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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 4:55 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

OK, here's the story. I read here for quite some time and decided to start baiting. Asked for a mentor, but thought I could at least start a simple straight bait while waiting. And Phil (Mark) Mickelson steps right up to the plate with a pretty much standard NOK:
Quote:

Hello Richard, (entirely different font, never would I suspect this is a script)

My heartfelt greetings to you and to your family, I appreciate your email response and your willingness to participate in this business. So, kindly feel free to corporate with me. However, I will like to let you know more details of this business and reason why I contacted you.
Firstly,I am 57 years of age, Chartered Accountant and Chief Auditor with NatWest Bank, happily married with my wife, Mary, with three children.

I contacted you independently, based on my internal audit investigation and no one has been informed of this communication except you and I decided to intimate you with certain facts that I believe would be of interest to you. As a matter of fact, I have been working with NatWest,London Branch for some years now, I was head of the Accounting Department in the Bank corporate headquarter in London, but last December I was called up by the Board to head the Audit Committee. When I resumed duty, I discovered an account with huge sum.This account has not been operated for the past years now.

From the thorough investigation I made, I found out that this account belongs to Late Mr.John Shumejda, American citizen and a Chemical Engineer by profession, who unfortunately died in air crash and all efforts to trace his relations proved abortive. I am now faced with confusion of whom to pass the fortune to, hence I contacted you and I want you to understand that this transaction is risk free. Am handling this business with you because the management of my bank is ready to approve this payment to any foreigner who has the correct information of this account, which I will forward to you when sure of your capability to handle such amount in strict confidence and trust according to my instructions and directives for our mutual benefit because I don't want to make any mistake.

I am looking forward to doing this business/investment with you and solicit your absolute confidentiality in this transaction.
I shall destroy all documents concerning this transactions immediately we receive this money in your account leaving no trace at all. So, send to me as a matter of urgency more information about you with your complete address. At the completion of this transaction,the sharing rates shall be 70% for me while 30% for you.

Do not fail to reply as soon as you receive this mail,so do also give me your phone number and address so i can ring you as soon as possible, and as a matter of fact your ID was never mistaken, I personally picked it up.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
Phil Mark.


Now, I'm not supposed to notice that his email name and the name on the letter are different, and didn't comment on the 70/30 split (yet!). I did, however, take some advice and get back to him:

Quote:
I'm still not sure about all this, could you give me more information
such as the bank location, the amount of the funds, and what risks are
involved in getting the money? I do a lot of charity medical work, and
this would help immensely. I'm traveling right now with the impending
arrival of a hurricane, but will have someone from my office get the
contact information for you when I return.

Dick
Dr. [email protected] [email protected]


I thought the informal touch was nice so early on. And I get this back:

Quote:

On Fri, 29 Aug 2008 11:51:56 +0100, "phil mickelson"
said:


Hello Richard,My heartfelt greetings to you and to your family, I
appreciate your email response and your willingness to participate in
this business. So, kindly feel free to corporate with me. However, I will
like to let you know more details of this business and reason why I
contacted you.Firstly,I am 57 years of age, Chartered Accountant and
Chief Auditor with NatWest Bank, happily married with my wife, Mary, with
three children.I contacted you independently, based on my internal audit
investigation and no one has been informed of this communication except
you and I decided to intimate you with certain facts that I believe would
be of interest to you. As a matter of fact, I have been working with
NatWest,London Branch for some years now, I was head of the Accounting
Department in the Bank corporate headquarter in London, but last
December I was called up by the Board to head the Audit Committee.
When I resumed duty, I discovered an account with huge sum. This
account has not been operated for the past years now.From the thorough
investigation I made, I found out that this account belongs to Late Mr.John
Shumejda, American citizen and a Chemical Engineer by profession, who
unfortunately died in air crash and all efforts to trace his relations proved
abortive. I am now faced with confusion of whom to pass the fortune to,
hence I contacted you and I want you to understand that this transaction
is risk free. Am handling this business with you because the management
of my bank is ready to approve this payment to any foreigner who has the
correct information of this account, which I will forward to you when
sure of your capability to handle such amount in strict confidence and
trust according to my instructions and directives for our mutual benefit
because I don't want to make any mistake.I am looking forward to doing
this business/investment with you and solicit your absolute
confidentiality in this transaction.I shall destroy all documents
concerning this transactions immediately we receive this money in your
account leaving no trace at all. So, send to me as a matter of urgency
more information about you with your complete address. At the completion
of this transaction,the sharing rates shall be 70% for me while 30% for
you.Do not fail to reply as soon as you receive this mail,so do also give
me your phone number and address so i can ring you as soon as possible,
and as a matter of fact your ID was never mistaken, I personally picked
it up.Looking forward to hearing from you.Best Regards,Phil Mark.


