I was checking my Trash and Junk mail looking for an email that someone said they sent. I never found it ,but much to my surprise,, I am the recipient of some big bucks. All I have to do to claim the large amount of money that is being held for me,
is send them my full name, complete address and probably my social security number (I didn't read any further). Who falls for these scams any more. It does give one a chuckle to think that there are some people who think this scam will work. They are so grand
in their language. One addressed me as MY Dear. I pictured some creep in a sleeveless undershirt, sitting at a Formica kitchen table,with dirty tea cups , hammering out these emails to America. For some reason, I see English men. That's why the tea cup and
not a coffee cup. Since I never even break even buying one dollar scratch off lottery tickets, there is no way that I will fall for this scam. Now if it were the Publishing Clearing House, I might consider.