YOU CAN CALL ME AL

Naz is back! Heroine of many adventures such as DONALD MIKE REDUX, CASH ONLY, and more recently THINGS OF THE EARTH ARE CANAL.

...from raynaz, INK, for your perusal.

In January, Raymondo Nazziarini was involved with some Lad who gave him the boot after just a short time, apparently coming to the conclusion that this was not someone to be messed with... (ya think??)

Nearly 6 months later, another Lad decided to have a go at Raymondo, but got his son-in-law instead. You'll see that Dick is no slouch, either. This is a new bait, with some of the same cast of characters, including a new dead player, and the money has magically grown to gee-normous proportions, too ...whew...!

The Scammer(s)
GICHUN KANG, of the "British Global Lottery" (not)
BARRISTER AL SADIQ - Barrister Lad, prospective closer

The Baiter
RICHARD HEDD, nephew of the ailing RAYMONDO NAZZARIANI

GICHUN KANG

X-Originating-IP: 41.71.8.166
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2013
from: gichun.kang1@foxmail.com

Subject: Attention: RAYMONDO NAZZARIANI ... IS THIS EMAIL STILL VALID?

British Global Lottery
Bootle Merseyside,
P.O BOX 2086 Gir 0aa
UNITED KINGDOM
(Claims Disbursement Department)

ATTN: RAYMONDO NAZZARIANI,

In line with the just concluded meeting with the Board Of Trustee of the British Global Lottery and the Executives Member of the UK Debt Management Office, we have been mandated to go ahead with the funds release of your winning prize to you.

In furtherance in our meeting today with the British Global Lottery and the Executives Member of the UK Debt Management Office, we have been advised to contact you as regards the subject above. Moreover, your won prize include an ATM Card worth £1,000,000 ,Winning Certificate, Letter of Guaranteed and other documents backing your won prize, awaiting to be remitted to you.

Please kindly confirm the receipt of this email to enable us proceed further with modalities.

Your urgent email response will be highly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Gichun Kang.
Online Coordinator

This is your basic Lotto scam letter. But you knew that. You knew that, right?

RICHARD HEDD

...WHEE!!! Another Lad to play with! It's been a while...

Dear Gichun Kang:

Thank you for this mail, however, I regret to inform you that my father-in-law, Raymondo Nazzariani. is in a Hospice facility, and is not expected to be released. He will probably die there very soon, and my wife (his daughter) is constantly at his bedside.

As his only living relative, (his own wife died a few years ago and there are no other adult-children) she will inherit all his earthly goods, including this lottery prize. Since I am married to her, the prize is half mine, (community-property state--husband and wife own everything equally) so I will write for her until the time comes she can do business herself.

Raymondo gave me permission to use his e-mail account to transact this affair, so I will reply to you through it, until I can arrange an account of my own.

I hope this suggestion meets with your approval, and we can partner in trust and agreement.

Sincerely,
Richard Hedd

GICHUN KANG

...So he replies, same letter as sent earlier, a few hours later. I suppose he is not aware of this. What's the difference, I guess he thinks he's working. Shall we proceed?...

X-Originating-IP: 41.71.8.166
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2013

British Global Lottery
Bootle Merseyside,
P.O BOX 2086 Gir 0aa
UNITED KINGDOM
(Claims Disbursement Department)

ATTN: RAYMONDO NAZZARIANI,

In line with the just concluded meeting with the Board Of Trustee of the British Global Lottery and the Executives Member of the UK Debt Management Office, we have been mandated to go ahead with the funds release of your winning prize to you.

In furtherance in our meeting today with the British Global Lottery and the Executives Member of the UK Debt Management Office, we have been advised to contact you as regards the subject above. Moreover, your won prize include an ATM Card worth £1,000,000 ,Winning Certificate, Letter of Guaranteed and other documents backing your won prize, awaiting to be remitted to you.

Please kindly confirm the receipt of this email to enable us proceed further with modalities.

Your urgent email response will be highly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Gichun Kang.
Online Coordinator

GICHUN KANG

Received: from: X-Originating-IP: 41.71.13.201
Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2013

British Global Lottery
Bootle Merseyside,
P.O BOX 2086 Gir 0aa
UNITED KINGDOM

(Claims Disbursement Department)

Attn:RAYMONDO NAZZARIANI,

I am presently in receipt of your mail. This is to inform you that we have successfully confirmed your email you sent to this office to enable us process and remit your winning amount to you.

