November 27th, 2011
|12:46 pm - EMAIL, WE GET YOUR EMAIL, WE GET YOUR EMAIL EVERY DAY|
Good morning,Hello Shawn Michaels from London,.
It is my pleasure to locate your profile and your email on [site I've never been to] as a professional recording studio operator. I am Shawn Michaels from London,I am coming to
your studio there in United State to make a recording of my speech in which I
would be use in a gathering together with my Alumni Member by 23th of
January 2012 here in Bromley,London.I would be inviting a professional
interpreter from China to meet me in your studio in United State for the interpreting
of the speech to Chinese,French,Dutch and Spanish language.
let me know how much you do charge for making a speech recording for two hours
into a CD , as soon as I have the price to have 2hours session with you,I would
go ahead for securing the date with you
I'm sorry, but we don't take fraudulent cashier's checks, such as the kind you would no doubt insist on paying with in advance, even if you were so nice as to add more to the total on the check for me to "hold for you" while you travelled to my studio there in United State. I would be interested to know where exactly my studio is, since I don't have one. And while I've been to Paradise, I've never been to United State.
Give my best to your Alumni Member.
|Date:||November 27th, 2011 05:48 pm (UTC)|| |
|Date:||November 27th, 2011 05:59 pm (UTC)|| |
Alumni of what? I've been meaning to get my member educated.
Bromley! How glamorous. LOL.
OMG, the Heartbreak Kid wrote you!
I was gonna ask him if he ever gets together for drinks with Marty Jannetty and look at pictures of The Rockers and laugh like the rest of us do when we look at yearbook pictures
|Date:||November 30th, 2011 04:43 pm (UTC)|| |
I will never understand why e-mail scams are so poorly edited. Surely they'd catch more people off guard if they ran the damned letter through a spellcheck.