Scam Warrior Super Hero

Phil Lancaster

Wow, two grammatical errors in just the Subject line: "Dear Esteemed Customer, Its My Pleasure Contacting You Today. !" Can you spot them?

Its should be It's and the end contains two punctuation marks, a period followed by a space and an exclamation mark.

Still, even though I'm not actually their customer, it's so nice to be thought of as "esteemed".

And I loved the "afflicted" (not "affiliated") Bank of India!


Dear Esteemed Customer,

We are writing to inform you that due to the delay in your response we have finally agreed to release your Fund to the Indian Bank for immediate transfer to any personal bank account of your choice and after the prestigious board of trustees meeting held on Thursday last week the transaction was approved and we have transferred your fund to our afflicted Bank Of India Head Office New Delhi India. So kindly contact  Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) on the details below with all your details such as Receiver's Name, Current Address,Telephone  #, e-mail ID and account details of your choice where the Fund US$2.850 Million will be transferred to.

Below are their contact details:

(RBI Bank)

RESERVE BANK OF INDIA (Foreign Transfer Unit).

Address: 6 Sansad Marg, New Delhi - 110001, India.

Contact Person: DR. S. R. PARAKH

General Manager, Foreign Transfer Unit.

E-Mail: ( rbibannk.org.in@gmail.com )

Kindly contact the  Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) Director Dr. S. R. Parakh as soon as you have received this mail today because i have forwarded all your details to them and they will be waiting for you to contact them in regards to the transfer of your Fund to your personal bank account without any delay.

I wait for your update as soon as you have received your Fund from the Reserve Bank Of India.

Sincerely~~~

Committee Secretary General

Federal Ministry Of Finance

Mr. Lewis George.

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