I have $750 in (Kitsap Credit Union) and I can’t use it because otherwise I’d be broke. If you send me $2,000 and don’t contact the head of the (Kitsap Credit Untion) (Silverdale) (USA) (parentheses), I will give you 0% back. I have documentation to confirm It’s legal for me to work in the United States of America (USA), but you can’t see it.

    Thanks for the free money,
    Dan

  4. Vincent O Moh Says:

    Actually, Danarchy, scammers like to send fake documents to “confirm” legality. Yep… fake documents.

  5. Davy2002A Says:

    Ah yes, the good old “419″ scam :P I almost got nailed by one of those the day I received one, luckily I approached with extreme caution…

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