Sunday, October 16, 2005


And you have to admit that "PollyPI" is a pretty rare last name...


I am terry jessy A Staff of Chartered bank Nigeria Limited.

We are conducting a standard process investigation on behalf of our
The international Banking conglomerate to reach either the relations or
anyone wanting to stand as the next of kin to late
Mr.Anderson PollyPI a nationality of your country with and also the
circumstances surrounding investments made by this client at FEDERAL
REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA.with the Private Banking arm of Chartered Bank Of
Nigeria PLC.

This Private Banking client Mr.Anderson PollyPI died intestate and
nominated no
successor in title over the money with the bank.

I decided to trace his last name over the Internet, to locate any
member of
his family hence I contacted you.I have contacted you to assist in
repatriating the money and property left behind by this client before
get confisticated by the federal Government after being declared
unserviceable by the bank where this huge deposits were lodged.

It is pertinent that you inform me ASAP if you are interested and
seek a very honest and reliable person.
You must appreciate that I have constrained from providing you with
detailed information.

At this point. Please respond to this mail as soon as possible to
afford us
the opportunity to proceed to the formalities as soon as possible.

Thank you for accommodating our enquiry.

Mr Terry Jessy
Please Reply to my private email address


Cap'n Bob Napier said...

What a golden opportunity, PollyPI. Go for it.

Kafaleni said...

Wow.. I knew you were a legend in your own time, but it turns out that the PollyPI's are an entire NATIONALITY!

That's pretty impressive, Polly.

I'd say not only go for it, but can we all email him and split your great-grand-whatever Anderson PollyPI's money among ourselves? Then we could all buy plane tickets for another Vegas meet!

Just a random thought...

Anonymous said...

Could this be a phishing scam? Molly Sue wonders, maybe you should hold off.

jane said...

Once my mom (for some odd reason) signed my guestbook as "Sandy AKA Mom" so i (of course) wrote her a reply from "Jane AKA Daughter" - about two weeks later we each got an email from a random Nigerian offering us tons of money... and you guessed it. Hers was addressed to Mr. Sandy AKA Mom and mine was addressed to Mr. Jane AKA Daughter. You'd think for all the effort these people put into trying to scam money via the internet, they'd get names and genders correct.

Kafaleni said...

If it took me six months to convince Reader's Digest that I rasn't a male. Everything, including the "favoured client offers" came addressed to Lieutenant Man. I don't think we have a realistic chance of convincing the Nigerians of our collective gender.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

In a related note, I keep getting small business credit card offers for Store Jordis at my home address. I'm trying to think of a way I could get one of these cards without being personally responsible for the debt. Any ideas out there in Pollywood?

BulletBill said...

Cap'n Bob,

You might want to rethink that. That would constitute fraud i.e to knowingly decieve.


Polly P.I. said...



Olga said...

You'd better hurry, before the funds "get confisticated by the Federal Government." I wouldn't want anything of mine to get confisticated!

On a strange note: I once got a credit card offer for Umbugme Smith in the mail. Umbugme?! Then I remembered a credit card offer someone had called me about (and wouldn't take no for an answer) and I told them, "You bug me!" and hung up the phone. That person had a strange sense of humor...

Eleanor said...

Frankly, I'm a little miffed! I thought I was the only person he was trying to broker a deal with - hmmmph!

No more Ms. Nice Guy here!!