Well, not wanting to sound too snippy, and trying to be friendly, I send this:

Quote:
Dear Phil,

I hope I'm not being to forward using your first name in a business
transaction, if that's improper, let me know. I see you have 3
children, what are their names and ages? I have no children of my own
as my profession keeps me too busy.

And please get me the information I asked for in my last mail, I'm
afraid I'm not sure about this whole thing, I know there some people out
there preying on the good graces of many. Not that I think you're one
of those types, but you know the internet isn't always a safe place.

Good day to you and your fine family,

Dick


In his next "sequel", I get this...

Quote:
On Fri, 29 Aug 2008 18:24:21 +0100, "phil mickelson"
[email protected]> said:


Hello Richard,

Sequel to your last email, I will like to tell you that this money is
with my bank (Natwest bank) here in london
and the total amount involved is 12.5,000,000,00 GBP, as i stated earlier
this money is genuine and pure,is 100% risk free, you can always count on my words.
I have real options in actualization of the propose fund and I
am going to use my personal resources to accomplish the transfer of this
fund into your account instantly.

I am married and I have three children, My first son (Jamie) is 35yrs
old,he lives in germany actually and my daughter (Sylvia) is a nurse here
in the UK, my last son is still in the high school,he is actually reading
banking and finance.My wife (Mary) is a chattered accountant,she also
leaves here in london.

I will like to know where do you live and what do you do, your bank
account details and if i can count on you ,I won't like someone to
double-cross me after this transaction.Please do also provide your phone
number so we can discuss more on this issue on phone.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards
Mr.Phil


OK, so he's actually given me MORE than I asked for, BUT, in a back-handed way, threatened me with the "double-cross" comment. I'm saving that for later. This is what went out in response:

Quote:
Hello Phil,
Sorry, but I'm not going to be online a lot for a few days, there's a
large dangerous hurricane that I have to prepare for. I've not
forgotten your proposal, don't worry.

I'm wondering one thing, though. Does Mary know about this deal?

Sincerely,
Dick
Dr. [email protected] [email protected]


Of course she does!

Quote:
On Sat, 30 Aug 2008 01:55:29 +0100, "phil mickelson"
[email protected]> said:

Yes, she is aware of this deal,actually everyone of my family is aware
of this proposal, and i will like to know, when exactly are going to be
back?


Note there's no sig on this one, only this one sentence response. Another slap for later. I was told it was confidential, but his whole fam dambly seems to know, so I push another button:

Quote:
Ah, since you said it was confidential, I was wondering if I could
share this info with my office manager, she handles all the account
information with me traveling like I do. In fact, I'm heading for the
airport shortly to get some supplies ready for hurricane relief. I'll
check mail when I land, have a cheerful day and think about us in the
eye of the storm.

Sig block edited out, it's not needed anymore


Phil is nothing but prompt:

Quote:
On Sat, 30 Aug 2008 14:05:49 +0100, "phil mickelson"
said:

Hi Richard,

Sequel to your email response, i will suggest you don't let your office manager know about this proposal at the moment, it's very confidential as
i said earlier and i know letting my family know about this does not make it less confidential it's just that we are one of a kind family that merely keep secrets from others. Maybe, just maybe the might come a time along the line that we might let her know of this developments.

I am going to remember you at the eye of the storm and of course i know
you are going to go and come back safely. I will also like you to give me your phone number when you get back,so i can ring lets discuss more on this issue on phone.

Have a safe flight,

Looking forward to hearing you,

Best regards
Mr.Phil.


