More scam email fun!
This is my second mail to you since I did not hear from you the first time.
Mrs. Helena Chang, 58 from China is claiming that you authorised her to receive a fund that has been deposited on your name since 2010 with our bank here.
Please for record purposes; do confirm that you asked her to do so on your behalf.
We will not be held responsible for any wrong payment as a result of you not responding to our mails. Please reply through my private email id: email@example.com
Sorry I missed your earlier email. Our emailman has been on vacation and now I’m digging through hundreds of important emails just like yours that he delivered in one bunch! What a mess!
Hey, did you know you can enlarge your pen1s naturally without drugs? That’s what one of the emails tells me. Who knew? Science is an amazing thing.
Anyway, down to the business at hand. Yes, I authorized Helena Chang to contact you. She has my permission to receive funds deposited in my name.
You may or may not know it, but she does this for lots of people.
In fact we call her Helena Cha-ching because of all the money she collects in our names.
So please go ahead and give it to her. Maybe you can throw in a coffee mug or calendar too as a reward for her persistent efforts. It’s good for business.
You can put it on my tab.
Ben E. Ficiary
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Holy crap! I got a response. It reads, in full: