July 21, 2005, - 11:15 am

My Friend, Suha Arafat

By Debbie Schlussel
You’ve no doubt received e-mails from this or that “Prince of Zamunda,” who wants your banking information so that they can bestow upon you half of their gazillion dollar fortune. You, and only you, lucked out that they e-mailed you for their scam. Well, this latest one really takes the cake. It’s from “Suha Arafat.” And yes, the real “Suha” does have Swiss bank accounts, just like her late husband did. That’s where your billions in tax aid to the Palestinians went. And I’m sure I’m the first person they wanted to reward with their riches. Read it and laugh.

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Suha Arafat with Yasser’s Daughter?
(Arafat was said to be gay and they lived on different continents.)

— arafat suha arfs_300@walla.com wrote:
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 10:02:15 +0300
From: arafat suha arfs_300@walla.com
Subject: SUHA
Dear friend,
I seek your permission to introduce myself to you.
I am Mrs Suha Arafat,wife of Yasser Arafat the late
Palestinian ruler.
Before the death of my husband,I had to close my swiss
bank accounts and relocated the funds.I proceeded to
deposit the money as valuables in different private
Vaulting companies for safe keeping.This I did when
the French Prosecutors started an inquiry into
transfers I made into banks accounts I have in France.
Please if you can assist in claiming this fund and
investing it in your country,contact me as quickly
as possible along with your full name,contact address
and telephone number in order to give you the contact
Information of the Vaulting company in Europe.
At the successful collection of the fund,you shall be
compensated with 30% of the amount collected,5% shall
be set aside to pay for the expenses incurred in the
process of the collection and the balance 65% shall be
retained for the investment.
I count on your absolute confidentiality while
looking forward to your prompt reply.
See this website for more information:
www.scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=1314882004
www.blog-irish.com/suha.htm
Regards,
Suha Arafat.

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One Response

Scam-baiting has been on the rise to counter filthy con-artists like this. Scam-baiting is the art of getting the potential thieves to go through ludicrous acts, under the guise that you actually believe their promises of wealth.
There are several sites about this, but my favorite is: http://www.419eater.com/
Grab a beverage first, as there’s plenty of material there to sift through. Be sure to check out their “trophy room”, too!

Yngvai on July 21, 2005 at 11:50 am

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