raynaz Productions, INK, presents a new drama for your amusement:

PEARLS BEFORE SWINE

stuffed and baked march 12 2008

The saga of a Lady and a Lad...it has it all--Mystery, Intrigue, Greed, Lust, Jealousy, Humor, (I hope)...well, almost all--no Gluttony, and no Sloth, and the Rage will probably come soon... [it did] It has most of it, though! ;o)

Best, your fiend, raynaz


...starring, in order of appearance:

JOHN SOSSOU: Lad with BIG bucks to share
later joined by
ABDOULAYE ALFARI: Partner-Lad
JAMES GOODLUCK (or GOODLOCK, take your choice): Clark-Lad
KELLY ANDERSON: Moneyman-Lad
versus

raynaz: background co-ordinator
PEARL E(lizabeth) WHYTES: Widow-lady, lovely "novice" scambaiter
(--actually, ME, disguised as a kindly potential victim. But you knew that... ;o)
MIKHAIL STROGANOV: of the Foreign Office, who receives a DBC letter, and hands it to:
CHUKWU FARLEIGH: Fake "Barrister-to-Maryam-Abacha"
and finally(?)
HUBERT H. WHYTES: Pearl's son

And, away we go...


John Sossou
X-Originating-IP: [41.223.251.20] (otitelecom.bj, Benin)
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007
Reply-To: <jsossou8@yahoo.fr>

Dear Friend,

I am Mr. John Sossou, a Supervisor in Ecobank, Cotonou-Benin Republic. It is my pleasure to seek for your assistance in this confidential business transaction,which will be of mutual benefit to both of us. Engr. Johnston Ellis an oil expartriate/contractor maintains a domiciliary account with our bank which I am the Account Relationship Officer and he has a credit balance of US$10,600,000.00(TEN MILLION SIX HUNDRED THOUNDSAND UNITED STATES. DOLLARS) in my branch On normal monthly routine notification, I sent a notice to his forwarded address but got no reply.

After months we sent a reminder and finally we discovered from his contract employer (Shell Petroleum Corporation) that Engr.Johnston Ellis died from an automobile accident while on vacation to his country. All attempts by the Bank to trace his next of kin were fruitless On further investigation we found out that He died alongside with his Next of kin And until now no other person(s) knows about this account or could give any documentary evidence concerning this account.

The total sum was US$10,600,000.00 is still standing in his favour in my bank as dormant account. No one has ever come forward to claim it by virtue of banking law in Republic of Benin after two years the money will reverted to the Beninoise Government Treasury account, if the account owner is certified dead and nobody comes forward to claim it.

Now the most important thing is your support and your full coperation and also to Remain honest to me untill the end of this transaction, believing you will not disappoint me at the end after this money must have been fully processed and transferred into your bank account. At the conclusion of this business,we will have it share 40%-60% of the total amount,US$10,600,000.00. Plesaebe rest assured that as far as I am concerned this business is 100% risk free,because I have already covered every loop holes and also set my machinery at work to avoid traces.

Your's Faithfully, Mr. John Sossou

[Your basic Dead Bank Customer letter. But you knew that.]

Raynaz, the one and only, or many

[Copy it to Agent S, with a note....]

Agent Stroganov,

I believe I will jump on this Lad, and see what Pearl E. Whytes can get him to do. Hmmmmmmmmmm, I'm hoping, "Jump through hoops!".............
your fiend, raynaz
Mikhail Stroganov
[An encouraging mail from Agent Stroganov...]
INDEED SO MADAM_I LOOK FORWARD TO YOU MUDDYING THE WATERS_KEEP THE CUSTARD BOILING

- S
Pearl E. Whytes

[~sigh~"Once again, into the breech"...Here we go...]

My dear Mr Sossou,

Can you tell me more about this man? If I am going to act as his "next of kin", I should have more information, don't you think?

Do you think that a 50/50 split is more fair? I think 60% for me is too generous, even though I would appreciate the money. My grandkids need school supplies, and I would love to have a new car. My Hupmobile is, I fear, on its last legs.

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
John Sossou

[Tuesday morning, and a reply...]

Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs. P.E. Whytes,

Thank you for your urgent reply and believe you accord to your mail to me. And also I believe that Almighty has blessed you in various ways.

I will like to explain my mail further for your better understanding, What I mean is that there is this fund belonging to one of our big customers who is now late and there is nobody to claim his deposit ($10.6m) because he died along with his entire family on automobile accident while on vacation to his country.

I am the Manager in charge of the account and I now want to utilize this great opportunity to make a great fortune, hence I called on you to give me your full assistance and cooperation so that this fund can be processed and transferred to you as the next of kin /beneficiary to the late account owner and It is my duty as manager to the Company to recommend to the management whom to approve claims to as the basified claimers, so you have no cause to fear at all as no risk is involved.

I want to use this opportunity to tell if you can do this deal business with me because I don't want you to disappoint and I will not disappoint you at the end and you will also promise me that if the fund get into your account you will not sit on the fund. I want you to know that if there is any money that it will cost us for the transfer as my partner we will put head together as partners pay it but I don't think it will cost us money but if it will cost us money it will be a little, don't be afraid I am with you till the end.

Please be rest assured that as far as I am concerned this business is 100% risk free, because I have already covered every loop holes and also set my machinery at work to avoid traces, about the 50/50, 40% is very good for you and you know that I am going to invest the half of my own share to your country which you will be taking caring it for me and investment you will have share on it, please take 40% is ok.

If you agree with me then I will send to you an application of claim which you will re-write and send to the bank for the approval of the fund in your favour as the bonfire next of kin to the deceased late person, From the day send tender an application to the bank it will not take more than 12 banking working days the fund will be transfer into your account. But kindly send this information stated below to me for us to proceed.

a) Full Name and your Home / Office Address:
b) Telephone Number and Mobile Number:
c) Fax Number:
d) Private Email:
e) Age:

I expect to your call for the confirmation of this mail, until I hear from you soonest.

Yours Sincerely,
Mr. Armel Sossou.
Tel + 229 90 965153
Pearl E. Whytes
My Dear Mr. Sossou,

I must tell you, Sir, that I have great mis-givings at allowing my personal information to be sent to a stranger, and you are, after all, a stranger to me!

You have neglected to tell me anything about this unfortunate individual (as I requested) and nothing about yourself.

I don't even know that you aren't that fellow who keeps bothering me at the shopping mall, who found out my e-mail address. You could be anybody! And who is
Mr. Armel Sossou.Tel + 229 90 965153
I thought your name is John!

a) My full name is Pearl Elizabeth Whytes
d) You already have my Email

e) Didn't your mother ever teach you that it is impolite to ask a lady her age?

I cannot, in good faith, give you the rest of the information you ask for, until we know each other better, and I have more information about you and that sad wretch who was killed with his family. Where were they on vacation?

I do not understand this:

From the day send tender an application to the bank --What are you talking about?
bonfire next of kin --Do you mean BONA FIDE next of kin
to the deceased late person --"deceased" means "late" What you wrote is redundant, it is not necessary to say it twice, just as it was not necessary to send your mail twice.

I also think that if we are going to share expenses of this transaction, we should share equal percentage of the money, 50/50. It's only fair that way.

Awaiting your reply,

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
Mikhail Stroganov

[Agent Stroganov, always the gentleman, introduces himself to Pearl...]

MRS WHYTES

PLEASE ALLOW ME TO INTRODUCE MYSELF_I AM SPECIAL AGENT MIKHAIL STROGANOV OF THE FOREIGN OFFICE SPECIAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT_YOU MAY KNOW RAYNAZ WHO IS ONE OF OUR CLOSE ASSOCIATES_I CAN ASSURE YOU THEN THAT WE ARE ON THE SIDE OF GOOD AGAINST THE SCAMMERS AND IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE PLEASE DO CONTACT ME_

KIND REGARDS FROM DOWNTOWN MOSCOW


SPECIAL AGENT MIKHAIL STROGANOV SPECIAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT_MOSCOW OFFICE
John Sossou
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs.Whytes

, I thank for you mail and is well noted. How are you today and your family? I hope you all are in good hearth.

First of all I want to introduce myself once again, I am Mr. John Armel Sossou, Armel is my middle name and also Armel is my familyÕs name. While the telephone :00229 90 965153 is my number you can use to reach me any time you feel.

About the informationÕs I requested from you, is not that I am going to use to do bad for you but to submit it in central computer and also to submit it to the attorney who will submit your application to the bank, so before the attorney will submit the application to the bank, your information has already be in the central computer.

Engr.Johnston Ellis is one of biggest customers in this bank and his is a citizen of America when we heard of his death, in auto accident while on vacation to his country America, we try if we can get his relation but non. On this note I will like you to know that he did not write any WILL.

Therefore, the percentage I have agreed to share 50/50 but you should not disappoint me until the end of the transaction. So you have to send to me the complete information as I requested.

Meanwhile, by Monday I am going to send to you my international passport and my working ID card in as a banker.

I will be expecting your call for the confirmation of this mail.

Yours Sincerely,Mr. John A.Sossou
Pearl E. Whytes

[The gracious widow-lady sends several helpful suggestions...]

