Thanks to Joyce L. in Janesville for sending in today's Spam Report.
Apparently, the head U.N. inspector at JFK Airport in New York found a couple boxes there with her and other "undisclosed-recipients" names on it and wants to return it to her house, in person. These boxes allegedly hold $3-$4 million each.
Forget for a minute that the United Nations has no, let me repeat that, NO legal authority to inspect anything on U.S. soil. Now that a doctor in NYC has tested positive for Ebola, nothing's getting out of New York in the next 24 hours. Nothing.
Joyce plans to hit delete and I'd suggest you do the same. Thanks for sending it in.
If you have an email you want to warn your neighbors about, please send it to me: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great weekend.
From:Richard D. Lenski
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2014 11:25 AM
Richard D. Lenski
J.F. K International Airport New York
I am Richard D. Lenski, Chief Inspection Agent- United Nations Inspection Unit at John F. Kennedy International airport, New York- working hand in hand with Department of Homeland Security and U.S Customs and Border Protection. During our investigation, I discovered an abandoned shipment from a Diplomat from Africa via UN office-London UK and when scanned it revealed an undisclosed sum of money in a metal trunk box weighing approximately 25kg each. The consignment was abandoned because the Content was not properly declared by the consignee as money rather it was declared as photographic materials and personal effect to avoid diversion by the shipping agent and also the Diplomat inability to pay for Non Inspection Fees.
On my assumption, each of the boxes will contain about $3Million to $4Million each and the consignment is still left in the airport storage facility till today. The consignment is two metal boxes with weight of about 25kg each. Apparently, the details of the consignment including your name and address are tagged on the Metal Trunk boxes.
Provide your name, phone number and full home address, to cross check if it corresponds with the name and address on the consignment including the name of nearest airport around your city and other details. You can send the requested information to me by email for onward delivery. All communication must be held extremely confidential. I can get everything concluded within 24 hours upon your acceptance and proceed to your address for delivery if you assure me of sharing the content 30%/70% with you on my arrival to your house.
Below is my direct telephone number but send me all the requested information to my email
Richard D. Lenski
J.F Kennedy International Airport, New York