Firstly ,I want to use this medium once again to congratulate you once more for being a lucky winner of our email lottery programmes organized by a British Global Lottery Corporation.

The reason we tagged this lottery programmes is as a result of the fact that the lottery was sponsored and organized by the British Global Lottery in view of the Financial benefits.

It is also important that i inform you that there was no sales of tickets as the draws was conducted by assigning various Individual email addresses to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy. Please note that this email addresses was supplied to us by free email services providers such as yahoo, aol, hotmail and among others. In line with this, your e-mail address which was attached to ticket number: 27522465896-6483 with serial number 3772-554, batch number: 468911521-bc87, lottery ref number: 87k4/336/t0714/003 and drew lucky numbers 942-20-23-28-45 luckily and consequently won the sum of £1,000,000.00 (i.e. One million United Kingdom Pounds). MODE OF REMITTANCE

1. Wire Transfer (Bank Transfer)

In this option bank wire transfer, your funds/winnings will be transferred directly into your designated bank account.

Also attach a scanned copy of either your driver's license, international passport (photo page) or any other legally identifying document.

Your urgent email response will be highly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Gichun Kang .
Online Coordinator

RICHARD HEDD

Setting him straight...

Gichun Kang:

Perhaps I did not make myself clear, in the first mail I sent. I am NOT Raymondo. I AM HIS SON-IN-LAW. Raymondo is presently resting peacefully in the Hospice facility, waiting to die. I have permission to use his computing device to transact some business that he and I were involved in. I answered your mail in good faith. If you continue to use his name to address me, we shall consider this affair concluded, whether or not the money is in my account or not. I do hope I have made myself crystal-clear with this short paragraph.

Second, I have some other business to transact in Amsterdam, Netherlands at the end of this month, and I wil be very happy to take a side-trip to UK, and collect a genuine banque draft from you at that time, then personally bring it back to the USA and deposit it into my banking institution myself.

I would provide all necessary proof of identity at that time. This seems to me to be a more efficient way to do this business.

Will you reply with your opinion of this suggestion, please?

Remember to address me by my name, please.

Sincerely,
Richard Hedd

RICHARD HEDD

Haven't heard from him in a few weeks, what's up with that? I set up a mail account in my "own" name, so he has no excuse...

Sir:

I regret that I have not been able to contact you until just now, but my wife's father, Raymondo, is still in the Hospice facility, awaiting death, while I have to tend to all his business. All I can say is, it is a very good thing that I am owner of my company, and I can take the time off.

I have several very trust-worthy men who work for me, and I feel no dread at all, about leaving it in their capable hands. (of course, I check up on them from time to time, to be sure they are doing things to my satisfaction.)

That explanation set aside, I am wondering why you have chosen not to respond to me since I suggested that I come to collect the funds personally.

Do you not trust me? I assumed that this situation you proposed to me was legitimate, and that you would be quite pleased to be absolved of rather a large amount of responsibility and effort. What is going on with your people? Are they asleep on the job? Are you?

Please reply soonest.
Richard Hedd

BARRISTER AL_SADIQ ESQ.

Now, we hear from the Barrister, who just happens to have the same computer as Gichun... (coincidence? You decide...)

Received: from 41.71.217.53
Date: Sun, 11 Aug 2013

Barristers' Chambers:
AL_SADIQ & ASSOCIATES
Tel: +44 709 289 7197
Fax: +44 701 259 1797
Address: 33 Bedford Row
London WC1R 4JH, England.

Attention: Richard Hedd,

On behalf of the Trustees and Executor of the Estate of Late Mr.Hussein Jabari, I once again try to notify you as my earlier letter was returned undelivered. I hereby attempt to reach you again by this same email address on the WILL. I wish to notify you that late Mr.Hussein Jabari made you a beneficiary in his WILL. He left the sum of Thirty six million five hundred thousand dollars $36.5million to you in the Codicil and last testament to his WILL.