Dear Mr. John A. Sossou,

Thank you for clearing up that name puzzlement. It was most confusing. I find that when typing my name and sending it to people, if I use the initials of both my names, then the recipient is not very surprized to learn my name.

Perhaps this would be a suggestion you can use, so that valuable time is not wasted in explanations.

That unfortunate chap, Johnston Ellis, died in the USA? Now that was a bad vacation! Which state, do you know? Was that mentioned in the death notice?

Mr. Sossou, (may I call you John?) I am troubled by this:

"...by Monday I am going to send to you my international passport and my working ID card in as a banker..."

You must not send me these items. You will need your passport for any travel outside of your country, and you will need your ID for your job! Would it be easier for you to just scan these things, and send COPIES of them by e-mail?

I am satisfied with your decision to share this money 50/50. I said in a previous letter that I thought 60% for me was far too generous. I think this is much better.

Also, I tried several times to reach you by the phone number you provided, but all I got was a lot of noise, then a voice saying that the number is not a valid one, what was this buzzing and static? I don't trust the overseas phone systems, I think there are too many things that can disable them, dust, bugs, humidity, poor wiring, that sort of thing.

Let us stay with the e-mail for the time being.

Mrs. P.E.Whytes
John Sossou
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs.Whytes,

Well, I wish to thank you for your response to my answers to your questions. Hopefully, I beleive that this business relationship will lead us to a strong and deep friendship. Actually, I feel that God has blessed it, so it will be beneficial to us and our families for good and happy life.

However, I am very happy about your quick response, Of course If this transaction does not require a foreigner especially from your country, I don't think I needed a second Party, I would have handled it all alone. Nevertheless, I know that you might be wondering why I have decided to trust you with this huge sum, but the truth is that I need you to pull out this money before our corrupt government will confiscate it or get forfeited to the bank as unclaimed fund. I know also that you will be amazed at the level of trust that I am willing to place in a person that I have never seen nor spoken with you.

In the percentage issue I have agreed that it should equal 50/50 but any thing more than that please forget it, why I agree on that is because you and I may have some little expenses in this transaction. So if you are ready for us to work as one partner to make sure this fund is transferred into your account, just send the infomations I requested from you and let us start immediately without more delay. My phone is working if you can not get me you can send you own phone for to call you ok.

I waiting to hear from you.

Yours Sincerely,
Mr.John A.Sossou.
John Sossou

[Nothing for a few days, but Wednesday , I find concerned mail in the Inbox...

Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs.Whytes,

How are you today? I am worried that I have not heard from you again. What is the problem? I am waiting for you so that we will proceed.

Have a nice day.

Mr.John A.Sossou
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Sossou,

I wrote to you a few days ago, and suggested that you send COPIES of your passport, and work ID card. I have been waiting for them, but you've neglected to do your part.

Would you send them, please? I would like to see the face of a man with whom I intend to do business. I will send my picture to you when I receive yours.

Thank you for asking, my family is just wonderful. My boys helped me put a gazebo in the yard. Now we can enjoy picnics in the shade, it was too dangerous for me to be outdoors in the sun--one doesn't want to risk a sunstroke, you know.

I am waiting for your picture, Mr. Sossou.

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
John Sossou
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs. Whytes,

I thank you for your mail. I am going to send my passport and my working ID card by Monday, please bear with me. You know that we have not agreed on percentage but now that we have agreed I am going to send it.

Yours sinerely,
Mr.John A. Sossou
Pearl E. Whytes

[He's not doing his part...]

My dear Mr. Sossou,

Five days ago, on the 16th, I received a note from you, you wrote that you were going to send your passport and work ID by Monday. I remember very well, telling you that it was not necessary to send those documents, that you need them for travel, or for your job. A scanned COPY would be sufficient.

Well, Mr. Sossou, here it is TUESDAY, and I've seen nothing from you at all! Is this how you conduct your business? If that is the case, I'm not certain that I wish to take this any farther.

I know that you have accepted my proposal of an even split of the money, but I did want to refresh your memory. There should be no question or argument at all about this.

Do you remember that I said my boys were going to put up a gazebo in the yard? It is just delightful. We had a wonderful picnic outdoors, and all the children played in the sprinklers. It was the jolliest afternoon!

Do be a good fellow, and scan those things and send me COPIES, we want this to be finished before the children go back to school, don't we?

Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
John Sossou

[Wednesday, and I gallop to the Inbox, and here's a note from Sossou...]

Received: from [41.223.251.238]
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs. Whytes,

I received your mail and is well noted. I am very sorry for late respond; IÕm very busy in office.

Meanwhile, attachment is my passport and my working ID card, therefore I am waiting for the informationÕs I requested from you to enable us proceed.

My regards to your boy. May God be with you all.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. John A.Sossou.

[He sends the passport and ID copies in a HUGE jpeg attachment, and, (are we surprised?) obviously photo-shopped. The work ID has, as 'Occupation', the word "Banker" Oh my.]

Pearl E. Whytes

[I simply MUST offer him this tasty tidbit...]

Dear Mr. Sossou,

Thank you for sending the copies you promised.

My goodness, you are a very handsome fellow, it is a shame that you did not persue a career in show business! You would make a very fine living in motion pictures, as a leading man, romancing all the ladies!

My heart is fluttering just thinking about you. Would you consider moving to this country, and going for an acting audition? My late husband's nephew is a talent agent, and I'm sure he would love to interview you and send you to producers and casting agencies.

Let me know what you think of this idea, will you?

Fondly, Mrs. P. E. Whytes
John Sossou

[Another day, another mail...]

Received: from [83.229.97.26] (SkyVision, Benin)
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs. Whytes,

I thank you for your urgent response to my mail and I thank you for apprecating me.

I was exprecting to received your informations which I requested from you, my coming to your country is a problem because as soon as this fund is transferred into your account I will come down to your country for share of the fund as we agreed. It will be good we use this opportunity to make sure that this fund transferred into your account in a shortest time.

Meanwhile, kindly send to me your full information enable me file it in the file of late Engr. Johnston Ellis and to enable me send to you the application you will fill and send to the bank through an attorney who will help make the transaction faster.

All we needed now is your information for me to procceed immediately without delay. Please you should call me it is very important.

Thanks for your understanding.

Best Regards,
Mr. John.
Tel: 00229 90 965153
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Sossou,

I'm afraid I don't understand what you mean by this:

"...my coming to your country is a problem because as soon as this fund is transferred into your account I will come down to your country for share of the fund..."

Which is it? "Coming to America is a problem, then you will come to America! That makes no sense.

As I told you previously, I can't give you my telephone number, or my address. My sons would be very upset and concerned for my safety, if they thought I had given my location to someone I just met on an e-mail invitation.

You haven't said anything about my comment on your handsome looks. Are you at all interested in an interview with my nephew, Harry? He wants to meet you. As long as you have a passport, you can travel to this country. Just go to the American Embassy and apply for a visa. Be sure that you make it plain that you are a tourist. If you say it is for a job, it might take a long time to get the visa.

Let me know how you feel about a career in acting. I would love to meet you when you come to meet Harry! Just thinking about being on the "ground floor" in the launching of a new star, gives me such a wonderful feeling!

Waiting to hear from you,

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
Mikhail Stroganov
MADAM

AMUSING AND EXCELLENT WORK WITH MR SO-SO_LET US HOPE HE HANGS IN THERE TO GET WHAT HE TRULY DESERVES_KEEP THE CUSTARD BOILING

- - - S
John Sossou
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs.Whytes,

How are you today? Your mail is well noted.

I want you to understand this is franch country is not an english conutry, you should be afraid of my english, what I mean is that my coming to America will not be problem as far as this transaction is concerne, I know that as soon as the fund is transferred into your account I will come down to America for us to share the fund as we agreed.

I want you to know that I appreciate your concern about my handsome.

About your informations you don't want to send to me because your son or may be you are afraid, I want you to know that without your information how did you think that we will succeed in this transaction, with your informations I will file it in the file of Engr. Ellis, please if you really us to work together concern this transaction you to send the information I requested from you ok.

Well about your nephew Harry, I will like to see him but it will not now until this fund is transferred into your account then I apply for a visa, so I am not afraid to see him ok.

Please I want to know your mind to this transaction ok.

I am waiting urgent answer and your information if you are truely want to assist me in this transaction.

Mr.John A. Sossou.
Pearl E. Whytes
My dear Mr. Sossou,

Why do you use the word "afraid" so often in your letter? Do I have something to fear in this transaction? If so, then perhaps you and I should part company. I thought this was a legitimate business deal, that you have worked out all the details, and we can conclude this in a dignified and timely manner.

I told you that I could not, in good conscience, do business with someone who I have only met in an e-mail, without learning more about him. I thought I made that perfectly clear to you, when we first began this correspondence. I have not said anything to my sons about you, and this deal, in accordance to your suggestion.

I have a few questions about you, some may seem very personal, but I have my reasons for asking. Please answer these questions truthfully, and reply. At that time, I will make my decision to give you the information you seek.

1) Your full name?
2) How old are you?
3) Married? How long?
4) Children? Ages?
5) School history?
6) Work history?

