"Barrister George Lucky" writes to us from a free gmail account, and says he is the "Director of the Federal Ministry of Finance." Whose ministry of finance? Oh, he says he's been "instructed" by "President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria" about something, so it's safe to say he's talking about Nigeria's finance ministry.
Barristers are lawyers, basically, and "Barrister Lucky" wants to find out before the end of this "financial physical quarter" why our "inheritance claim" or "contract sum" has not been paid out yet. All of us know what he means by "physical," but don't help him. Just let "Scammer Lucky" figure it out for himself LOL.
Does he want us to reply back to his free gmail account? No, he doesn't. He wants us to reply back to his free Hong Kong Yahoo account ROFL. I love these scammers sometimes, they can make me laugh pretty hard. The 419 scams can be very dangerous, but also very humorous, too. For more 419 scam samples, Click Here. Please see this link for an ABC Documentary about 419, and follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you.
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