OK, the "eye of the storm" thing let's me know he's reading it, and the fact that he can tell the family but I can't tell my office manager since he can "trust" them is another addition to the future slap list. I try to explain:

Quote:
Got a second to check before I fly. I'm going to have to let my
office manager know, she handles all the monetary issues, but she can be
trusted. She's a Brit working here with her husband, and knows
everything about banking, transfers and such. I won't tell her this
weekend, but if there's anything like that involved, she can handle it
much better than I.

I'm curious, since the storms come off Africa headed this way, are there
any hurricanes in your part of the world? I attached a picture of what
we're up against here.


And I attached a satellite photo from the coast of Africa to Mexico. I'm thinking he won't even look at the attachment, but it was more code for his system to download. And I'm not email savvy enough to remove anything before I reply, so it just keeps getting bigger and bigger! Let's see what happens next.

edited for formatting

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 5:04 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

His wife is a "chattered accountant"? Doesn't that mean she talks a lot?

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 5:37 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

^^ Yep, and his youngest son is "reading banking and finance" when most kids that age are reading HP and the next whatever, especially since he claims to be in london (his lower case, not mine).

Nothing else back today, will check in the PM since he apparently hasn't caught on that I'm answering even though I told him I was traveling...LOL

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 5:39 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

^^^

@florida-most lads tend not to work weekends, let him stew~he'll keep till after the holidays.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2008 12:09 am Reply with quoteBack to top

The next installment was today (2 Sep). I had sent a simple "I'm OK" after the storm and got this back.

Quote:
Hello Richard,

Is good to know the was minimum damages, nothing serious, the weather here is ok, is normal.

I need you to give to me as a matter of urgence a scan copy of your passport or ID card
your residential adress and a valid bank acount where I will pay in this funds.

Do also give me your phone number so we can talk more on this issue on phone or
alternative call me.Like i said earlier you have nothing to worry because I have real options
in the actualization of this project, also note that this 100% risk free, I can assure you that
and give you my word.

If the is any doubt you need regarding this transaction don't hesitate to let me know.

My detail information is as below;

Mobile Phone: +44 xxx x xxx
My home telephone number is +44xxxxxxxx
My residential address: 139 Crankbrook Road
LLFORD IGI 4PU London

Kindest regards
Mr.Phil.


I have the numbers if anyone is interested. My reply goes like this. (Please note, no actual petrol was expended at any time

Smile )

Quote:
Hello Phil,

I'm traveling right now with nothing but my driver's license and pilot's
license, and I have no way to scan anything right now. I'll be more than
happy to take care of that when I get to home station.

The price of fuel is KILLING me! I'm sure it must be much the same in
London. Do you have a car? How much do you spend on petrol?

Best, and stay healthy.


I still haven't given him a thing, right now I'm on the road and can't, and until I can talk him into me letting my office manager in on the deal, he's NOT getting anything.

And the fun continues...

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 06, 2008 11:27 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Phil is hard over on the phone thing, but I think I can stall him for a bit longer, and he's apparently reading the emails and drifting slightly off script (thanks for all the questions NN):

On Wed, 3 Sep 2008 17:08:14 +0100, "phil mickelson"
[email protected]> said:

Quote:
Hello Richard,

I will be waiting for the info's when you get back to your home and
please remember to include your phone number when getting the info's.Are you always busy like us bankers, we normally have less time to relax. I don't need air-conditioners in my car here, is not very common to have them in cars here,it's normally cold here, so there's no need to have
one.
I actually drive a BMW series 5 (X5) and a toyota camry.

How is it like being a pilot, are busy always,
I think we both have to make out time soon, so we complete this
proposal soonest, what do you think?

Kindest regards.
Mr.Phil.


I sense a bit of impatience starting but I'm not sure about that "make out time soon" line, might have to question if his marriage to Mary is a smoke screen for his REAL sexual proclivities, but that can wait. Apparently so can he, I let him sit most of the week and sent this off this morning about 1200 Nigeria time. I realize the lads don't usually "work" on the weekend, but I got something from him last Saturday. Let's see how long it takes to get back.