If you are unwilling or unable to comply with this request, please do inform me. I have been contacted by Mr. Chukwu Farleigh, who is the personal attorney for a Mrs. Miriam Abacha, and he is offering me $15 Million dollars to help her regain her late husband's money.

I will be waiting for a reply from you. Thank you.

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
John Sossou
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2007

Dear Mrs. Whytes,

Good-morning Mrs. Whytes, I thank you for your mail and well understood. How are your children? I hope all is well with you, if so thanks be to God.

Base on the questions you asked I hope that I have given you my full name and my age which is in my international passport but meanwhile, my full name is John Armel Sossou, my age is 42 years, I am Married with two children, my first daughter is 13yrs and my son is 10years.

I think I have given you the information, which I can give to you about myself, please if you want to assist me as you promised, I will like us to proceed than delaying the transaction.

I am waiting your information as you promise.

Be blessed with your family.

Mr.John A. Sossou
Pearl E. Whytes
My dear Mr. Sossou,

I have re-read my letters to you, and there is nowhere in any of them that I promised you anything. I said that I would make my decision when you provide me with the answers to my questions.

I asked you:
1) Your full name?
2) How old are you?
3) Married? How long?
4) Children? Ages?
5) School history?
6) Work history?

But you haven't answered half of the questions!

You are married, but neglect to tell me for how many years, which I specifically asked.

Where did you go to school? Do you have a university degree?

How many years have you worked at the bank?

How do you expect me to trust you, unless you fulfill your part? I said I would give you my decision when I have this information. I hope I can count on you to co-operate with me.

Mr. Chukwu Farleigh has written again to me, and he has offered me a bigger deal. And he has, at least, given me more complete information than you have!

Mrs. P.E.Whytes
John Sossou

[More to come? BINGO!!!!!]

Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2007

Dear Mrs. Whytes,

Thanks for your mail, the contents is well understood.

Based on the questions you asked, i still like to intimate you on the full informationÕs you requested.

My name as you already know is Mr.John Armel Sossou and I am 42 years old. I am married with two kids. A boy and a girl the boy is 10 years old while the girl is 13 years old, I marred in January 18th 1994.

My earlier education started in Zogbo primary school Cotouon Bénin Republic from the year 1973 to 1979 and my secondary education was in the Federal Government Collage Bˇnin from year 1979 to 1984. I further gained admission into the calavi university Cotonou in the year 1985 and finally I obtained my first Degree in Banking and Finance in the year 1988.

I searched for a job for about three years and so, I finally got one as supervisor with the Eco Bank as you know already in 8th April 1991 and I have remained in their employ, since then till this minute, so as you may observe. I have worked with this well-established organization all this years without any query or problem of any sort.

And dear Mrs.Whytes, if I may ask, who is this CHUKWU and what do he really want? If you now trust me and want to do business with me, kindly forward this manÕs mails to me. I am an African and by the reason if this fact, I know more than you do so long as business is concerned within the African region.

Waiting to hear from you soon.

Thanks,
Mr. John A. Sossou.
Pearl E. Whytes

[I send Sossou's latest mail to Agent Stroganov, with this note:]

My dear Agent Stroganov,

I am forwarding the latest correspondence from Mr. "So-so", as you call him. I happened to mention to him that I have heard from Chukwu Farleigh, attorney for Mrs. Miriam Abacha, and he is becoming rather unglued. Now I must draft a letter from a semi-literate 'barrister', which I will BCC to you. You know, one can pretend to be smart, but to pretend to be a fool is something entirely different (something at which neither of us has much expertise...) I remember a quote from long ago, from a very wise source, "Far better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt!" ...I digress...

On another note, I am thrilled to tell you that in the space of a week, I have won 2 different e-mail lotteries! Imagine that! I opened this mail account only 3 weeks ago, and already, I have tumbled into these fortunes, the UK Lottery, and one in Netherlands, the Kransloten. Needless to say, I must keep my wits about me in order to enable me keep these two Lads going.

Warmest regards,
Pearl E. Whytes
Pearl E. Whytes

[Mustering all my experiences reading Lad-mail, I draft a "letter from Chukwu Farleigh, Barrister". Hope it's not TOO much...]

Dear Mr. Sossou,

As you requested, here is the mail I received from Chukwu Farleigh:

TO MRS. PEARL E. WHYTES

DEAR MADAM:

THANK YOU FOR YOUR MAIL, THE CONTENT WELL NOTED AND UNDERSTOOD. AS YOU KNOW, I AM PERSONAL BARRISTER FOR MRS. MARYAM ABACHA, WHO IS AT PRESENT IN HOSPITAL WITH A CANCER DISEASE, BUT WHAT IS VERY TROUBLE IS HER STROKE CONDITION WHICH SHE HAVE SUFFER LAST 2 WEEKS AND SHE IS VERY WORRYED THAT SHE WILL NOT LIVE SO LONG TO ENJOY THE FORTUNE $14.7 MILLION DOLLARS (FOURTEEN MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSANDED US DOLLARS) OF HER LATE DECEASED HUSBAND GEN.SANI ABACHA WHO DIED OVER 9 YEARS AGO OF MASSIVE HEART PROBLEM.

MRS MARYAM ABACHA THEREFORE WILL LIKE TO ACCEPT YOU AS PARTNER TO DISTRIBUTE HER VAST FORTUNES TO HOMELESS AND REFURGEE CHILDREN IN REFUGE CAMPS IN GHANA AND ELSEWHERE AS SHE WILL NO LONGER BE ABLE TO USE THE MONEY HERSELF SHE IS GOING TO LIVE IN HEAVEN WITH THE ANGES.

THEREFORE WILL YOU REPLY SOONEST TO THIS MAIL AND BE WILLING TO STAND AS HER FORIEGN PATNER TO GIVE THIS MONEY TO HOMELESS ORPHANS IN GHANA AND BUY THEM SCHOOL SUPPLYS AND FOOD AND CLOTHINGS? TO DO SO, YOU WILL RECEVE GREAT BLESSINGS AS MRS. MARYAM HAVE TOLD ME THAT SHE WILL REWARD YOU WITH THE SUM OF $5MILLION USD (FIVE MILLION UNITED STATE DOLLARS) AND WILL TRANSFER INTO YOUR NOMINATED BANK ACCOUNT UPON RECEIVAL OF YOUR INFORMATION'S BY THIS OFFICE IN THIS NEXT 5 WORKING DAYS. AT YOUR SERVICE,

CHUKWU FARLEIGH
Chukwu-Mann Chamber Lagos, Nigeria

This wretched woman has suffered so very much in her lifetime, Mr. Sossou, and for her to desire to donate all this money to homeless children is truly a generous gesture! How wonderful it would be for her to know that she has helped so many children before she dies. What a great lady.

Regards,
Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
Mikhail Stroganov

[Early Wednesday, I get a 2 notes from Agent Stroganov...*]

MRS WHYTES_THANK YOU FOR YOUR EMAIL_I SHALL PERUSE THE LETTER FROM CHUCK FARTLEY AND GET BACK TO YOU_CONGRATULATIONS ON THE LOTTERY_IN FACT I WON A FEW MYSELF NOT SO LONG AGO_IT IS DIFFICULT TO KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THE MONEY!!_KEEP THE CUSTARD BOILING MADAM

MADAM

AN ABACHA IN THE HAND IS WORTH SIX SAVIMBIS IN THE BUSH I CAN ASSURE YOU OF THAT
Pearl E. Whytes
My dear Agent Stroganov,

I am wondering if the "letter from Chukwu Farleigh" that I composed has, in your learned experience as a Master Scam-baiter par excellence, the correct 'tone'. I've never invented a Lad, much less a Barrister-Lad, so I'm concerned if I may have gone overboard, too much mis-spelling, that sort of thing. Your thoughts on this niggling little question?

I DID, however, think the lawfirm's name was very amusing. (I must admit, I didn't think it up by myself, Miss raynaz did input on this...)

I wonder if he'll reply with a warning about Farleigh.

Wishing you a fine evening,
Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
Mikhail Stroganov
NOT AT ALL MADAM_DO YOU WANT ME TO LOOK AT THE LETTER MADAM?

I SHALL PERUSE AND REPLY IMMEDIATELY

- AGENT MIKHAIL STROGANOV
SPECIAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT_MOSCOW OFFICE
John Sossou
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007

Dear Mrs. Whytes,

I received your mail, how are you today? I hope all is well with you and your household, if so thanks be to God Almighty. My advise about the business you want to assist a Nigerian, please be careful and think very well before you put your hand to assist.
Meanwhile, I am waiting for your informationÕs to enable us proceed.
Be blessing in the Lord.

Mr..John Armel Sossou
John Sossou

Wait a few days, and here comes John...

Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2007

Beloveth Mrs Pearl Whytes,

With due respect, i wish to remind you that your silent to my mails is a very bad development to the transaction.But i still want to believe that it is not delibrate maybe you are very busy and could not get back quickly.

However, i want to categorically bring to your notice that this transaction has to be given an urgent attention hence delay could be dangerious.

Honestly, if i had not made up my mind to work with you and invest the money in your country with every sincerity of mind, i would have stoped communicating with you.

