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“China falls for Nigerian 419 confidence trick”


In the world’s most successful email scam, Chinese President Xi Jinping has agreed to give Nigeria a $1.1bn loan. Beijing officials have been embarrassed by the release the following email exchange: 

Xi Jinping 习近平

Still waiting for the powdered Rhino Horn he was promised (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

________________________________________
From: Spanishprisoner@fake.co.ng
To: Xijinping@hotmail.com
Subject: Low-interest Loan
Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2013 10:10:14


Dear Peoples of China,

I am President Goodluck Jonathan. I am conversant with world news and have found your high repute, trustworthiness and contact details through personal research.

On the 21st of June 2012, a Mr. China, his wife and their extended relatives were involved in a fatal car accident along Lagos – Ibadan express road. I repose great confidence in you, as you share the same surname, that you can help repatriating their 200,000 barrels of crude oil before they get confiscated or declared unserviceable by the bank.

________________________________________
From: Xijinping@hotmail.com
To: Spanishprisoner@fake.co.ng
Subject: Low-interest Loan
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2013 10:10:14

Hiya Jonathan (or is it Goodluck?),

This sounds like a great opportunity! Almost too good to be true 😀 Please tell me more.

Big Hugs

The Xi Man!

________________________________________
From: Spanishprisoner@fake.co.ng
To: Xijinping@hotmail.com
Subject: Maghas found
Date: Tues, 15 Jul 2013 90:10:14

Please my dear,

I repose great confidence in you. I have secretly deposited a key to the oil in a metal box consignment with Security Deposit Number 00SUCKER56. I have all necessary legal documents; all I require from you is your pin number, naked photos of your wife and $1.7bn of infrastructure contracts. Once the money is transferred, phone me on 0766GFk$722. This will be a source of upliftment to me and you also.

________________________________________

A Mr G.Osborne (of 11 Downing Street) has also been identified as having invested the UK’s gold reserves in a Russian mail-order-bride scam.

by @Wrenfoe

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5 comments on ““China falls for Nigerian 419 confidence trick”

  1. Mike Lince
    July 25, 2013

    I sent the Prince of Nigeria my bank information to help them transfer money to my account. I even gave them a loan. I never heard back. Are you sure this isn’t a scam?

    Like

  2. Sean Smithson
    July 25, 2013

    Big hugs, The Xi Man… brilliant. Just brilliant.

    Like

    • Wrenfoe
      July 26, 2013

      I think he’s definitely a “hugs” kind of guy 😀

      Like

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