Quote:
Mr. Phil,

Apologies, things have gone from bad to worse with 3 more storms headed to the US. I'm still on the road, but will be back at home for at least a while tomorrow. Will attempt to find a way to get you a picture of my ID as there will be no one in the office, and I'm not sure if I even HAVE a scanner there. I know there's no fax, we do everything by email. I'll also send you my sat phone number as soon as I let the office manager know to expect a call if I'm out again.

It's difficult being on the road so much, at least I don't have a family to worry about. Do you have to travel much with your work, and what does Mary think about that?

Best to you and your family,


Well, my lad works Saturday...

Quote:
Dear Richard,

I receive your email with thanks, I awaits your ID and your phone number when you get home,the ID card is relenting us from processing the pending projects.

I really don't travel that much, I do travel though but not too often and Mary is very understanding She knows my job is too demanding, so she understands quit well.

How old are you?

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Kindest regards
Mr.Phil


How old? That's a bit impolite, I feel my first slap coming on...any suggestions about that? Should I let it go and stay friendly, or let him have it? And I'm sure Mary understands "quit" well. I'm thinking next time I might use a different name for his wife and see if he notices. Not that I'm evil that way... Twisted Evil

edited to add response

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 06, 2008 2:51 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

You might say something like, "I am not ready right now to tell you my age. It's a kind of personal thing." That could be leading up to some serious flirting if you're headed that way.

I just crack up when I see "Mr. Phil" - that's what our Sunday School kids call our youth pastor. Laughing

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 07, 2008 6:46 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Good work.
I'm currently working on this guy and have been since the 15th of August. He's a patient little bugger, not once has he asked for any form of payment... although he asks allot of questions and wants me to fly to England.

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Why are they always so squeaky clean?
A real banker would have a mistress more like!
No one uses "High school" in the uk either. Any "Normal" son would be w4nking and listening to emo music - although maybe not at the same time!!!
I'm sure his bmw x5 DOES have air con - slang term "Chelsea tractor".

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 1:27 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

After a couple of stalling emails (I'm traveling again, storms a'comin, etc) I send him a zipped copy of my "passport" (actually a 5 meg file out of my flight sim package that means nothing to him), then apologize that my assistant sent the wrong one, and followed that with one from F!le D3structor. Here's his response to the LAST 3 megs...

Quote:
Dear R1chard,

I receive you email with thanks, I thought as much the could be a problem because
I can't view the first file,but this one is OK.

I will be calling you soon,just busy now.

Regards
Mr.Phil.


So, the first one wouldn't open, and this one is OK, even though I KNOW it's nothing but 1s and 0s. Hmmm.

And I gave him e6's pimp phone, let's see if he actually calls or not.

I think I might have to add the security modality when he finally asks for banking information. I'm thinking the Brokeback Bank of Wyoming is getting my business for now.

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
Mr. Richard Omoh

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2008 1:07 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

It keeps getting better, now he has a lawyer (and a high priced one at that!)

Quote:
Dear [email protected],

I received your email with thanks. I wish to Inform you that I have engaged the services of a British Lawyer who shall be acting as your legal representative in the UK on this inheritance claims. The Lawyer has submitted an application of claims to the Foreign Remittance Office of our Bank for onward processing of the fund transfer back-up documents on your favour.

The documents will be properly signed, stamped and presented to your Embassy in London for consent and to prove to your Home Government Authority that the funds to be transferred to your account are genuine and legal.

The Lawyer requested 12,300 pounds for his professional Services in procuring the Inheritance supportive documents on your name. I will pay him with the resources on my reach to enable him proceed and shall keep you posted on the processes.

The medical reports and death certificate of the deceased have been procured through a medical professor here in London. The medical reports and death certificate are pertinent to proof really that the deceased is dead and our Attorney will swear an affidavit of facts on your behalf in the court of competent jurisdiction by Monday.

Once all the documents are ready, copies shall be sent to the Bank and to you as well.

I tried calling but to no avail, and the I couldn't find anything in the attachments.


Looking forward to your response.
Regards,
Phil Mark
+44 78 358 33 758


And he's gone and gotten all formal on me again, no more "Mr. Phil", it's back to "Ph!l [email protected]". I sent this, trying to think like all you pros out here in Baiterland...

