1. An email supposedly from someone who is "Former funds Manager with fidelity investment international Zurich" claiming that he has been managing $18million in funds for someone who has the same last name as I have (how amusing !). He has never "set my eyes on him". Hmm... Managing $18million without ever having seen the client ? To withdraw the funds if I claim to be a relative of the client, "Our sharing ration will be 55:40%, while 5% will be for expenses we may incur during the process of the transaction". Who gets the 55% ? The "Fidelity Fund Manager" or me ?
And what's the funniest part ? He has asked me to reply to his email address that is @yahoo.com.
2. The second funny email announces the results of the UK LOTTERY ORGANIZATION'S FREE TICKETONLINE DRAWS of August, 2011 held in THAILAND. Huh ? UK Lottery draw in Thailand ?
Are these absolutely unintelligent scamsters ?