Monday, 8 August 2011

Fun with email scammers....

With the world banking system facing oblivion and areas of London smouldering post riot I thought I would share this with you as a humorous Monday morning distraction........


From: Drew Gardner <drew@drew.it>
Date: 4 August 2011 22:08:30 GMT+01:00
To: Reservation Departament <information@allhotels.com>
Subject: Re: Hotel Camelback Inn, A JW Marriott Resort & Spa  made wrong transaction
Thanks for your email

I can send you the money but I have a small problem

During my stay I lost my wallet and I'm certain it was one of your cleaners who took it

Her name was Marianne

We had a good time together then she took my wallet

If you could help me with this matter I will be very happy to see that you receive the money

Regards

Mr Trew



Sent from my iPad

On 4 Aug 2011, at 20:42, "Reservation Departament" <information@allhotels.com> wrote:

Dear guest! 
Transaction: Visa 5159923_O 
This letter notifies that on July 26th, 2011 Hotel made an error of transaction from your credit card. Total sum of decommissioning is $1473 
Due to the termination of service contract between Hotel and Booking Company this Hotel was divested accreditation in our company. 
For the return of funds please contact your bank and fill information in the attached form. 
In the attachment you will find expense sheet with the sum of wrong transaction error of transaction. 
Company just mediates and bears no responsibility for any money transactions made by Hotel. 
Thank you for understanding. We trust you can solve this unpleasant problem. 
Tertius Cookingham, 
Manager of Reception Desk & Reservation Departament 


I'm still awaiting a reply....... 


3 comments:

Gordon The Photographer said...

I love that guys name...."Tertius"....is there actually anyone in the world with that name. It's very very cool. I think if i get a new cat I'll call it tertius...fantastic.

Glad I'm not the only one to get drivel emails like this. They are entertaining though!

anirbanc said...

Your 'Fun with Scammers 2' landed in my RSS feed.
I guess it was a legit one as I found this plan from one site called ptbad (an architect agency)-www[dot]ptbad[dot]com/seychelles/MEINHARDT%20STRUCTURE%20DWG/34-(12.03.11)%20STR/REPORT%20Savoy%20Resort%20and%20Spa%20-120311[dot]pdf
Since you have removed the post from your blog I guess you are already aware of this.
Wanted to Share, just in case

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