You demand for copies of my identity card and international passport in order to erase your fairs or doubt before forwarding your own but ever since i send them to you nothing to identify you has been received from you.

You should as well agree with me that for a huge amount of money ($10.6million ) to be transferred to your bank account, there must be proper classified documents that will cover the fund and you the receiver and this is one of the reasons to demand for your information.

Please i know that i am not in position to advise you or discourage you from your business with your Nigerian counter parts but as your partner i must have to tell you the gospel truth concerning Nigerian people and how the have dented the image of the West African citizens with their fraudulent attivities.

They have used the name of late Abacha and his family to duped several foreigners which i believe you should have known by now.

Well i have to wait for your reply with that of your information for immediate conclusion of the transaction as soon as possible.

Yours respectfully,

Armel John Sossou.
Pearl E. Whytes
My dear Mr. Sossou,

There is no reason whatsoever to address me as your "beloveth"--which, by the way is spelled B E L O V E D. I wonder how familiar do you think you may get with me? Do you think that just because I am a widow, that I do not enjoy the attentions of men? I'll have you know that I have 3 gentleman callers, Mr. Harry Pudenda, Mr. Arthur I. Tess, and Professor Phillip Actick. And don't forget that you are a married man!

Secondly, the reason that I have not responded to your last e-mail letter is that I had to travel to Amsterdam, to accept my winnings in the Krasloten lottery. At least, that was the impression that I got when I received a letter stating that, in fact, I had won over 2 million dollars! I can't imagine what could have happened to Mr. Henry Zipjen. He was supposed to meet me at the airport, so that we could go to the lottery office to collect the money. He was nowhere to be seen! I did have a very nice little stay in Amsterdam. It's a lovely city.

I left my home at 3AM on Thursday, in order to get to New York, change planes, and get to Amsterdam by Friday morning. I was just exhausted! It's a good thing I can sleep anywhere, even an airplane. I just arrived home last night, so I'm getting caught up on my rest and e-mails.

You were right about that Chukwu Farleigh man. All he wanted was for me to send him $7,200.00 to bribe some officials, and get some "documents" forged. Can you imagine that! I was simply appalled. It seems that a body just can't trust anyone these days!

Now that you know what has been going on with me, perhaps we can resume our deal.

Thank you,

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
John Sossou
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2007

Hello Mrs P.E.Whytes,

Thank you for your wise correction but you are taking it to another level.

In as much as you are a christian and have fear of God then i think i considered you as my beloved one in the lord .And besides, we are partners in business. Do not forget that i am having the intention to live and run my business in your country as soon as we are through with the transfer.

However, i still want you to believe that your message did not answer my request on your information which is vital important if only you want to be a partaker of the transaction.

I believe that success depends on the support of other people. The only hurdle between you and what you want to be is the support of others. Unexpected sources of help come from unpredictable quarters to the person who remain positive and enthusiastic.

I do not know how positive or genuine your other business associates are, I mean the three other guys that you said that always call you on phone but i can only speak to myself and will not fail to advice you to be very careful hence had i know is the brother to mister late.

Soo many people have been deceived on lottery but i wonder how this could work out for a game that you never partispated.I am only saying that you should give my business with you an urgent attention then if you still want to continue with your associates, it is left for you.I must provide the genuine legal documents for my business with you as a mark of transparency but this will be done after you might have send your full information.

However, this correspondence is very official and private,and it should be treated as such. I also guarantee you that this transaction is hitch free from all legal implication .

I am looking forward to receive the information for further details.

Thanking you for your understanding and cooperation.

Best regard,

John Sossou.
Pearl E. Whytes
My dear Mr. Sossou,

I mentioned that I was to meet a Mr. Henry Zjipen in Amsterdam, so that I could collect my Lottery winnings. I was not "doing business" with him

"...I do not know how positive or genuine your other business associates are, I mean the three other guys that you said that always call you on phone..."
Perhaps you misunderstood my meaning, I did not mean to imply that I am doing business with these 3 gentleman callers. I mean that they are romantically interested in me. I go on dates with them. They are all very high quality fellows, one is even younger than I am.

"...will not fail to advice you to be very careful..."
Of course I am very careful, Mr. Sossou, I am not going to risk my health or my reputation on any man who is just dating me, even though he fancies himself enamoured of me!

"...had i know is the brother to mister late..."
What on Earth does this mean???

I will get the information you seek, and send it off by tomorrow. I would take care of this today, but there is just too much to do, I was gone nearly a week, and things got 'piled up' I must get all this done, before I can attend personal matters.

Sincerely.

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
John Sossou
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007

Hello My dear Mrs P.E.Whytes,

I was pleased to receive your lovely message, thanks for your understanding .

Had i know is a brother to mister late, simple means that had i know always comes let after when one must have made a painful mistake.I think you can understand me better now?.

Meanwhile, i wish to remind you that the progress of this transaction is now in your hands hence i advised that you should send your information as you have promised .

I can understand that you are capable enough to accomplish this deal with me and to invest the money in question in your country as soon as the transfer is made.

Waiting to hear from you with your phone number and other information therein.

Yours faithfully,

John Sossou.
Pearl E. Whytes

[Let him wait 5 days...]

My dear Mr. Sossou,

"...Had i know is a brother to mister late, simple means that had i know always comes let after when one must have made a painful mistake.I think you can understand me better now?..."

I'm afraid I don't "understand you better now"! What on Earth do you mean? I realize that English is not your first language, but you, as a bank official, should be able to string together a coherent sentence in English, which is the international language of banking. It does not have to be a long sentence, but it should be one that the reader can understand.

"...the money in question..."
I'm not questioning anything, I take you at your word. I hope you are not playing with me.

Sincerely,

Mrs. P.E.Whytes
John Sossou
Mrs P.E.Whytes,

With due respect, i wish to emind you that rhetorics can never help us in this matter.We have over flogged this issue hence time is not on our side base on the transfer provision that i have made so far.

Much as i know that english is not my first language but i want to categorically tell you here that over my ten years in a bankng work, nobody has ever corrected me in english as you are doing.

Remember that am not an english litrature but can only guide my self with it because of my profession. As far as this transaction is concern, english speaking is a secondary matter.What is of more important is the zeal,good cooperation and sincerity.

If you are talking about seriousness, i think you are the one to be hold responsible for the delay in this business.I have demanded for your information in a good number of times and till now nothing has been received from you.Remember that in your last message,you promised to send it when next time you are writing but till now,nothing of such has been received.

Concerning the statement,had i know is a brother to Mr, late, simply means that you must be careful on your dealings with the guys you mentioned their names last time so that you will not regret or blame yourself at last.

I am waiting upon your response for a detail information.

Respectfully,

John .A. Sossou.
Pearl E. Whytes
My dear Mr. Sossou,

Why do you think this is all my fault? I did say that I would send you the information you desire, but I don't know which questions you want answered. Please do forgive me, I have been writing to a Mr. Chukwu Farleigh, and he wants information, too. I can't remember what I sent you.

Do you have a form for me to fill out?

Thank you,

Mrs. P.E.Whytes
Abdoulaye Alfari

[ More than a week goes by, then Pearl hears from a new player, who wishes her a GOD day...]

Received: from [41.223.251.20] [SAME IP ADDRESS!]
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2007

From: Abdoulaye Alfari <abdoulayealfari3@yahoo.fr>

Subject: GOD DAY My PEWhytes

Dear.
I am happy to inform you about my success in getting those funds transferred under the cooperation of a new partner from Dubai. Presently i'm in Dubai for investment projects with my own share. Meanwhile,i didn't forget your past efforts and attempts to assist me in transferring those funds despite that it failed us somehow.Now contact my assistant his name is Mr.JAMES GOODLOCK.or you can also email him (jamesgoodlock7@yahoo.fr) tell him on his private telephone: 00229 93145507, how you want your cheque to be send to you total amount of $500.000.00 which i kept for your compensation for all your past efforts and attempts to assist me in this matter.
I appreciated your efforts at that time very much. so feel free and get in touched with Mr JAMES GOODLOCK. and instruct him on how to send the fund to you without delayed.Please do let me know immediately you receive the money so that we can share the joy after all the sufferness at that time. In the moment, i am very busy here because of the investment projects which me and the new partner are having at hand, finally remember that I had forwarded instruction to my assistant on your behalf to receive that fund.
Wishing you the best of luck and to make use of the money given to you carefully
With best regards,
Mr.Abdoulayea,

[This may sound like the middle of a correspondence ("I am happy to inform you about my success in getting those funds transferred"), but it's actually a first letter. There are many in the ScamBase. This Lad may be "Sossou" forgetting who he's supposed to be today, or someone else who has "Sossou's" 'customer' list, sitting at the same PC in a cybercafe. Either way, it speaks poorly for Lad Quality Control.]

Pearl E. Whytes
Mr. Abdoulaye Alfari,

I'm terribly sorry, I do not know you. Who are you, and where is Mr. John Sossou? I was corresponding with him, but I had to be away from my computer for over a week, there was a death in the family, and I had to take an unexpected, and immediate trip to my late husband's family home. I was so exhausted when I returned to my home, I didn't even turn on the machine until just a few minutes ago. I am surprised to hear from you, and I ask you again, WHO ARE YOU?