Quote:
Mr. Phil,

I'll be looking forward to more information from your lawyer (aren't
they "barristers" in England?). One thing though, I think he's
exploiting you charging that fee for simple paperwork. That equates to
about $25,000.00, and that's way over what I'd let them charge me.
Maybe you should negotiate a lower price, say $5,000.00? Hate to see
you get abused by a lawyer like this, and I promise I will not allow
such a thing to happen to me!




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Had to add a little to the signature block for later, but he's never noticed

Let's see how long it takes his "Barrister" to contact me...

Nothing from the barrister, but Phil is right on the ball today...

Quote:
Dear [email protected],

I appreciate your quick response. The lawyers charges are genuine in
cases and transfers documents of this magnitude, I understand your points
of view but as you mentioned Barristers are very expensive here in the UK.
I am not bothered about that because we are used to that here.
He has assured me the death certificate of the deceased will be out by monday
I shall keep you posted with the developments.

Kindest regards
Mr.Phil


I'm waiting until tomorrow for a light slap about expensive lawyers, maybe an offer to fly there to take the money to avoid the banks, and there's always the necessary forms from DHS that are required.

Oh, BTW, I did a whois on his last, yeah, right, London. More like Lagos...

edited for same day response

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2008 9:42 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Looks to me like pretty smooth sailing.

Keep it up !

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 9:53 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Decided to wait a couple of days for the "barrister" to contact me (and I've been ill anyway, so didn't feel like messing with the lads), and nothing, so this afternoon I fired this off to "Phil"

Quote:
What is going on here? First I get told I can't tell anyone about this
transaction, then you hire a lawyer? And you let him overcharge for
simple paperwork, then tell me you're not bothered? Well, bloody hell,
I'm bothered! Give me an email for this "barrister" (crook, if you ask
me) and I'll handle the situation! Then I get back home and find out
there's no message from you since the 13th. Either there's something
wrong or you're not serious about my assistance at all.

Also, is this your number +22547838058? My service tells me there was a call from this that left no message again, and I'm tired of paying for
hang ups. I need to know if this was you or not so that I can get it
off the bill if it wasn't. If you can't get through to +49l6378744l8
try +!20620EE765. That's my private line DO NOT GIVE OUT THAT NUMBER WITHOUT MY PERMISSION!

I expect to hear something soon, I have work to do and a trip overseas
to plan.
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That second number is my new k7, I thought I'd give it a try. e6, if you see this, I pinged him again to try you, he insists he can't get through. And ke!p3x, has he cut you off too? I'm thinking this slap might get his attention, and it was all my mentor's idea (Thanks yastr3b). Let's see what happens.

edited to correct formatting

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2008 7:42 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

So, finally, Phil gets back to me. I'm not liking his attitude, I think I'll slap a little harder...

Quote:
Dear Mr.Richard,

Sequel to your email response.I have not been in London for sometime now, I went
to manchester that is the actual reason I haven't reply your mail.
I have tried calling your number but it proves abortive, seems is not going.
It rang twice but no one was picking up.
I have told you the laws in Uk are not same as The ones in the state.
Uk lawyers are too expensive but if You insist talking to him, here is his ID
[email protected]@[email protected]@hoo.com.
He has assured me the death certificate of the deceased will be out soonest.

One more thing the first number You gave me looks like a german number.
Are you in germany?

Do give to me a time and the number I can always reach you with Or alternatively return my
call with my private number below.

Looking forward to hearing from you soonest.

Best regards
Mr.Ph!l [email protected]
+44 7xx xxx xxxx


So, not to take it lightly that being a doctor and pilot would not understand that the laws are different in Britain than in the US, I send this:

Quote:
What are you talking about? No, I'm not in Germany, as I told you before, that's an international number I use when I travel so that I can get messages and contact my people when I have to be out of the country. And don't insult my intelligence, I know the law in Great Britain and the US is different in some respects, but you have to understand that US law is based on English Common Law, hence many ARE the same. And, dammit, money is money, and I HATE thieves disguised as lawyers! I WILL be contacting your "barrister" with MY demands!


