I just got an email. It wasn't stopped by my spam filter, so it must
not be spam.
> I am MacK William UN, a senior officer at John F. Willians
> International Airport (JFK) New York.
I never knew that that's who JFK airport was named for. But
it makes perfect sense. If K can stand for potassium, it can
certainly stand for Willians. And we all remember the tragic
assasination of John F. Willians by Lee Harvey Armold.
> I have contacted you regarding an abandoned diplomatic ATM Card.
> The x-ray scan report of the ATM Card revealed some US dollar bill
> in it which could be approximately 5Million dollars and the official
> paper of the ATM MASTER CARD indicates your contact details.
I never knew that dollar bills were actually hidden inside ATM cards.
I foolishly thought that they came out of the machine I insert them
into. I guess I'll skip my next trip to the ATM, and just get the
money out of the card with tweezers and a magnifying glass without
ever leaving my room.
The largest bill I've seen is $100. I've heard of larger ones, but
never seen them. I wonder whose picture is on the 5 million dollar
bill. Maybe Sanford Wallace's? It's especially clever of the
government to make bills readable by x-ray.
> For your information, the ATM Master Card was abandoned by the
> diplomat agent who was on transit to your city because he was not
> able to pay the (JFK) clearance fee
Yes, that happens to me all the time. I keep forgetting to pay the
fee to transport my ATM card, so I have to just toss it on the floor
at the airport for a UN official to pick up. Also, the airlines keep
refusing to "transit" me to "my city." They keep insisting that I say
which city. I told them: *My* city.
> you will and sum of $100 USD to the FedEx Delivery Department being
> have to pay a payment for the Insurance Fee of the FedEx Company.
I'm trying to figure out what language this is in. The words look
like English, but the syntax, not so much.
> Yours Sincerely.
> MACK WILLIANM
I've never seen William spelled with an N before. Especially not when
it was spelled without the N earlier in the same message. Maybe his
(her?) name is actually Willia, and she's from New Mexico.
Of course all UN officials use Gmail for their official business, and
also have UN as their last name.
Keith F. Lynch - http://keithlynch.net/
Please see http://keithlynch.net/email.html
before emailing me.