View Full Version : Anyone want some cash?

03-Apr-08, 13:57
Got this in an e-mail this morning,don't these people realise most have heard of these silly scams.........

From The Desk Of:
Dr Paul Acquah.
Executive Governor
Bank of Ghana.

Attn: Sir/Madam


Following the protest from the International Community, The World Bank and IMF, the President, Republic of Ghana has directed us that all outstanding foriegn debts should be released to the benefeciaries forthwith unconditionally.

From the records of outstanding debts due for payment with the Government of Ghana, your name was discovered as next on the list of the outstanding who have not received their payments. We wish to inform you that your payment is being processed and will be released to you as soon as you respond to this letter.

Please re-confirm to me the following:

1) Your full name
2) Home address.
3) Phone and mobile number #.
4) Nearest airport to your city.

As soon as these informations are received, your payment will be made to you either by telegraphic transfer to your nominated account from Bank of Ghana or by cash delivery which will be delivered to your doorstep.

Your immediate response is highly needed.

Cordially yours,

Dr. Paul Acquah
Governor, BOG
Accra, Ghana.

you can be sure if you supply your details the letters asking to set up an account for or give out bank details will come pouring in, not to mention more spam e-mails and phone calls,if there is all this money they should use it to feed their own people...maybe then they woudn't have to chop their wild life to make a few extra quid to survive.......

03-Apr-08, 14:09
Colloquially; 'Nigerian scams', have a look at this site; http://www.ukapas.ross-web.org.uk/ (http://www.ukapas.ross-web.org.uk/) (mainly for acommodation providers) run by a Highland lad!

03-Apr-08, 21:40
oh i have recieved lots of them best thing to do hit the delete button.