Oh, he's not in London and hasn't been in Manchester, the IP shows two US relays with a initial in Nigeria, (imagine that)! I can hope he's being tied up by K3pl3x in his bait! Now to contact my all-knowing mentor with some ideas for "demands" for the "barrister" Twisted Evil . Wink Wink Ya$tr3b

And I send this to the mysterious "barrister":

Quote:
I'm currently involved with Mr Phil on a business transaction. He gave
me your address with no name, so I want you to contact me IMMEDIATELY!
--


Dr. [email protected] goes hard ass... Shocked

And while I was editing this, his late working Nigeria/London (lol) "barrister sends this (probably an auto-response):

Quote:
Yes I'm his lawyer and who are you please.


No greeting or ending? I send this back (and I don't expect a response, it's almost 2100 over there, that's why I suspect an auto-response from the first one).

Quote:
Are you not able to read? Look at my signature. I'm beginning to think
you're a very inexperience lawyer, first you respond to an email with
the information you're asking for, then my business associate tells me
you've convinced him that USD 25,000.00 is reasonable for a simple
paperwork transaction. I believe I'll recommend to him he find another
barrister, I don't trust you.


And then this (he's really working late!

Quote:
Hello Mr. I know you ok, he told me about you, but see you don't talk to me
like that ok, Who are you to teach me my job. I will talk to my
clients of such a man like you,I never knew you don't have manners.


Barrister
g3org3 wi!!iams


Oooo, a tough guy! Let's see what happens after this, and I'm not sending anything else today...

Quote:
Barrister Williams,

Manners? How DARE you? I am a well educated man of medicine, not some money grubbing lawyer and you respond asking who I am (even though the information is in the mail I sent), with no greeting or signature, then presume to tell me about manners? And then in this response, you can't even have the simple courtesy to use my name and proper form of address? I think our business in concluded, Mr Williams, and I will inform Mr Phil of such immediately!


More to follow when I hear from either of them (although I'll bet it's the same lad).

edited to add mail to barrister and responses.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 20, 2008 9:20 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

I just have to, I can't help myself. His "barrister" has contacted me and basically told me to piss off, I returned the sentiment, and now he's threatening to SUE me:

Quote:
If not for my friendship with my clients I could sue you to court You know
for abusing the laws of British and an attorney of jurisdiction.


Cool! I'll spend some time this evening with Word writing a draft of a suit for communicating a threat and libel against "Barrister Wi!!iams" and attach it to an email from MY attorney, Mr. T.J. "K!ng" KonG!.

And good ol' Phil tries to be the "go-between" after I send him this:
Quote:

Mr. Phil,

I'll not conduct any business that involves this so called "barrister".
Never in my professional career have I been exposed to someone with such
poor skills in dealing with people, especially when considerable amounts
of money are concerned. I don't care if he's been your attorney for
years, that means nothing to me, and I'm afraid it doesn't say much for
your choice of professional assistance.

I'm considering a trip to London to meet with several of my associates
to see if they know of Barrister Williams and what avenues I can explore
to question his ability to read for the law!

And until I receive a believable apology, there will be no calls or
further contact!


and this following the "barristers" email about suing me:

Quote:
Now he's threatening to sue me, what an ass! Consider our working
relationship terminated, and do not contact me again.


but can Phil follow simple instructions? Nope. I get this from him:

Quote:
Dear Mr. [email protected],

I am really surprised at all this, I never knew you guys will go such a measure of exchanging words
I will talk to him and I will be glad If you can make it down to the Uk so we meet in person.

I am surprised at you saying that there will be no contacts in regarding this transaction
It's so bitter to hear that after all our efforts.
Come to think of it what will you tell the UK lawyers association, you forgot the nature
of this transaction so soon, as an inheritance claims.

Please provide to me your private tele number, we need to talk now.

Regards
Mr. Ph!l


Then almost immediately this shows up:

Quote:
I have talked to him, and please don't say no more about terminating this proposal
not now that everything is in place.

With one from the "barrister" sorta apologizing:

Quote:
Hello Mr. [email protected],

I am really sorry If I over reacted Ok, I guess you started it
I just hate If I am thought how to do my job
we aren't suppose to be doing this, we are business colleagues..aint we?
Sorry for everything.

Good day
Barr Wi!!iams.


