This one is from: [email protected]
Subject: Urgent Inquiry
Date: February 24, 2012
I'm contacting you because i need your urgent assistant, i lost my cake baker, I would like to know if can bake my wedding cake, am expecting approximately 300 guest or more, the cake should be decorated with roses, and i want it in Fondant or butter cream. Below is the cake details:
Cake Flavor. Fudgy Chocolate and Vanilla
Filling Flavor. Raspberry and Chocolate Mint or Strawberry
I want an inscription be writing on one of the cake as (Happy Married) and it should be pack in a cake boxes and I have it ready for the pick up on 9th of March 2012, @ 11:00 o'clock A.M... do 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.
At least this one is from a *bride* which is not always the case. But notice the similarity between this wording and the wording in the first scam from 2008.
ALWAYS beware when the email does not come directly to you. In this case, there was no "TO:" line, and we were a BCC.