When I arrived at the shop this morning, my morning manager (Pat) told me we had a request for a relay call. She had tried to explain to the operator that she could not accept the call until I came in, but the voice kept talking. So she hung up. Then I open my emails to discover one from Mike Williams.
Word-for-word, the same email as last June. They must have a really big scam operation if they do not remember who they have tried to scam in the past.
The "from" email is different, so beware:
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 07:04:11 -0800 (PST)
From: Mike Williams <email@example.com>
Subject: Cake order for 24th Feb 2009.
I will like you to bake me a chocolate or a strawberry cake of 5 tier that can serve approximately 300 guest or more , and I want the cake to be decorated with pink roses and the cake should be covered in fondant or in butter cream, and let there be an inscription be writing on one as “HAPPY MARRIED LIFE” and i want you to pack them in different boxes after ready for pick up.. And I want you to have the cake ready for pick-up on 24th Feb 2009., 3 O'clock PM. So let me know if you can fill in the date for me ????. Reply me back and let me know if you can fill in the date for me....??? then i can forward all the details and the picture sample of what i will like you to bake for me.
Thanks and God bless.
I am going to reply that I am sorry his first marriage didn't work out, but really it is in bad taste to have the same wedding cake twice.
Ok, he responded with an innocent "What do you suggest?" I replied "Try this." with a link to the blog. Have not heard from him since.