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Should I Grab My Passport……?

September 22, 2009

This is why we should never venture into the junk email folder on rainy days.

My name is Sgt.Dave Cole, I am an American soldier with Swiss background, serving in the military with the army’s 3rd infantry division. With a very desperate need for assistance, I have summoned up courage to contact you. I found your contact particulars in an address journal. I am seeking your kind assistance to move the sum of ( $ 25 million u.s. dollars ) Twenty Five million united states dollars to you, as far as I can be assured that my share will be safe in your care until I complete my service here, this is no stolen money, and there are no danger involved.
Source of money: Some money in various currencies was discovered in barrels at a farmhouse near one of Saddam\’s old palaces in Tikrit-Iraq during a rescue operation, and it was agreed by staff Sgt Kenneth buff and I that some part of this money be shared among both of us before informing anybody about it since both of us saw the money first. This was quite an illegal thing to do, but I tell you what? No compensation can make up for the risk we have taken with our lives in this hell hole. Of which my brother in-law was killed by a road side bomb last week.

The above figure was given to me as my share, and to conceal this kind of money became a problem for me, so with the help of a British contact working here and his office enjoy some immunity, I was able to get the package out to a safe location entirely out of trouble spot. He does not know the real contents of the package, and believes that it belongs to a brithish/american medical doctor who died in a raid here in Iraq, and before giving up, trusted me to hand over the package to his family in united states.
 I have now found a much secured way of getting the package out of Iraq to your country for you to pick up, and I will discuss this with you when I am sure that you are willing to assist me.
I want you to tell me how much you will take from this money for the assistance you will give to me.
One passionate appeal I will make to you is not to discuss this matter with anybody,
  (crap, here I have posted it on a blog) should you have reasons to reject this offer, please and please destroy this message as any leakage of this information will be too bad for us soldier’s here in Iraq.
I do not know how long we will remain here, and i have been shot, wounded and survived two suicide bomb attacks by the special grace of God, this and other reasons i will mention later has prompted me to reach out for help, i honestly want this matter to be resolved immediately, please contact me as soon as possible my only way of communication is email.Indicate your interest in assisting me as well as Providing the following information to facilitate the smooth conclusion of the Transaction.
1)  Your Full Name: ———————————-
2} Your address:———————————————
3) Your Telephone Number: —————————
4} Your Fax Number:—————————————-
5) Your Mobile Number: ——————————
6) The closest airport to your city of Residence ———————
7) Your id card or passport copy.
I look forward hearing from you immediately as am still in iraq for peace keeping mission.
God bless you and family.
Sgt.Dave Cole.

One Comment
  1. texastrailerparktrash permalink
    September 22, 2009 9:17 PM

    Hmm…If “Sgt. Dave Cole” really was an American, he wouldn’t use the term “mobile number” for cell phone number, among other laughable discrepancies in this email. I’ve gotten similar emails purportedly from Nigerians and Bahamians, but this is a new twist. I wonder if anyone has actually fallen for these ruses. Is a there really a sucker born every minute? 🙂

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