What does your mail refer to? Do you mean to tell me that you are just going to GIVE me half a million dollars, just for nothing? That doesn't make sense.

My suggestion to you, sir, is to explain what you mean, and tell me what happened to Mr. John Sossou.

Sincerely, Mrs. P.E.Whytes
Pearl E. Whytes

[A slightly edited version goes to Goodlock...]

Mr. James Goodlock,

I'm terribly sorry, I do not know you. I wonder where is Mr. John Sossou? I was corresponding with him, but I had to be away from my computer for over a week, there was a death in the family, and I had to take an unexpected, and immediate trip to my late husband's family home. I was so exhausted when I returned to my home, I didn't even turn on the machine until just a few minutes ago.

I was surprised to hear from a Mr. Abdoulaye Alfari, and so I ask you, WHO IS THIS MAN? What does he refer to? Are you going to GIVE me half a million dollars, just for nothing? That doesn't make sense.

My suggestion to you, sir, is to explain what you mean, and tell me what happened to Mr. John Sossou. Have you done something with him? The courtest of a rapid reply will be greatly appreciated, thank you.

Sincerely, Mrs. P.E.Whytes

[Good luck, Goodlock...

Pearl E. Whytes

[When we left our saga, Sossou apparently was AWOL, or at least, MIA. Now, I gotta write to Sossou...]

My dear Mr. Sossou,

This morning, I got mail from a Mr. Abdoulaye Alfari, who wants to give me half a million dollars for my "assistance in his endeavour". I tell you the truth, when I say that I've never heard of this man, so how could I possibly assist him?

Since you are the only person I've been corresponding with, other than my friends, I thought I would ask you, do you know anything about this?

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
Abdoulaye Alfari

[ "Mr. Alfari" explains, in BIG, BOLD letters (note the IP-address)...]

Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2007

Mrs. P.E.Whytes,

I received your mail, I am Mr. Abdoulaye Alfari a partner with Mr.John Armel SOSSOU, Mr. John told me every thing you and him was doing before he traveled, and he drop a cheque of US$500,000.00 for you and he told me to make sure that I contact for you to contact his clark Mr James Goodluck.

Please you should contant Mr.James Goodluck for your cheque and let him know how he will send it to you.

Thanks,

Mr. Abdoulaye Alfari
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Abdoulaye Alfari,

I understand now who you are partner of Sossou, but I'm surprised to hear that he let you in on the deal, as he said we must be confidential about it, but I have another little question, it the clark's name GOODLOCK or GOODLUCK? I've seen it spelled it both ways, but before I contact him, I'd like to know which is the correct spelling.

Sossou says to contact: Mr.JAMES GOODLOCK.or you can also email him (jamesgoodlock7@yahoo.fr)then, you say: Mr.James Goodluck. Which is it? I certainly do not wish to insult the man by spelling his name wrong.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
James Goodlock

[ A mid-morning mail, check the IP address...]

Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2007
From: Mr JAMES GOODLOCK <jamesgoodlock7@yahoo.fr>

Thanks for your mail and swift response but sorry for my late response. Yes my boss left a cheque with me to be send to you as soon as you contact me but as instricted I will appreciate you reconfirm to me your full names and address, telephone number with a scanned copy of your valide identity card. Alos before I proceed with the sending of your cheque know that it is imperative you call me on my private line 00229 93145507 for us to discuss about the ways of making sure you get your cheque quickly.

I will be expecting your details and call as soon as possible.
Best regards,

Mr James Goodluck
+229 93 145507
Pearl E. Whytes
My dear Mr. Goodlock, or Goodluck, which is it?

On your e-mail address, it's 'GOODLOCK', and I addressed you as such, but you sign off as 'James GOODLUCK'. This is most confusing. Which is it?

My full name is: Pearl Elizabeth Whytes

My address: 49 S. Stompen degrapes, Strumpetshire-on-Blitz, U.K. 10S NE1

My bank: 49th St. Bank of Strumpetshire, U.K. ORU12

My best thought about this is to wire the money directly into my bank account. It would be ever so much easier than to post it to my home address. I will send the banking details to you, if this option is acceptable to you.

As you can probably guess, my sons are very excited about the prospect of me buying them new automobiles.

Thank you very much,

Mrs. P.E. Whytes
James Goodlock
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2007

Dear P.E.Whytes,

I am Mr Goodluck James. Goodlock is my email id as goodluck was not available for registration. Meanwhile, I am in good receipt of your mail and am working towards your request.

I will deposit the cheque with ECOBANK BENIN for transfer into your bank account. I hereby demand that you confirm your bank account informations for onward submition to the bank.

Thanks

Mr Goodluck James
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Goodluck,

Thank you for the explanation, I am quite satisfied with it as it stands. You should have my name and address, the e-mail address, of course, and the bank name.

The bank's address is:

49th St. Bank of Strumpetshire
4 W. 49th Street, Strumpetshire-on-Blitz, U.K. OHR U12
My account number is 48673-2645-377
Fastcode is 59022-8-4123JRK

Contact my banker, Jack Hoff

How long do you think it will take to get the information in order, so that we can get the transfer done? My sons are asking when they can get to car-shopping. Oh, the impatience of youth! If you have children, you know what I mean.

Sincerely, Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
James Goodlock
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007

Dear Ms Pearl E. Whytes,

Compliments, I have succeded in depositing your cheque with ECOBANK BAININ for onward transfer into your designated bank account. The bank manager demanded that you should open an account in the bank here from where the cheque will be deposited before transfer but I explained to him your far distance situation and your inability to come down to Benin therefore he accepted on the grounds that they will convert the cheque to cash and deduct the bank local transfer charges, Idea which I parmited.

He assured me that the transfer proccess will be concluded within 24hrs and he will furnish me with the transfer details accordignly.

Thanks

Mr James Goodluck
James Goodlock

[Bright 'n' early Monday...]

Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2007

Dear Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes

I am very glad to inform you that your fund has been transfered to your bank account this is going by the informations reaching me from the account officer ECOBANK Benin.

He said that going by the international transfer rules/regulation ecobank could not effect remittance to your account directly but has issued instruction by payment instrument to credit your account to their corresponding bank ''TD BANK FINANCIAL DROUP, MADRID, SPAIN''.

He assured me that as soon as the telegrphic copy is received in Spain that you will be contacted.

Please do not forget my past efforts. The bank details as send to me is as follows:

BANK NAME: TD Bank Financial Group
MADRID SPAIN .
BANK TEL: +34 658 549 591
BANK FAX: +34 911814136
BANK TEL/FAX +34 911814136
BANK EMAIL: tdbankfinancialgroup@excite.com
INFOR:info@tdb-fg.com
CONTACT PERSON: KELLY ANDERSON
PAYMENT DIRECTOR (TDBANK FINANCIAL Group)

Thanks

James Goodluck
Pearl E. Whytes

[Hmmmm. I wonder if "Kelly Anderson" will use the same computer/IP address, don't you? Let's see if we can find out. These go out right away, BCC to Agent S...]

Dear Kelly Anderson,

I am supposed to contact you regarding information about the transfer of a large amount of money to my bank account.

I will appreciate if we can finish up this business as soon as possible, I understood Mr. Goodluck in his mail of last Thursday, to mean that the funds would be transferred within 24 hours but so far, nothing has happened at my bank. I called them this morning.

For your convenience, I am repeating here my bank details:

49th St. Bank of Strumpetshire
4 W. 49th Street, Strumpetshire-on-Blitz, U.K. OHR U12
My account number is 48673-2645-377
Fastcode is 59022-8-4123JRK

Contact my banker, Jack Hoff

Sincerely, Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes

And...


Dear Mr. James Goodlock,

I'm not sure I understand this:
"...Please do not forget my past efforts..."

Sir, do you mean that I am to reward you? Are you not salaried? Do you work on a commission basis, perhaps a combination of the two forms of financial compensation?

I guarantee you, sir, that we will all get what we deserve in this transaction, at the end of it.

I contacted Kelly Anderson. Here is a copy of my mail, sent just this morning:

Dear Kelly Anderson,

...same letter...

Fastcode is: 59022-8-4123JRK


I do hope we can conclude this business soon. My sons are making my life quite unpleasant, with their car buying requests. One would think the money belongs to THEM!

Sincerely,
Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
Kelly Anderson

[WOW! I'm amazed! He doesn't use the same IP...]

Received: from [82.158.200.120] [Spain]
Mon, 08 Oct 2007

Attn:Mrs Pearl E.Whytes,

We wish to acknowledge the receipt of your file from our affiliated bank the EcoBank Benin Republic for the immediate remittance of your fund valued $500,000.00 into your nominated bank account and aslo your email as well for the reconfirmation of your bank account details where you want the fund to be transferred.

However,I wish to bring to your awareness that we are verifying your file and your payment has been scheduled for tomorrow so we shall send to you the credit advice through which you have to go through and comply with the directive for the immediate remittance of your fund without any further delays.

Shall keep you posted.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson
Swift Payment Director
TD Bank Financial Group
Madrid Spain.
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Kelly Anderson,

I am glad I checked my e-mail just before I was going to the stores. I would have been gone all day, so I can reply to your mail early.

