These are way too funny. These guys actually want you to believe in their initial scam-mail that someone from overseas is looking for you, just for the singular and sole purpose of giving you millions of dollars for absolutely nothing. They say they've flown to New York, which is a lie. I'm guessing they'd say they booked airline tickets at their own expense. However, if they have two nickels to rub together, they were both stolen LOL. Everything they say in these is a lie. They say nothing about where the nonexistent money supposedly came from. It's all just "we're looking for you so we can hand $10 million over to you at your doorstep." They're hoping, of course, that we live somewhere near New York City, but they really have no idea. It's true that a lot of people live in New York, but they make stabs in the dark with these. I can't figure these scam-mails out. It's like they're teenagers or something, and they're still trying to figure the "scam" game out on their end ROFLMFAO. Click Here for more delivery scams.
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