This is the latest:
From: Alex Bryant <email@example.com>
Subject: Cake Inquiry
Date: February 2, 2010 10:30:52 AM CST
To: undisclosed recipients: ;
My name is Alex Bryant, I would like to know if you bake wedding cake, I need a cake that can serve approximately 270 guests or more, I would like you to bake me a cake and decorated it with roses, i want the cake be in Fondant or Butter cream. Below is the cake information:
Cake Flavor: White Chocolate Butter and Vanilla.
Cake Filling: Raspberry and Chocolate Mint or Strawberry
I want an inscription be writing on one of the cake as (Alex wed Tina) and I want you to pack the cake in different boxes when it's ready for pick up. And I want you to have the cake to be ready for pick-up on 26th of February 2010, 11:00 o'clock A.M. Kindly let me know if you can fulfill the date, once i have your reply i will forward all the details and the picture sample of the cake.
I await your reply soon.
I guess I shouldn't feel too bad. The email was not sent to "us" but to "undisclosed recipients." Somewhere out there are many more potential victims.
I WAS tempted to reply to the email, just to see which photo he would send me. Would it be something simple that almost anyone could do? Or would it be a challenge?
Oh what the heck, I am going to do it anyway. Will keep y'all posted.