Posted by sean on July 17, 2007 at 5:38 pm in Dodgy Emails with No Comments

One of the funniest and most pathetic scam e-mails I have seen to date. If anybody is stupid enough to get fooled by it, quite frankly they deserve to have their bank account hijacked.

Lloyd’s TSB Group plc
25 Gresham Street
London EC2V 7HN


Following the recent development that Lloyd’s T.S.B should transfer some of its operations to India and that all funds in accounts that have been dormant for over 15years be transferred to the Treasury i send this mail to you.

There is a dormant account in my office,without owner and beneficiaries. as Group Director of Finance LloydsTSB Group Plc. It will be in my interest to transfer this fund worth 20,000,000 million British pounds in an account offshore. If you can be a collaborator/partner to this please indicate interest immediately for us to proceed.

Remember this is absolutely confidential,as i am seeking your assistance as the beneficiary of this unclaimed funds, since we are not allowed to operate a foreign account. Your contact phone numbers and name will be necessary for this effect.
I have reposed my confidence in you and hope that you will not disappoint me.

My Regards,

Archie G Kane,
Director of Finance
Lloyd’s TSB Group plc

Besides the poor use of the English language and obvious flaws, I had a laugh at these bits…

  • No need for a ‘ in Lloyds
  • Is it i or I?
  • The scammers space bar is obviously fucked
  • “20,000,000 million British pounds” – would that be £20,000,000,000,000 then?

What a buffoon! :o)

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