get rich quick by blogging

well I must share with you this secret advantage of being a blogger. Since I started blogging, my dedicated blogging email address has received many interesting propositions, a lot of them promising me riches!!
This is very urgent from Western Union, our Operation manager has sent your 1st payment of $5000.00 out of your total amount of $4.5million dollar. I DO have the next payment and I'll send it after picking the first payment.
Control number: 3972610246
Sender first name: Joseph
Sender second name: mmachi

YES I bet I can get $4.5 Million with this one, Mr Mmachi Josep!!! you’re a machi machi man!!!
money 2

Let's us achieve this together! I am Zahara. A solicitor at law from the U.A.E. I am writing you regarding a deposit made by my late client who passed away declaring no Next of Kin. Pls give me the permission to send you more details concerning this project. Reply via my email ( )
gosh this sounds promising, doesn’t it, can I be a long-lost auntie, Zahara?

money 3
Good day to you, I am Jacob Joseph "Jack" Lew, new nominated Secretary of the United States National Treasury. Here is a little about my self and also the reason why I have decided to contact you. I am an American government administrator who served as the 25th White House Chief of Staff from 2012 to 2013. I previously served as Director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Clinton and Obama Administrations, and I am member of the Democratic Party.
United Nations have given me due Instructions, alongside with the World Bank to wire a sum of $10million US Dollars Only into your Bank Account in a legal way, That is why I have contacted you and to let you know that the United States Department of Justice, in The Person of the Attorney General will get some documents for you so that this transaction can be completed without delay.

WOW I can get 10 million dollars with this one, directly from the UN!!
money 4
Good Day, this is to notify you about your payment five thousand dollars daily until $5.10is completely transferred to you is available to pickup by you today. Contact money gram Mr.Robert Johnson. please make sure that you put this Email ( ) in the To line when reply, for your reference Number send him your full Name/address/ phone number to Reconfirm that is you the owner. Regard Mrs. Linda Wilson
Mrs Wilson, you’re so generous, another $5 Millions!!

money 5
Dearest One, I am Madam Alimata Raja I am a widow being that I lost my husband,my husband Late Mr Raja Sule was a serving director of the Cocoa exporting board until his death. He was assassinated by the rebels following the political uprising, before his death he made a deposit of Six Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($6,500,000.00USD) here in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso in one of the Security Company,he intended to buy a Cocoa processing Machine with the fund.
I want you to help me for us to retreive this fund and transfer it to your account in your country or any safer place as you will be the beneficiary and recipient of the fund.

So there you have it, do a bit of blogging and become a Millionaire!
If you believe that, you believe anything…

these are called 419 scams

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33 responses to “get rich quick by blogging

  1. Damn, I’m so jealous! All I get are offers to boost my SEO rankings! Oh and some offers for Canada Goose Jackets. As my American husband would say: “If you believe that, I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you; a buck 385″

  2. I’d be happy with SEO offers, all I get is Viagra…


  3. I’m feeling quite lucky then- I get offers for both! Thanks for the chuckle !

  4. How do they all know you’re so desperately in need of financial support ?
    Guess they know Dalmatia is the ultimate hideout for desperate people.
    Nice to read Jacob Joseph “Jack” Lew at least is a Democrat :-)
    Three cheers for open internet, always supplying with interesting stories and great offers.

    PS, please send me some of the addresses, as I can use some money still.

  5. – be a friend will you!

  6. E’ che qualcuno ci ha creduto!
    Grazie di questi “avvertimenti”!

  7. Looks like we might be related. Zahara has told me I am a client’s next of kin too! What a coincidence. :D

  8. ben

    I want to become millionaire too :D

  9. Geesh, cocoa processing machines cost a mint! I’ll scrap that idea, then, and stick to the coffee grinder. I have a small preference for the awful English style of the US Administrative hotshot, though. Hope you’re well, “dearest one”. Hugs xx

    • I have a small preference for “I am a widow, being that I lost my husband” …… + the cocoa processing of course.. ;) – I can share my riches with you, MM, it’s like Monopoly money.. ehhe

      • I blogged about Bigfoot’s experience with African scam merchants on internet small ads once, it was a very useful exercise for him. He wanted to buy an iPhone and contacted a “local lady” who ended up being a con merchant in Benin. MM smelled a rat when we discovered that “madame” was ill, had recently been widowed, yet despite all these problems made a top priority out of selling her iPhone. one little trip around google later, they were busted.

      • I think they know that there is plenty of fish in the sea… send thousands of emails and they might get one crazy enough to give them their bank detail and transfer some money. the old say..”if something looks too good to be true, it probably is!”

      • That’s exactly what we told Bigfoot. It appears to work well, given the number of people who were hopping up and down in fury on various forums.

      • Perhaps a bit indecent, but I still love:
        “if it looks like shit, smells like shit and tastes like shit, it must be…………”.
        Another one, my ever lasting English favourite: “Cliffs Kill”.
        Seems way off topic, but the truth can be so damned simple; never ever trust anybody or anything that looks to good to be true, specially on the internet.
        Still I am selling my Rolex, first owner, only used for CET.

  10. lol! love the title of your post:) One quick tip to avoid these spam messages, in your “about” page, change @gmail to “at gmail dot com”. people will still get it and you can avoid these mails:)

  11. Oh dear….if only making millions were that easy…we’d all be throwing our bank details at rich grammatically challenged widows with nothing else to do but lie back & reap the benefits!! I can see it’s easy to innocently buy something on the internet & get caught out but I’m honestly amazed that anyone still falls for this kind of cocoa processing/deathbed/political conflict/tug at the heartstrings diatribe…

    I do like Eat,Live,Burp’s dot com suggestion, but I wonder how many folks out there copy & paste and then say that the e-mail doesn’t work ;)

    • yes Elena, there must still be some people who fall for these tricksters… they just need the odd one who will answer and send them some money….. I like your “grammatically challenged widow” comment…. ahhahah :)

  12. Oh, shoot I thought I was the only one getting these offers. So far I’ve collect 27 viruses, my bank account has been drained. I’ve lost my house and my wife has left me. But I keep thinking that one of these is for really. Don’t ya think? I’ve also heard a lot of others too, but the record keeps spinning backward saying, “Paul”, is dead. Anyway. So glad you’ve learned how to collect your millions. Do you need another family member? Or even a best friend? I’m your guy!!!!! Anyway, It’s always good for a laugh, don’t ya think? I’ve been dreaming about a way to send these back and jam their mail boxes, but that would be just plain mean. Hehehehe.

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