Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Making progress

Our bizarre good luck continues, my faithful flock. I have heard back from Ibrahim Wata, our African banker friend. Although he did not directly agree to my Milkbone demand, I will take his continued correspondence as a sign that he is still interested. What a unique opportunity we have. Who else has had the good fortune of being approached in such a manner by an e-mailing stranger from Burkina Faso offering such a golden opportunity? Clearly, Allah is smiling upon the ministry. I will keep you posted on this matter. Below you will find our latest e-mail exchange:

Dear Ayatollah Mugsy,

Thanks for your last mail. I have made this transaction clearly to you that this is 100% risk free and there is no atom of negative on both side.

As regards to your question, your account using for the transaction is where you shall receive the fund, so be rest assured that nothing will happen to your account, If you are not asured of what am telling you, you can open a new account for the transaction, just to tell you that this is risk free. So send me yous banking details so that we shall proceed.

Best regards

Mr.Ibrahim Wata.


Mr. Wata,
I feel much more comfortable now that you have assured me that there is no atom of negative. Please allow me a few days to bring this matter before my congregation for a vote. I expect that I will get back to you by the end of the week with my financial information, provided you consent to the Milkbone request in my previous e-mail. Will you be needing my Social Security number, as well?
Supreme Ayatollah
Pug Life Ministries


JMG said...

Wow, what an exciting proposition! Now that he's assured you that there's no atom of negative on both side, I'm sure you can trust this guy. If he tries anything underhanded, you can always sic your security forces on him since you have his home address and phone number. Good luck!

Puggyspice said...

Ummm... that guy has written to me also.

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

Yes, JMG. And I have verified through my site meter that he is, indeed, in Burkina Faso (he visited the blog at my urging, and he remains keenly interested in doing business with me).

Puggyspice, you and Tyler know Mr. Wata? It's a small world after all.

Peaches said...

I sometimes go to the scam baiting websites and read similiar letters and responses, they are really quite amusing. I think you should demand 45% and a picture of him standing in front of the bank.

Shadow said...

Wow. [insert sarcastic grin here] And here I thought I was the only one that recieved such letters of importance! I am so hurt and disappointed now just thinking that I am not "special" anymore!