I wonder anyone expects a fax like this to be taken seriously.
Against all my proofreader's instincts, I am going to attempt to reproduce exactly the errors in this, merely because it made me laugh so hard.
Here you go, courtesy of the "Central Bank" of a country you can all probably guess:
I BRING TO YOUR NOTICE OUR DISCOVERY OF YOUR COMMUNICATION WITH FRAUDSTER, WHO CLAIMS TO WANT TO PAY YOU YOUR LONG OVERDUE CONTRACT FUNDS, COMMUNICATING WITH THEM WILL BRING YOU A LOT OF POBLEM AND YOU WILL NEVER RECEIVE YOUR CONTRACT SUM THROUGH THEM BECAUSE THEY ARE FRAUDSTER CLAIMING TO BE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.
IN A MEETING EARLIER TODAY I WAS ORDER BY THE GOVERNOR OF CENTRAL BANK PROF. CH*RLES S*LUDO, TO CONTACT ALL UNPAID CONTRACTORS AND INFORM THEM TO STOP ALL COMMUNICATION WITH THE FRAUDSTERS THEY ARE DEALING WITH, IF THE WANT TO RECEIVE THERE CONTRACT PAYMENT.
THIS WILL BE THE LAST COMMUNICATION WE OF THE CENTRAL BANK WILL COMMUNICATE WITH YOU, AND IF YOU STILL COMMUNICATE WITH THE FRAUDSTERS YOU WILL HAVE YOURSELF TO BLAME AND YOUR CONTRACT FUNDS WILL BE LOST FOREVER, BECAUSE ALL THEY ARE DOING IS TO
DE-FRAUD YOU, SO GET BACK TO ME FOR FURTHER DEATIALS.
A couple of notes on this:
I have not been communicating with Fraudster. Nor do I wish for any Poblem. As I have no communications with anyone pretending to be government officials, or have any long overdue contract funds, I do not expect to receive it, whatever it may be. And as to those further "deatials", it looks like the Central Bank is the one trying to do the "de-frauding", although I suspect personally that they are actually the defrauding party.
Finally, I hope this will be the last communication they of the Central Bank will communicate with me, but I highly doubt it.
This post comes to you courtesy of my boyfriend and his laptop computer, as I still do not have internet set up at home. This cannot, however, be blamed on Comcast and affiliates; the fault lies with the moving process itself.