This may sound strange and unbelievable to you, but it is real and true. Being a widely travelled man, he said he met you sometime in the past or simply you were nominated to him by one of his numerous friends abroad who wished you good, I am not too sure again. Mr.Hussein Jabari until his death was a member of the Helicopter Society and the Institute of Electronic & Electrical Engineers and a German property magnate. He was a very dedicated christian who loved to give out alms to the poor,hungry and needy. His great philanthropy earned him numerous awards during his life time. Late Mr.Hussein Jabari died on the 30Th day of March, 2013 at the age of 80. His WILL is now ready for execution after 3 Months of thorough investigation.

According to him, this money is to support your humanitarian/medical activities and to help the poor and the needy in our society. Please if I reach you as I am hopeful, endeavor to get back to me as soon as possible to enable me conclude my job. I hope to hear from you in no distant time. I am sincerely sorry if you feel bothered or embarrassed by this message; I am just about my own job. I do hope you understand that? Thank you.

I await your prompt response and please keep this very discrete and to yourself until the transfer of the funds to you is finalized.

Yours in Service.
Barrister Al_Sadiq Esq.

RICHARD HEDD

Gosh, from Lottery winner to beneficiary in one swoop! Am I lucky or what??? Now, somebody as important as a Barrister can't be kept waiting...

Barrister Al Sadiq:

I am sorry that I cannot write a longer mail, but my father-in-law, Raymondo, is at the very brink of death, and my wife insists that we must go to the bedside.

I do not know how long the old fellow will hold on to life, but if I want to keep peace in this house, I should do as she wants.

I will try to write again this evening.

Sincerely,
Richard Hedd

RICHARD HEDD

Ol' Raymondo hasn't kicked the bucket yet, so gotta 'splain...

Sir:

I have not heard from you regarding this transaction, and am wondering if there is a problem that I can help you solve?

I responded as soon as I could to your mail, I am in a rather unfortunate position here, as I cannot call all my time my own. As you probably know, my father-in-law lies dying in a Hospice facility, and my beloved wife insists that we are available at a moment's notice to come to his bed-side. When the man finally takes his last labored breath, and all the funeral arrangements are made, I will be able to attend this matter with the attention it deserves.

In the meantime, we can continue corresponding as business partners, tending to the details of the transaction, what is involved, etc.

By the way, is your given name Al, or Sadiq? I would like to address you more familiarly, and would prefer you address me by my given name, Richard, I trust this would be all right with you.

Thank you for your understanding.

Sincerely, Richard Hedd
RICHARD HEDD

I send (almost) the same mail to Gichun Kang...

Dear Gichun Kang:

I have not heard from you regarding this transaction in a very long time. I thought you implied that it was to be treated with utmost urgency, but since I have not received any mail from you in weeks, I am wondering if there is a problem that I can help you solve?

I responded as soon as I could to your mail, but I am in a rather unfortunate position here, as I cannot call all my time my own. As you know, my father-in-law, Raymondo Nazzariani, lies dying in a Hospice facility, and my beloved wife insists that we should be available at a moment's notice to come to his bed-side. When the man finally takes his last labored breath, and all the funeral arrangements are made, I will be able to attend this matter with the proper attention it deserves.

In the meantime, we can continue corresponding as business partners, tending to the details of the transaction, what is involved, etc.

By the way, is your given name Gichun, or Kang? I would like to address you more familiarly, and I would prefer you address me by my given name, Richard. I trust this would be all right with you.

Thank you for your understanding.

Sincerely, Richard Hedd
RICHARD HEDD

Time to add a new wrinkle, and we can see if this will rustle the Lad(s) into consciousness...

Dear Gichun Kang:

A small miracle has happened!! My father-in-law, Raymondo, seemed to be feeling a bit stronger last night, so I told him that he had some e-mail that he may be interested to read.

I had kept a record of our correspondence, and read the mails to him. His first words were, "Did this have anything to do with the $47 million I was supposed to receive back in January?" It seemed that with every word I read to him, he gained strength.

I said I knew nothing of this, but I would ask you. Since I have not heard a word from you in several weeks, I am wondering if I should have told him about you, just forgot about the whole matter.

Please, please do reply to me as soon as you receive this mail, as this is vitally important, both to Raymondo's health, and mine--for believe me, Ray is not a guy you want to double-cross. You will NOT do it twice!

Thank you.

Sincerely Richard Hedd

More to come?

 

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