Ffortiwn!

Geshi neges ddiddorol gan y bonwr Usman Adama, sydd mae'n debyg yn reolwr banc yn Ouagadougou Burkina Faso. Mae'n gofyn am fy help i gael $11.5m allan o'r wlad. A pwy ydw i i droi neb i ffwrdd? Dyma beth oedd ganddo i ddeud:
How are you and your family i hope fine? Do accept my sincere apologies if my mail does not meet your personal ethics. By introduction, I am, a branch manager in one of the most reputable financial institutions here in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso. I would love to build up a solid foundation with you in time coming if you can be able to help me in this business proposal. Listen, a Generous customer of this bank died earlier two months ago, left his only son. He was a king, held the titled over sixteen years before his death. He left sum of 11.5 M (Eleven Million , Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars) in our Bank, Bank Of Africa Ouagadougou Burkina Faso, This money was annually paid into his Bank account from Shell petroleum development company(SPDC)and chevron oil company operating in their locality for the compensation of youth and community development in our jurisdiction.

Since after his death the kindred were seeking by all means/ways to take over the money which King made his son next of kin/beneficial of the money, yes it was upon my notice for their kindred effort, I decided to help the child and secure this money abroad, for investment, so that his father's kindred will not take over his belongs, which they were planning to do without any consent of the boy because in their culture in the town stated that any “King dead without male issue above 24 year his king title will be taking away to another family including some of heritages properties from Government”. For this fact, I urgently need your humble assistance to move this money from this bank to your bank account since they did not know any thing about the money.

On your willing for assist in this project sincerely, kindly reach me. For more clarification Please, Be rest assured that this transaction is free from illegal cases, 100% free risk, free from drug and noting like money laundry and no fraud cases involving. For the indication that inspires confidence, a guarantee, assurances and pledge in this business i will Link you up for our bank contact and you will see the truth by yourself, I hope to commence the transaction as quick as possible, and for personal recognition we shall arrange it confidential.


Yours sincerely.

USMAN ADAMA.
Felly anfonais ymateb yn syth:
My dear Mr Adama,

Thank you kindly for your message. Although unexpected, it does meet my personal ethics and I fully sympathise with your predicament. My family are indeed fine: the incident reported in the Llanbidinodyn Times (which you may have heard about) was blown out of all proportion - I was merely helping the young man with an awkward trouser zipper, in the local park.

I too, Meistriolus Gwilarblydiffordd, would dearly love to establish a working relationship with your goodself. As it happens my finances is flacid, and in dire need of stimulation, and this opportunity strikes me as the perfect to inflate it to its full glory. Personal contact by a fine African gentleman such as yourself is something that I often think about, when alone.

I am most fasinated by the story of the now deceased king and his young son. I hope that his evil kindred will not lay their dirty hands on his fortune. As I told my wife, Idwal, I wouldn't like for anyone but my trusted and muscular young accountant to rub their hands on my family jewels!

Please, tell me the story of the dead king. Was he a wise and generous ruler - or did he have all his enemies tortured and killed? I myself would approve of the latter, as I have two wives dead and buried because they would not partake in my gimp-suited man-on-man bedroom activities.

But! I digress. I would dearly love to hear of how I could help you and your prince. Please send me all details as soon as possible. And perhaps a picture of the young man? I always like to see the face of a young African man before I come, and join your scheme.

Alas my time is short, therefore I will finish here as I am spent. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Until then,

I remain,

your humble manservant,



Meistriolus Gwilarblydiffordd
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  • Blogger Rhys Wynne, 11:29 am  

    Campwaith llenyddol, dwi am dorri a gludo'r ymateb hwn a'i anfon at y holl fobl clên sy'n cynnig ffortiwn i minnau hefyd.

  • Blogger Nic Dafis, 3:52 pm  

    I always like to see the face of a young African man before I come, and join your scheme.

    Atalnodi athrylgar. ;-)

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