Let us proceed as quickly as we can. I want to see that money in my account TOMORROW, as you say, and Mr. Goodlock has said a few times, but so far, no money.

What is the delay? Do you know?

Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
Kelly Anderson
Received: from [82.158.200.120]
Tue, 09 Oct 2007
Subject: Attached ic the payment advice.

Attn:Mrs.Pearl E.Whytes,

We have completed our verifications on your file and confirmed it for the swift wire transfer into your nominated bank account upon your compliance to our instruction.However,attached is the payment advice you have to comply with and forward the payment information to us for our confirmation and consequently transfer your fund without any further delays.

Waiting for your compliance.

Yours Faithfully
Mr.Kelly Anderson
Swift Payment Director
TD Bank Financial Group
Madrid Spain.

[He attaches a TIF to this, a typical Lad-letter on a letterheaded paper, the fee is a mere pittance, only £100!]

Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Kelly Anderson,

I have received your mail, and frankly, I can't understand why the payment fee of £100 can't be deducted from the $500,000.00. That would seem to be the most efficient way to handle this.

Please have the people in charge of this matter look into this.

Thank you,

Mrs. P.E.Whytes

~sigh~ Another day, another mail...

Kelly Anderson
Received: from [82.158.200.120]
Wed, 10 Oct 2007
Subject: Waiting for your compliance.

Attn:Mrs.Pearl E.Whytes,

we are still waiting for your compliance to enable the immediate remittance of your fund into your nominated bank account as programmed without delays.Note that upon the receipt of the required amount,that we shall note hesitate to remit your fund as we have been instructed.

Waiting for your compliance.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson

So I send him a copy of the one I wrote yesterday...

Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Kelly Anderson,

I have received your mail, and frankly, I can't understand why the payment fee of £100 can't be deducted from the $500,000.00. That would seem to be the most efficient way to handle this.

Please have the people in charge of this matter look into this.

Thank you,

Mrs. P.E.Whytes

A little later, he's moved to a different computer...

Kelly Anderson
Received: from [87.217.94.66]
Wed, 10 Oct 2007
Subject: Waiting for your compliance.

Attn:Mr.Pearl E.Whytes,

Sequel to the receipt of your email the board of directors of this bank wish to bring to your awareness that deducting from the initial sum of $500,000.00 but due to the fact that there is a comprehensive insurance policy on your fund and thats why you are required to send it before your fund could bve transferred as programmed.You should be rest assured that immediately upon the receipt of the required amount,we shall not hesitate to effect your fund without any further delay and send to you the international wire transfer slip for your confirmation.

Waiting for your compliance.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Kelly Anderson,

Why do you address me as a man, perhaps you do not remember that I am a woman?

"...Attn:Mr.Pearl E.Whytes..."

I believe that I told you twice, that I am a widow lady in Strumpetshire, U.K. You must be aware that the small amount of £100 is not a problem for me (my dead husband left me very well fixed financially). I am not rich, you understand, but I have plenty to live on.

I wonder, however, why you want to give me the money in United States DOLLARS, instead of British POUNDS? You do realize that the money would have to be converted to &poud;245,938 by my banker, Mr. Jack Hoff. (He may not be too keen on getting back to work at this sort of task, as he just returned to our little town, after suffering an humiliating defeat in the FlagellationFinals, Solo Division, at the FairfaxFloggingFestival, and he is NOT in good humour! Imagine being bested by that ruffian, Seymour Butts!)

And now, what on Earth do you mean by this:

"...to your awareness that deducting from the initial sum of $500,000.00 but due to the fact..."

I don't like to appear to you to be a stupid old woman, but I am beginning to wonder if you are in such a rush to conclude this matter, that you fail to write down all the words that you mean to. Are you going to deduct the fee of £100 from the £245,938 or no?

Are you truly in the banking business, don't you have a secretary to type all of your correspondence? Why do you compose all of your own letters, instead of dictating them to a secretary?

MRS. Pearl E. Whytes

I sent that twice, and it bounced. Twice. Time to take matters back to Lads 1 & 2 (Sossou & Abdoulaye)...

Pearl E. Whytes
I sent the following mail two times to Kelly Anderson, and it was returned both times. What happened to him? If he is on vacation, is there someone who is taking care of his duties and correspondence?
I would appreciate your soonest reply.
Thank you, PEWhytes

Dear Mr. Kelly Anderson,

Why do you address me as a man,

...same letter...

Why do you compose all of your own letters, instead of dictating them to a secretary?

MRS. Pearl E. Whytes

Let's see what happens...Well, I find out, and it's a huge TIF attachment, so I sent this back to the Lad...

Pearl E. Whytes
I had trouble opening your mail.

For some reason, the thing didn't open, and I was unable to read. Next time, please send it as e-mail attachment. It will be less trouble that way.

Waiting to hear from you, I remain, sincerely,

P.E.Whytes

Guess what! The 'fees' have increased a little, now they're a THOUSAND pounds...

Kelly Anderson
Received: from [82.158.200.120]
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007
Subject: Waiting for your prompt compliance.

Attn:Mrs.Pearl E.Whytes,

This is to acknbowledge the receipt of your email and also to inform you that we are really sorry that you could not open the attachment but there is nothing we could do since you do not have a fax machine where we could send it by fax,however you are required to pay the total sum of 1ounds pounds which is for the E.U Transfer Statutory Deposit Charge to enable us secure the Payment Security Confirmation Code (PSCC) for the immediate remittance of your fund into your nominated bank account.

Furthermore,you are to send the money by western union through the name of our treasury department officer name for faster confirmation and forward the payment details to us for the consequent release of your fund without further delays.Meanwhile,you must understand that your total sum is under comprehensive issurance policy and for that reason we do not have the legal right to deduct until it gets to your account and below is the name through which you are to send the 1000 pounds and forward the payment details.

NAME:MARIA PEREZ
ADDRESS:CALLE MELILLA 12,MADRID SPAIN.

Note that upon the confirmation of the required charge,we shall not hesitate to remit your fund as scheduled and send the international wire transfer slip for your confirmation.

Waiting for your compliance.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson.
Pearl E. Whytes
Mr. Kelly Anderson,

When I opened my morning e-mail, I found your mail, and I was confused by this: "...sum of 1ounds pounds..." I thought about it for a while, and then it dawned on me! It was just a typo, an error! Later in the mail, I see where you've written 1000 pounds, so I know that's what you mean. But I still don't understand why you cannot deduct the E.U Transfer Statutory Deposit Charge from the $500.000 (now £&poud;44,350)just last week, the rate was £245,938, so you see, with all your delays, and dilly-dallying, my money is now worth fewer British pounds.

It would certainly expedite the matter, and make it more convenient, as well, if you will get in touch with Mr. Jack Hoff at the Strumpetshire bank, and arrange to wire-transfer into my account, which I have given you the particulars. Then you may deduct your fee to secure the Payment Security Confirmation Code (PSCC) at that time. I'm sure you will agree that this would be the quickest way to do this.

I shall be home all week, and I certainly hope we can conclude this business before I lose too many more British pounds--this latest delay has cost me nearly £1600. Mr. Anderson, I hope to hear from you soon.

Thank you, Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
Kelly Anderson
Received: from [82.158.200.120]
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007

Attn:Mrs.Pearl E.Whytes,
This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email and also to inform you that we are really sorry but there is no way we can effect your transfer without you making the required payment as directed so if you wish to stop loosing more money due to the exchange rate you should proceed and make the payment as directed to enable the immediate remittance of your fund valued $500,000 into your nominated bank account.
Note that we shall note hesitate to release your fund as scheduled upon your compliance to our instruction so be advised to make the payment and get back to us with the payment details. Waiting for your compliance to enable the release of your fund without further delays.
Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson.
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Kelly Anderson,

I have received your mail, and I will follow your directive, even though I don't entirely agree with it. I will get down to the bank today, and see about a money wire transfer.

Do I send it to your bank? Will you give me the exact account number where it will be sent? I have to see my banker Mr. Hoff, anyway, so he will be taking care of this for me.

Regards, Mrs. P.E.Whytes
Kelly Anderson

Monday's mail...

Received: from [82.158.200.120]
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007

Subject: Waiting for your prompt compliance.

Attn:Mrs.Pearl Whytes,
This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email and also to inform you that the content was understood and well noted,due to time factor you are hereby advised to send the money through western union money transfer to the name of our treasury department officer and forward the information so as to facilitate and consequently remit your fund into your account so that your will stop loosing due to the exchange conversation that is not stable and below is the name through which you are to send the 1000 pounds and forward the information.
NAME:MARIA PEREZ
ADDRESS:CALLE MELILLA 12,289008 MADRID SPAIN.
Do not hesitate to forward the payment details for our confirmation,and we hereby assure you that upon the confirmation of the required amount for the code we shall not hesitate to effect the transfer and send you the international wire transfer slip for your perusal.
Waiting for your compliance.
Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson
James Goodlock
Received: from [41.223.251.20]
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007

Dear Pearl E. Whytes,

Compliments of the day. I deem it neccesary and obligatory to enquire about the current position of your fund on transfer. Please if the fund has been transfered to your bank account do not hesitate to inform me just for accountability and record purposes.

