You guys, I just got the most exciting email! It’s from a guy named George Afari.
According to his email, I’ve come into a “very huge amount of money.”
It appears as if my good friend George sent the email to “undisclosed recipients” although I’m sure it doesn’t mean it’s a mass email to random email addresses.
Nope. I’m sure it just says that because he wants to be super secretive about transferring this large amount of money.
I don’t want to count my eggs before they’re hatched, mostly because we use Egg Beaters, but this could be big.
Below is the email I received, which I cut and pasted for your review. I know you would doubt me so I wanted to prove I’m not lying and am totally gonna be rich.
I’ve removed the email address of George Afari, as I don’t want you guys emailing him and trying to collect my “very huge amount of money.”
I like you guys, but I don’t trust you that much. Here it is:
I know what you’re going to say; “But Lisa, this could be a scam. He may be contacting you to get your banking information and then he will wipe you out. Don’t do it.”
Yeah, like I’m going to actually give you a piece of pie. It’s pie! Hmf!
In response to your jealous inquiry about whether this is legitimate, allow me to also respond by pointing out that he says he has “all the legal documents to back it up.”
So yeah, don’t you feel stupid?
Would George Afari lie to me? Why would he? He sought me out individually to tell me about my very huge amount of money.
He doesn’t have anything to gain by giving me money. It’s not like he would get my personal information and exploit it.
The fact that he sent this to me at 3:18 A.M. also bolsters the belief this is a totally real and legitimate email.
I mean, did we really think he would send it during regular business hours? Um, no.
George is thoughtful that way.
I don’t know if they make those, but if they don’t, I will have them made…because I can.