It’s like this scammer isn’t even trying. Dr. George is disappointed in me for setting up and missing an appointment. Fortunately he went to bat and convinced someone to pay some fees to save my $5.5 million ATM card. If I reply soon and repay the fees, the cash is mine! (I wonder why scammers like to mention that ATM cards were shipped via DHL. Does it make the scam seem more credible than, say, FedEx?)
No more credible than saying that my unknown benefactor is “a USA based in USA.” And who is Jeff Parker, aka “diplomatbobo”?
Needless to say, it’s a scam. Whether the email looks credible, or is as poorly written as this one, nobody is offering to send you an ATM card worth millions of dollars. Don’t reply to scams; just delete them.
BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION Metro Plaza, 275 Old Queen St, Westminster, London. United Kingdom Tel : +44 845 486 0403
Attention : Beneficiary,
I’m so disappointed at the fact that you could give this respectable office a schedule and then end up failing to meet up. Well, some other victims have paid the fee on your behalf alongside his own too so the two cards containing USD$5.500.000.00 was sent to him, he is a USA based in USA. I had no choice but to plead with him to pay on your behalf and then receive it for you because if i leave it here, the NFIU will order me to confiscate it since you have already exceeded the deadline announced by the NFIU.
Luckily for you, he accepted and paid it on your behalf so it was sent to him via DHL overnight express delivery together with his too. He confirmed that he got the cards today.
Yours in Service,
Dr. George Amber CONSULAR, BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION Tel : +44 845 486 0403
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