Thanks
James Goodluck.

These, of course, get an immediate response. Same letter to both of 'em...

Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Sir,

I have just got word that the money is now worth £244,093 which is £1,845 LESS than it was worth just 2 weeks ago. What is happening to my money? I am frantic with worry!

I spoke with Mr. Hoff at my bank, and he assures me that wire transfer takes only a moment or two, and does not require my having to locate a Western Union office. I can accomplish everything at the bank, without having to waste petrol travelling all over the countryside searching in the town 20km away, for a Western Union station.

Another thing. In reviewing the letter sent on the 9th of October, I see the transfer fees are only £100, and last week they had increased 10-fold, to £1,000! Will you give me an explanation of this? I didn't see this error until early this morning, and I want answers!

Mrs. P.E.Whytes
Kelly Anderson

Monday's mail...

Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007

Attn:Mrs.Pearl E.Whytes,
This is to inform you from our remittance department that we have putting every necessary machinary in for the immediate release of your fund into your nominated bank account hoping your were going send the required as you indicated in your email,however I wish to bring to notice that you are the one delaying the final transfer of your fund.
Meanwhile,we are still for your compliance and immediately upon our receipt of the required amount,we shall not hesitate to effect your fund into your nominated bank account.
Waiting for your compliance.
Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. Kelly Anderson,

Very well, I will go to the bank and withdraw the £100 from my account. Where do you want it sent, do you want me to wire-transfer it or not?

Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
Kelly Anderson

The Lad explains a typo, and is getting agitated...

Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007

Attn:Mrs.Pearl Whytes,
Madam we have given you enough explanation and time in this very transfer and I think is high time you understand that we have other things and not just your transfer,However like you were instructed earlier that without the required code that will enable us secure the Payment Security Confirmation Code (PSCC) that we can not be given the final instruction for the remittance of your fund into your account as we have been directed.
Meanwhile,the required amount is 1000 pounds and not 100 pounds so if there is any places in any of the documents or email sent to you,you saw 100 pounds then you should know that it was a typographical erro and you should disregards it because what is required for the code that will enable remit your fund is 1000 pounds.And also note that it would not be wise for tobe lossing money due to exchange rate just because you are required to pay 1000pounds moreover western union office is everywhere so you need not to say that you are looking for it every where is a very popular place and also there is every possilities that the rate will still go down the more.
Based on the above,I will advice that you proceed and make the payment as you have been direaWcted and forward the western union payment details to this bank to enable the immediate release of your fund as it has been programmed for (KTT) electronic transfer for the immediate confirmation into you bank account.
Waiting for your prompt compliance.
Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson
Pearl E. Whytes

Incensed, Pearl fires back...

Dear Kelly Anderson,

I distinctly remember your first letter explaining the fees that would have to be paid before the money could be transferred. It mentioned the amount £100 TWICE.

I agreed with the amount of £100 in the three responses I sent you. No word was sent by you to correct any mistake that was supposedly made--a typographical error is always a single occurance! If the cost is mentioned a second time, one believes it to be the correct amount.

A short time later the cost had risen to £1000, ten times the original amount, but I didn't catch the discrepancy until 2 days ago! Usually, I see these things right away, but I guess age is beginning to catch up with me. My sons Huey, Dewey, and Louie, tell me that all the time, but I always laughed it off. Now that this thing with you and your bank is beginning to cost me more and more money, what with the pound losing value against the American dollar, and you increasing the procurement fees, I must take extreme umbrage!

And, I don't like the tone of your "...I think is high time you understand that we have other things and not just your transfer..." That sort of attitude would certainly not win any customers here in Britain! Bankers here treat each customer as if he or she is their ONLY customer, and with respect and courtesy!

Who do you think you are, and with whom do you think you are dealing? I am not some little old lady whom you can just order about! Either climb down from your high-horse and apologise, and act like some sort of gentleman, or you may say GoodBye to this lady.

Mrs. P.E.Whytes
Kelly Anderson
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2007

Waiting for your prompt compliance.

Attn:Mrs.Pearl Whytes,
We are really sorry if you have been offended you in the tone of our emailbut we have discussed this very issue for a very long time and like you indicated in your email that you are lossing money over the loss of dollars to pounds,however the original amount required to secure the PSCC is 1000 pounds and without the required amount there is no way we can get the final release instruction from the Central Bank of Spain.
I will advice that you try as much as possibe to send the money as directed,meanwhile is your fund that we are about to transfer so there is no use telling us that you are going to leave it just for the required amount so advice that you do what you have to do immediately and get back to us to enable the prompt remittance of your fund into your nominated bank account.
Waiting for your compliance.
Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson.
Pearl E. Whytes
Kelly Anderson,

Very well. I just called the bank and it is closed for the day, so I'll go tomorrow morning. Do you still want the money sent by moneygram to:

NAME:MARIA PEREZ
ADDRESS:CALLE MELILLA 12,289008 MADRID SPAIN.

Or has that changed, as well?

Mrs. Pearl Elizabeth Whytes
Kelly Anderson
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007
Subject: Waiting for your prompt compliance.

Attn:Mrs.Pearl Whytes,

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your email and also to inform you that the name you have for the purpose of sending the required amount is right and you can send it through western union or money gram which ever way and forward the payment details to this bank for our confirmation.
NAME:MARIA PEREZ
ADDRESS:CALLE MELILLA 12,289008 MADRID SPAIN.
You should note that your transfer is ready waiting for your compliance to enable secure the code for the immediate remittance of your fund without further delays.
Waiting for your compliance.
Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson.
Pearl E. Whytes

I wrote this letter, but I won't send it yet...

Dear Kelly Anderson,

I went this morning to my bank, and I want to tell you about a very interesting conversation I had with Jack Hoff, my banker. He's been a friend for over 40 years, he went to school with my late husband, he's even godfather to one of my sons, so I trust him implicitly.

When I went into the bank to see him, Jack asked me how I was, and I told him that I was about to come into a large amount of money, but I needed to withdraw some of my savings, in order to secure some documentation.

"How much money are you supposed to get?" he asked. I told him that it would be nearly a quarter-million pounds, the sum mentioned was $500,000 U.S.

"What's the name of the receiver bank, and did I need a wire-transfer?" Jack asked, but I told him no, the £1000 should be in cash.

"A thousand pounds in CASH? Where is this money supposed to go?" I said, "I'm supposed to use Western Union, and send it to a woman in Madrid, Spain."

"What bank are you dealing with?"

I said, "TDBank Financial Group in Madrid, that's the EcoBank corresponding bank in Spain."

After looking it up on his Bank's computer system, he said, "There's no link whatever, in the bank search. I don't think such a bank exists, and this system would know if it does!"

Then, Jack proceeded to tell me about the 419-scams, and the con-men who try to swindle their victims out of many thousands of pounds! I couldn't believe it! I told him about John Sossou, and Abdoulaye Alfari, and Chukwu Farleigh, and James Goodluck, and you! He said, "More than likely, "they" are all the same scammer, working from some dirty internet cafe in Lagos, Nigeria. They tell you to send some money, then they want more, and more, and more! They don't care if you give them all your money, if you have to borrow or steal more, they don't care! Whatever you do, don't send any money to anybody! But, if you want to have some fun with him, tell him you've got the money, and you will send it, and wait to see what he does when it never comes to him."

I said that I couldn't be that cruel. We said our good-byes, and I came back home.

So, there you have it. I was saved by my dear old friend, Jack Hoff. I hope you have a lovely evening thinking of all the time you've wasted trying to swindle this "stupid old lady", you criminal.

Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes

From Western Union's website:

Remember that Western Union does not require a receiver to present a money transfer control number (MTCN) to pick up funds.

Discontinue any transaction in which you are instructed or coached on how to respond to questions asked by Western Union. This is a sure sign of fraud.

But, YES! I CAN BE THAT CRUEL!! I send this one, instead. (I'll wait a week or so, then I'll send the flip-off)...

Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Kelly Anderson,

The £1000 is on its way. You were right, there are Western Union offices all about. I'd never looked for one before, so it didn't make any difference to me.

Recipient: MARIA PEREZ ADDRESS: CALLE MELILLA 12,289008 MADRID SPAIN.
Tell your Ms. Perez the test question is: For what purpose? The answer: Payment fees.

The control number is 9892739373-07

Mrs. P.E.Whytes
Kelly Anderson

Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007

Subject: Waiting for your prompt response

Attn: Mrs.Pearl Whytes,

Sequel to the receipt of the payment details you send to us, I wish to inform you that the MTCN is not correct so I want you to go through the receipt very well as Mrs Maria Perez was informed that the number is not 9892739371-07 moreover the number is suppose to be 10 digits number so you can as well scan the western union receipt and send it or you send it to our fax number as is stated here for our perusal 0034911814136.

However, you should be rest assured that upon our receipt of the receipt either by fax or by email attachment so that we can get the right number that your fund will be remitted into your nominated bank account and the international slip sent to you for your confirmation. Furthermore, that we have scheduled your transfer for today so you should not hesitate to get back to us with the correct information.

