Wednesday, February 9, 2022

When You Are Not Too Good at Fraud

Good to hear from you........ I want to tell you more about me. I am an orphan and my parents died with my only brother when I was 9 years old in a car accident. The United States government took me to an orphanage home to look after me until I was 20 years old.

I joined The US Army because I have no home and relatives before I was posted to Syria for a peacekeeping mission and I hope to retire soon because of the recent development here in the military camp in which I also had a bullet injury and I will be leaving this military camp by the UN instruction.

Actually I want to talk about something very important to you and I need your help. Okay I feel good about who you are and I feel I've met the right person and I know the success of this offer will depend on our mutual trust. I will come to you and I want to invest in your country and start a new life there. Can I trust you? I have a special reason why I contacted you and it is very urgent. Please read and listen carefully for understanding. This is my national ID card.

Actually, I have some money I kept under a security service company ($2.8 million USD) here in syria and this is the money I have secured since all my lifetime of serving the Government as a military officer in the United Nation/NATO Air force, and also some other money which we got from securing some group of oil companies because of the threat from the Syrian (SDF terrorist group) and the ISIL Rebel group over here in Syria since my peacekeeping mission for the past 2 years.

The United Nations now has an air force?  Her national ID card:

She works for the "Department of Arms."  How many other errors can you work out in this ID card?

UPDATE: Now she works for the Secret Service under the Army.

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