Saturday, December 8, 2018

My SECOND (And Last) Official Letter Of Reply

Mr. Robben Davis:

Robben, Robben, Robben .... I'm terribly disappointed at this point in my transactions with the African Government.

Shame on the U. S. Department of Homeland Security that has instructed the U. S. Government to sieze my funds.  By the way, that's spelled SEIZE.  That money, originating in Africa,  is meant as compensation to all the scam victims, which I am entitled to be a beneficiary of.  Wait ... did you just end that sentence with a participle?  Anyway,  how dare you meddle in my business.

I understand you, as the Department of Homeland Security representative, have agreed to be in charge of disbursing the funds, in agreement with the Economic Community of West African States.  Okay, I forgive you for holding up my millions.  How nice of you to help us poor Americans get what's coming to us.

I have taken note of your distribution schedule, but you haven't even mentioned the AMOUNT of money I'm receiving.



What happened to the $27.5 million that was just going to be deposited in my name directly into my account??  

I see your alternative is delivery by a Diplomatic Agent, with an extra charge of $320.  That sounds reasonable, since I'm getting over 27 million, however I'm not sure how you are going to be able to load that much on to an ATM MasterCard as you have stated.  Please do not send me 200 ATM cards as that would look rather suspicious.

Just to be sure I have this correct, you want my full name, my mailing address and my phone number.  So here goes:

Name:      Busty Valentine (as per the last Name Game I played)

Address:  Bank of America, P. O. Box 0000, Los Angeles, California

Phone:     11325-6667-4312-9

Age:       A gentleman NEVER asks a woman's age.  You're out of luck on that question.

Sex:       Only if you pass all the extensive tests at the local hospital.  You can't be too careful these

Please respond quickly, as I've already spent the first million using my credit cards.  By the way, are you married?  Maybe you want to come and help me spend $26.5 million???

Breathlessly awaiting your reply .....


In the meantime, while I await my millions, I'm off to cooking school to revive the old 60's trend of FONDUE!!!  Maybe I can impress Robben with my cooking skills.


  1. LOL, love these letters such wonderful replies,
    hmm Busty Valentine eh?? on my you are having too much fun with this.

    1. That's the kind of answer I get from those "games". It IS fun, I have to admit!!

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    1. Sometimes their crazy letters just scream out for a reply!!

  3. I think you have the upper hand there, Nancy! You've stumped him now for sure! haha

    1. The emails I get are just so crazy. Surely they don't believe people will fall for this stuff.

  4. I am disappointed. He is just trying to do his job. *smile*

  5. 3241 4325 0067 5432 that's my Fort Knox Visa card number put it in there
    I'll be glad to hold your $1,908.73 West African rands

    (due to the west African rand fluctuationI i think there's a plus or -$.50 US dollars )
    So with the exchange rate and I think you can put that on your one credit card
    But if he sends by Fed ex the whole 27.5 Mil, as cash you're probably pay more in shipping than the $1908.73 that you would get
    But if it's any consolation you could wallpaper your bathroom with it.
    just think you could have a 27.5 mill bathroom
    Although you might not justify it when you sell your house

    1. 14.5 cents Rand West Africa currency X 6.89 equal one US dollar
      But keep in mind,, as of 2008 still in circulation south Africa has a $100 million dollar bill... so you're 27.5 million Is chump Change
      The South African Rand is the currency in South Africa (ZA, ZAF). The South African Rand is also known as Rands. The symbol for ZAR can be written R. The South African Rand is divided into 100 cents. The exchange rate for the South African Rand was last updated on December 7, 2018 from The International Monetary Fund.

    2. Oh gee ... I never thought about the exchange rate. That will be in the NEXT letter I write! LOL