Waiting for your prompt response.

Yours Faithfully,

Mr.Kelly Anderson.

I wonder if I can dangle him over the weekend...

Kelly Anderson
Received: from [82.158.200.120]
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2007

Subject: Waiting for your prompt compliance.

Attn:Mrs,Pearl Whytes,

We dont understand if you are realy serious with this transfer or not because you last email stated that you have sent the 1000 pounds through western union and and also with control number so since you did not send the money through western union how come you sent us email recepian name and also with a contro number.

However,madam this will serve as our last email to you,you have the information through which you are to make the payment so when you are ready to make the payment you should keep us informed as we are not ready for your jokes and whatever you think you are doing and moreover for the last time the required amount is not 100 pounds but is 1000 pounds.

Have a nice weekend.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson
Swift Payment Director
TD Bank Financial Group.
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Kelly Anderson,

Silly me! I am so embarrassed to tell you that I mis-read the thing, I guess I should get some new spectacles from my oculist, Dr. Pierce Urlipps. He's been telling me for a few years that I should do something about my glasses, and now I've read the numbers wrong, and put you through all this turmoil and trouble. I wouldn't blame you if you truly did think you are dealing with a stupid old lady! It was all my fault, and I sincerely apologize again for putting you such inconveniences.

Somehow or another, I will get him to open his optical shop for me tomorrow, and get me fixed up with some new trifocal glasses, the ones I have are almost 10 years old, Dr. Urlipps told me to replace them every 5 years, but I thought I could see all right, but your letter tells me I was wrong.

Mr. Anderson, I don't know how old a fellow you are, but I warn you, take good care of your eyesight, as if you make mistakes of this nature, as I did, people will think of you as quite foolish, rather than just absent-minded.

Again, my sincere regrets and apology.

Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes

More to come? I don't know...I waited for a reply until Tuesday, then I sent the flip-off mail at 10AM. I'll update if I get a reply...

Kelly Anderson

So, bright and early Thursday morning...

Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007

Subject: Waiting for your prompt compliance

Attn:Pearl Whytes,

We have received and considered your apology so what you have to do is to scan the western union receipt and send by email attachment or by fax to enable us conclude this transaction of yours without any further delays.

Waiting for your compliance.

Yours Faithfully,
Mr.Kelly Anderson.
Pearl E. Whytes

I send him the flip-off letter again. Will he take a thinly-veiled hint? Stay tuned...

Dear Kelly Anderson,

I went this morning to my bank, and I'll tell you about a very interesting conversation I had with Jack Hoff...

[...same letter I sent Tuesday...]

[ ...you criminal.]

Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes

From Western Union's website:

Remember that Western Union does not require a receiver to present a money transfer control number (MTCN) to pick up funds.

Discontinue any transaction in which you are instructed or coached on how to respond to questions asked by Western Union. This is a sure sign of fraud.

(note from Pearl: "STICK A FORK IN 'IM. 'E'S DONE!!!")

An interesting aside, raynaz picked up her ringing phone a week or so ago, and a DECIDEDLY foreign-accented voice asked for "Pearl", actually, "Pull".

Deciding to play along, raynaz asked the caller what this concerned, and was told that he represented an organization that helped fraud victims recover any money lost. He asked if Pearl had lost any money, and how much?

Pulling a number from thin air,"$65,000", raynaz explained that Pearl wasn't home now, but would be available the next morning. This lad didn't explain how he got the number, which he recited as, "**-**-***-***", (in true Laddian fashion) but rang off, and called the next day.

"Pearl" answered the phone, and played innocent, and told Lad that she banked at the "Bank of Arizona" and gave him a string of numbers culled from the calendar, so easily remembered. Lad wanted $395 for this 'service' of his, and Pearl kept repeating "Put the $65 thousand back into my checking account, then we'll talk about your $395."

This went back and forth for a few minutes, then "Pearl" told Lad that her son, a member of the Anti-fraud Unit of the police department...(not really) had warned her about scams, and she knew what he was up to. She started laughing at him, and he called her, "Dirty bitch!" twice, and then things got really vulgar. Lad had just worked himself up to the "m-f-ing (something or another), and I hung up on him.

He called right back, but I let the answer-machine get it, and was treated to a very loud tirade of profanity that I hadn't heard since the old Navy days! I turned down the volume, so I wouldn't have to hear it, and deleted the message.

He hasn't called back. ~whew~

So, stick another fork in him. He's done here, too!

Best, your fiend, raynaz
James Goodlock
Received: from [41.223.251.66]
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008
Dear Mrs Pearl ,

I am still waiting to hear from you, are you ok now? please get back to me regards to our plans on how to have you fund without delay.

Waiting to hear from you at the ealiest.

Mr. James Goodluck.
Pearl E. Whytes
Dear Mr. James Goodluck, or is it Goodlock?

I've seen you spell it both ways, so I am unsure.

Thank you for your patience, I am sorry I haven't written for some time, I've been feeling very unwell for a couple of months, so I saw my Doctor, and I'm afraid that I will have to beg your kind indulgence for a few more days.

I've been informed by Doctor Dolittle that I must undergo surgery immediately! I am not sure what he suspects, but I must appear at hospital this very afternoon, to prepare for the operation!

I will have to suspend our dealings for a few days, until I am well enough to return to my home. If you will be so kind, please excuse me from our business for at least 5 days. I will write you when I am able.

Thank you, Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes
James Goodlock
Received: from [41.223.251.66]
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008
From: jamesgoodlock@yahoo.fr

Subject: Remain blessed.

Dear Mrs Pearl E. Whytes.

This is to inform you that your mail have been received and the contents well understood. I will waiting to hear from you as soon as you are out from the hospital because health first before business.

I wish you good health, God will be with you through out your stay in the huspital.

Thanks and God bless.

Jame Goodluck is my name.
Hubert H. Whytes

[Oh, dear! Distressing, bad news from Pearl's son...]

Mr. Jame Goodluck,

I don't know what kind of business you think you have with my mother, Mrs. Pearl E. Whytes, but it would be in your best interest to cease and refrain from any further communication with her, you would be wasting your time. She is no longer the person we knew.

As you may remember, Mrs. Whytes had to undergo surgery a few weeks ago, and there were several serious complications, that resulted in her having to move into a nursing home, where she will spend the rest of her days. The doctors said it is only a matter of weeks before she will die a very unpleasant and painful death.

Apparently, removal of the Sensayuma Majoris is more dangerous operation than we were led to believe. Remember my mother well, she was a loving and very generous person before this surgery. Now she is just a vegetable, waiting to die. She barely remembers me, and does not know her grandchildren at all. It is very sad.

Sincerely, Hubert H. Whytes

James Goodlock
Received: from [41.223.251.66]
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2008

Dear Hubert H. Whytes,

I am was very sad and unhappy to hear this story about your mother, but i alway put her in my prayers i belive God that he will heal you mother to her normal live again, nothing is too dificulte for God to do no sickness no deceased is had for God to cure , so i beleive very well that my God will heal your mother in Jesus name.

Well to the main point my dear, i am only helping your mother to get her fund here to be transfered in her account that all so i will be very happy you continue were your mother stoped because i will be very happy if the fund will be in her account as soon as possible.

So my dear kindly talk to your mother she will explain more about this transaction and then you get back to me at the earliest.

Once again your mother will be healed in Jesus name i pray.

James Goodluck.
Hubert H. Whytes
To Jame Goodlock, or whatever your name is,

What fund are you talking about? Mother mentioned that she was going to get money from some guy in Africa, but I don't know the details. What kind of a deal have you got going with my mother? I want to tell her that you have contacted me, but I don't want to give her any more worries, all she does now is lie in bed and moan, but if I tell her about you, it may upset her.

Are you trying to make her suffer even more, these last few days of her life?

Your statements are meant to be reassuring, I know, but nothing can save her life. My mother is just too sick. Thanks anyway. I'm sure you mean well.

Hubert H. Whytes
James Goodlock
Received: from [41.223.251.66]
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008

Dear Hubert H. Whytes

Thanks for your mail once again, please i will advice you not to let your mother's money with the bank go in vain after all her suffrings and money wasted. I am her legal representative here.

So if you need details from me you have to give me your private number for me to detail you all you need to know concerning your mother's fund here in Africa.

I wait to hear from you at the earliest.

Thanks and God bless.

Yours.

James Goodluck.
Hubert H. Whytes

[6March, Thursday morning. Time to let go...]

Goodlock,

As you know, my mother became very ill following her surgery to repair her Sensayuma Majoris. It was quite apparent that she would not live beyond a few days. Too true, as she died on Monday. Yesterday, we buried her next to Dad in the cemetery.

Both my brothers, Dewey and Louie, and most of the rest of the family agree with me that the main cause of her rapid decline was the constant worry about this money you were going to give her. In other words, you helped kill her.

Needless to say, we are selling Mother's house, and the reading of her Will is to happen in the law offices of her long-time attorney, Hugh Jardon.

This is the final e-mail message that will be sent from Mother's account, I am closing it after I send this to you. Do not waste your time to reply.

Hubert H. Whytes

Goodbye, Pearl, we'll miss you..~snif~...

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