Today’s My Lucky Day

Okay people, thank you very much.

Never again will I have to slave over websites, write posts, create quizzes or leave comments in order to earn points, cents and dollars. In fact, I will never ever have to work or even lift a finger to do anything. Not me, not my children and not even my grandchildren if I do not run out of this amazing fortune.

Read this email and I am sure you will all turn green with envy:

This is an official message directed to you.

My entire family and I have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of £ 1, 000,000 GBP (one million Pounds) as part of our won prize to you in our ongoing lucky draws donations.

If you have received this message, it means you are one among the lucky recipients, and all you need to do, is to get back to us via my personal email: mr.adrianbayford@

Congratulations & Happy Celebrations in Advance.

God Bless You

Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Bayford

So please excuse me while I go out to buy myself a castle, a yacht and a few diamond necklaces, a trip around the world and a new mansion to house all my new wardrobe.

Maybe I can buy the Buckingham Palace with this money!

I know this is a scam email but it is fun to know I am recipient of such wealth even if imaginary.

Do you get such scam emails often?


What do you think?

15 Points

Written by Dawnwriter


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  1. I’ve received a lot of emails like this and I never truly believed they are genuine for the very simple reason: Why on Earth somebody would want to give me his own money without even introducing himself first? Why me?

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