Since the last time I made a post about spam mail, I unsurprisingly got more spam from spastics pretending to be something their not. Sadly, most of the spam I get is *still* from the "Parking Service" (see the last post), so there is no real point in posting the same shit again.

But, luckily for myself, I got two new and interesting spam E-Mails that I think you - yes, you! - may enjoy to read.

From: JEAN ARICKSON <jea[...]>
To: Clive Python <>

Dear Sir,

Good day. I am Jean Arickson, a wealth manager with Cadiz Asset Management based in South Africa.
One of the clients in my portfolio is interested in investing in your country and he has asked me to
help him seek private business owners and investors who may be interested in this proposition.
The investment portfolio is to the tune of $73.8 Million USD (Seventy Three Million,
Eight Hundred Thousand US Dollars).

I am contacting you to find out if you would be interested in this proposal. Due to my clients
political position in his country, he wants this done as discreetly as possible.
We will handle all the logistics for the movement of the funds to you.

Kindly contact me if you think you can handle this and if your company has any
existing of pending projects that needs funding. The easiest way to contact me is via my email address.

I have decided to keep this very short for now and will give you more information
and all the relevant details when I receive a positive response from you.

Best regards,
Jean Arickson.

So our first mail comes from someone called Jean Arickson who says that he works for Cadiz Asset Management, what's funny is that Cadiz Asset Management is a real company, with a real website* that seems to have been up since 2000, and according to FlagFox, is indeed located in South Africa.

However, as expected, "Jean Arickson" is made up, as the name is not listed on the Cadiz Asset Management website at all. Plus, by looking up Jean's name on the Web, only gets random links. Nice try, scum-bag!

Subject: FMF
From: Cynthia Eden <gt[...]>
To: Clive Python <>

Attn: Beneficiary

They branch manager of United nation Compensation Payment Board, Lome Togo, and i write you with great pleasure.
The united nation in Republic of Togo in conjunction with the ICC (International Criminal Court) United Nations, United States of American, World Bank towards the eradication of Crime associated with internet fraudsters and scam Artists Worldwide, be inform We have been able to track down so many of this scam artist in various parts of west African countries using the name of some RUSSIA name's to steal money from innocent people.

The United Nation Anti-crime commission and the United State Government have ordered the money recovered from the Scam Artist to be shared among 100 Lucky people around the globe.This email is been directed to you because your email data was found in one of the scam Artists file and computer hard disk in our custody here.
Since your name appeared among the lucky beneficiaries who will receive this compensation of $800,000.Dollars,(Eight hundred thousand dollars) we have arranged your payment through our TOGO Compensation Payment Center (TCPC). I write to inform you that we will be sending you $5,000.00 Dollars daily from our office here as we have been given the mandate to transfer your full compensatory payment of $800,000.00 Dollars by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE. Your Personal Identification Number given by the I.M.F Team is [REMOVED BY OWLMAN]. Here is the payment information that we shall be using to forward your daily remittance.

Sender's Name: Cynthia Eden
Question: Payment
Answer: Yes
Amount: $5,000.00 Dollars
City: Lome
Country: Togo

AGENT Email: cy[...]
Name: Cynthia Eden
send your details to our agent as she will proceed to send your MTCN immediately.

Good luck,
Dr. Bello A Sousou,
Chairman, General Controller,
UN Compensation Board,

The second E-Mail is really weird, for one it's worded poorly, secondly it would seem that the "TOGO Compensation Payment Center" slash The UN slash United States of American slash World Bank are informing me that "scam artist in various parts of west African countries using the name of some RUSSIA name's to steal money from innocent people" - ???

Okaaay? So the E-Mail goes on by telling us that my E-Mail data was found on one of the "scam Artists file and computer hard disk". So is the E-Mail trying to tell me I've been scammed, or...??? But the UN and US Gov' have ordered the money recovered to be given to 100 lucky people and not the people scammed???

So because I'm one of the lucky 100, I'll be given $5,000.00 Dollars daily??? Cool???

*I've linked to the archive of the site just to be safe.

Written by Clive "James" Python, 2018-02-13.*/