I believe I am dead.Â I am not certain though.Â You read the letter and tell me what you think.
Your will has been executed.Â Now is come to distribute your properties and monies.Â As beneficiary, you stand to inherit all.Â First must be paid the taxes of inheritance.Â Contact me for particulars.
Attorny in Law
I think being the beneficiary of my own will rather defeats the purpose, don’t you?Â On the other hand, maybe I have figured out a way to take it with me … too bad there’s nothing to take!
51 thoughts on “Say What?!”
Definitely a missed opportunity. I hope you are resting in peace.
Nessa — after this vacation, my feet wish that, too!
Love it. That’s a new one on me. You CAN take it with you.
Raven — now I just wish I had some IT to take!
These scammers are a bit stupid aren’t they? LOL
Akelamalu — they must be to think that we are!
And I thought I had heard all the “lawyer” stories!! Yea! you can take it with you indeed — well, for sure I wouldn’t need anything more than a coin purse! Enjoy the day!
Sylvia — neither would I!
I am surprised you open your spam mail. Aren’t you afraid of clicking on a virus? Be careful!
Gigi — have you heard of web-based emails? I do not open this in my own program.
Obviously someone whose first language is not English or Legalese! Ha ha!
Randy Alcorn says you can’t take it with you, but you CAN send it on ahead! Google him if you haven’t heard about him. Very inspiring guy.
Kelley — I read his book — in fact, I won it from Linda at Mocha With Linda.
Good grief!! Will spams never cease?
Kay — not as long as there’s possible profit.
I guess some people must be really gullible, if they fall for this. And some people must…. why else would they keep sending such stupid stuff!?
Betty — indeed!
That’s a new one. I didn’t know lawyers could communicate beyond the grave…:)
I have noticed. though, that when I open my spam mail I get more of it. But that may just be with my AOL address — they have a way, or they used to, anyway, to send things with a “return receipt” that let a sender know whether another AOL recipient opened the e-mail or not.
Barbara — I don’t “do” aol, and I don’t “open” these. They come into my comment box — just like your comments do, but they get shuffled to a spam folder. I can see each comment to approve or delete it.
Melli — it’s okay. The streets in Heaven are paved in gold. I have no need for earthly treasures.
How do you read an executed will? All those bullet holes … Such a document is no more than a piece of rubbish. And rubbish, of course, may be shot.
Shooting is too good for these spammers.
“Attorny in Law” …
Shouldn’t that be “Attorney At Law” ?
Maybe his sister married a drug runner. But seriously, folks, dude can’t be sued for misrepresenting a profession he can’t even spell. How dumb can he be? We’re all talking about him …
How rude. I’m quite positive I corrected my own comment, which left two comments. Miraculously there is now only one. I am now talking about him again in terms of a missing comment.
Karen — Amoeba edited you in the belief that he was sparing you embarrassment. He had no idea you’d made your “mistake” on purpose. We will know in future.
Scammers are not smart.
Gel — unfortunately, some people are even dumber, or the spammers would be out of business.
When I used to practice criminal defense law, I had to remind myself, “they’re not criminals because they’re exceptionally smart; they’re criminals because they’re exceptionally LAZY!” And most of my clients were the latter. They all THOUGHT they were the former. Ha ha
Kelley — I take it the law proved them wrong?
I see that this Mr. Suyat is buttering you up by making you his relative, a strange sounding in-law.
Mr. Suyat isn’t through yet. He will want your date of birth, SSN, and mother’s maiden name. And perhaps a little more, generally not a bank account or credit card per se. He will get that on his own. He is an attorney, you know.
Who knows, you might even have to send a little deposit of some sort.
Jim — if he wants in one hand an …. well, you know. The only thing he’ll get to deposit from me is some advice — go bark up someone else’s tree!
You always get the good letters! Do these scammers seek you out?
CL — Yes! They post them on my blog and Akismet scrapes them into a special file which I open on occasion in search of nonsense.
That is so cool to know that you can blog from the Afterlife.
SN — isn’t it?
Susan — I was!
It so good to get your money after your dead, but not needed.That letter is a prize.
Betty — it was worth more in laughs then any inheritance I might leave.
Haha! I LOVE spam sometimes 🙂 Oh, and good thinking leaving all your belongings to yourself. It makes it very hard for others to argue about your will this way.
Teresa — that is true., isn’t it?!
My goodness, people can come up with the strangest things trying to fool people. But, actually they make a total fool of themselves. LOL
Rosidah — yes, and I like to help that along by pointing out how stupid spammers are.
I’m glad neither you nor your will has been executed yet!
Linda — truth to tell, so am I!
Okay, that was funny!
Anna — wasn’t it though?
Well, it was, but you know may be not if you are dead, lol. BTW you should contact him too. Anna 🙂
Now this was funny, but I how many actually would think it was real.
Bill — the believing part makes it sad, too.
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