Not the believable apology I was looking for... Laughing So I send this back to Phil and cut him off for the rest of the weekend...

Quote:
Mr Ph!l,

I'm leaving for the opera, but will share this. Never once did I mention reporting that rude, inconsiderate ass of a lawyer to any association, I simply told him I could do the same thing he did, and spread his bad name amongst my associate throughout Britain. Then he threatens me with a law suit, implying that he has something he can take to court while I don't. I'll be contacting my attorney tonight following "The Barber of Seville" and have him contact Mr. Williams about this whole threatening thing. Being treated like some mindless idiot is totally unacceptable, then being threatened has me angry, and you won't like me when I'm angry.


Now he can stew until early next week.

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 28, 2008 11:59 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Not much happening, I'm now in Australia with one [email protected]!d M!tch3!! (thanks, K3pl3x) for awhile on vacation. But, I DID put my lawyer in contact with him this morning, a T.J. K0nG. That should shake him up a bit. He did finally call my K7 number, but the message is virtually unusable, so he's going to have to call again. Seems the number he keeps giving me won't ring through, and he's going to have to call me personally!

And Lawyer K0nG of "D3w3y, [email protected] and H0w3" has invited Mr. Phi! to put him in touch with his lawyer.

Let the back half of the baiting commence!

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 11:13 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Neither of the lads has been willing to talk to Dr. Dick, so I introduce his attorney, on T.J. "K!ng" K0ng ( those familiar with Dr Stranglove will recognize that as Slim Pickens character...YA HOOOO!!!). Phil isn't interested, but Barrister Wi!!iams sure is. And he opens with a warning (how thoughtful) after I send him this:

Quote:
My fellow in the law,

Please allow me to introduce myself, I'm T.J. K0ng (please feel free to call me "King", it's an old Air Force nickname, but I don't mind), and I'm the primary and only attorney for Dr [email protected] Feel free to contact me for any legal or banking info for the good doctor, and if he seems abrasive, be assured that's just his Western "Cowboy" personality, he means nothing by it.

If there's anything I can do to assist with the transaction he's working with your client Mr. Mark, please let me know.

Sincerely,

King

--
T.J. K0ng, Esq.
Attorney at Law
D3w3y, [email protected] and How3, P.A.


His response?

Quote:
Dear king. Esq

I am pleased to recieve your mail inquiry about the transaction in which your client is a party to.

I will inform you of his legal standing, i must say that your client is bound by the common Law of Britian as far as this particular transaction is concern and we are not going to drift from the provisions of this Law of Britian.

I am making sure that all the legal requirement for this transaction is met and that your client suffers no liability as to goods or money in the course of this transaction, this is what i need you to tell him.

he should therefore understand that we need to act according to the rules to make this transaction a success and that is by following the laid down rule of English common Law.

I shall await your response.

Barrister G30rg3 Wi!!iams {Esq}


So, I suppose this means that lying about being the legal heir to an unclaimed fortune in Britain to a couple of mugus in Nigeria is well within the purview of English Common Law.

My reply is simple, and should let the bait continue even if they think they're catching on:

Quote:
Brother Williams,

I assure you I'll make sure Dr. Head is fully aware of his responsibility in this matter, and will be here to assist in the completion of this transaction.

Gratefully awaiting your direction in this matter.

King


After all, one greedy attorney to one that at least sounds greedy should get this back on track...heh heh heh.

Apologies to any attorneys out there, remember, it's 99% of them that give the 1% a bad name.

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 12:18 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

So these show up this weekend, but he's still not asked for anything. I recognize the Probate document, but the death cert is a new one. For my Brit friends, is it common to attach a picture of the deceased to the cert? Not that I've seen, but you KNOW that makes it more believable.

Image

Image

I suppose I'm not to notice that the signature on the Probate is not even close to the person listed in the document, never mind that I found the BBC article on the REAL Mr John with a real picture, and it's no where close to this piss poor fotoshop job.

I'm thinking a trip to London might be in order, and my attorney is in contact with his attorney making sure all these documents are "legit"... Rolling Eyes

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" I will not fail to bring to your notice this transaction is hitch-free and that you should not entertain any atom of fear as all required arrangements have been made for the transfer."
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