I’m still in North Wales selling whelks.

From: Self
To: peter Ikenga
Subject: Re: Compensation To Madam Trellis
Date sent: Tue, 01 Apr 2008 20:24:50 +0100

Dear Mr Ikenga

How delightful to hear from you again!

I understand that Paraguay is lovely at this time of year, and also the home of some of the world’s finest freshwater whelks if I remember my geography lessons correctly.

Thank you so much for your kind offer of compensation for my efforts during our recent venture, but I’m pleased to be able to say that the offer is no longer necessary. I have been in negotiations with a well known publisher who has offered me a large sum of money for my extensive collection of correspondence with a number of 419 scammers. They intend to publish the book in time for next Christmas, with the title “Mrs Trellis – Scambuster” and hope to cash in on a market that has been poorly served since the sad demise of Henry Root.. I am therefore writing to ask if you would be so kind as to allow our recent correspondence to appear in the book, I’ll be happy to send you a signed copy if you agree.

I look forward to your reply

Kind regards

Mrs Trellis

I’m still in North Wales selling whelks.

No reply for a couple of weeks, and then…….

From: Peter Ikenga
To: trellis@ti?????.net
Subject: Compensation To Madam Trellis
Date sent: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 19:22:57 +0100 (CET)

Dear Madam Trellis Good News,

I’m happy to inform you about my success in getting those funds transferred under the cooperation of a new partner from paraguay. Presently i’m in Paraguay for investment projects with my own share of the total sum. meanwhile,i didn’t forget your past efforts and attempts to assist me in transferring those funds despite that it failed us some how.

Now contact my secretary in Abidjan Ivory Coast his name is MR.MAKEL EZE ,on makel101@yahoo.com ask him to send you the total of $200.000.00 which i kept for your compensation for all the past efforts and attempts to assist me in this matter. I appreciated your efforts at that time very much. so feel free and get in touched with my secretary MR.MAKEL EZE ,and instruct him where to send the amount to you.

Please do let me know immediately you receive it so that we can share the joy after all the sufferness at that time. in the moment, I’m very busy here because of the investment projects which me and the new partner are having at hand, finally, remember that I had forwarded instruction to the secretary on your behalf to receive that money, so feel free to get in touch with MR.MAKEL EZE, he will send the amount to you without any delay.

Regards,

Barrister Peter Ikenga,

I’m now in Paraguay for investment projects.

“pull yourself together Mr Ikenga”

From: Self
To: peter Ikenga
Subject: VERY URGENT
Date sent: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 12:14:41 -0000

Dear Mr Ikenga

Have you collected that money yet? It has been 2 days now since my trip to Caernarfon and I am rather depending on receiving 3 MILLION US DOLLARS before Saturday when I’ve arranged to see Mrs Ogmore- Pritchard for a gin and whelk supper.

it would be a shame if the Government and their cohorts got their greedy hands on our money just because you were unable to carry out a simple task. Do try to pull yourself together Mr Ikenga.

Kind Regards

Mrs Trellis

WHERE IS THE MONEY??????

From: Peter Ikenga
To: trellis@??????.net
Subject: QUICK RESPONSE AWAITED!!!
Date sent: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 14:19:04 +0100 (CET)

Dear Trellis

Greeting to you with due respect ,where do you send the money that is what i ask you? let me know now ok. the name of our country is Ivory Coast Abidjan.

so where do you send the money ? Thank for understanding

Barrister Peter Ikenga

Mrs T is offended

From: Self
To: Peter Ikenga
Subject: Re: HURRY UP NOW
Date sent: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 12:52:16 -0000

Dear Mr Ikenga

I’m sure I don’t know what you are implying by “whatyou need to do is tofollow up the instructions and stop drinking gin “, I’ll have you know that I am a by-word for sobriety in these parts.

I have to say that the transfer agent we employed did look a bit shifty but I’m not keen on another trip to the mean streets of Caernarfon unless absolutely essential. I have therefore reviewed your information and have noticed that you have made a couple of mistakes:

Firstly, it isn’t Wales England. Wales isn’t part of England and that sort of mistake can make people even crosser than when they get accused of drinking too much gin. It is Wales, United Kingdom.

Secondly you seem to have the question and answer wrong, unless you were encrypting it for security purposes. The question was “how are you getting home?” and the answer was “well, I was going to use a big six-wheeler, scarlet painted, London transport, diesel engine, ninety-seven horsepower omnibus, but that broke down so it will have to be one of Blodwyn’s taxis.”

Do try to pay attention Mr Ikenga, this operation can’t afford any further slip ups of this nature.

KInd regards

Mrs Trellis

“follow up the instructions and stop drinking gin”

From: Peter Ikenga
To: trellis@??????.net
Subject: HURRY UP NOW
Date sent: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 12:26:55 +0100 (CET)

Dear Trellis

Greeting to you inrespect of the money you sent, i send my secretary for the picking of the money this moning to western union agent.and he went there, the agent manager said that them did not see the money in our country, where did you send the money? be courageous and focus about this project funds we about to received ,what you need to do is to follow up the instructions and stop drinking gin ok,this is the information you sent me her !!!

SENDERS NAME ETHEL TRELLIS
COUNTRY NAME WALES ENGLAND
TAXI QUESTION & ANSWER LUKY CROUCHER
MTC N CONTROL 2183656021
AMOUNT £11.50

This is your information you sent to me, and with this information my secretary said that western uinon agent did not see the money so where do you send it?, let me no now,

The receiver information suspense to be like this

Name of Receiver: Osita Sunday John.
Country;Ivory Coast Abidjan.
Amount £11.50 Mtc n control
Taxi question answer

Hurry up now so that my secrtary will go back there now ok,

Barrister Peter Ikenga

a big six wheeler, scarlet painted…..

From: Self
To: Peter Ikenga
Subject: Re: VERY URGENT
Date sent: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 17:27:21 -0000

Dear Mr Ikenga

As I said, by the time I’d paid the extortionate demands of Blodwyn’s Taxi Solutions, “Lucky” Croucher and the money transfer commission, there was only £11.50 to be sent, that’s ELEVEN POUNDS AND FIFTY PENCE.

The name that I used to send the money was my own, Ethel Trellis.

The Country I sent the money from was Wales.

The number that the unsavoury chap in the booth at the back of O’Riley’s market gave me was 2183656021.

He did ask me a question, I hadn’t realised it was important, he said “how are you getting home?” and I said, “well, I was going to use a big six-wheeler, scarlet painted, London transport, diesel engine, ninety-seven horsepower omnibus, but that broke down so it will have to be one of Blodwyn’s taxis.”

I do hope that helps.

Kind regards

Mrs Trellis.

where is the money ?!!!!

From: Peter Ikenga
To: trellis@??????.net
Subject: VERY URGENT
Date sent: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 17:55:10 +0100 (CET)

Dear Mrs Trellis,

Greeting to you inrespect of the money you send, please can you tell me how much you sent, with the information you use to send the money, sender first name and last name.with the country where you from send the money,with correct control number,with text question and anwer

Barrister Peter Ikenga,

a trip to the Lower East Side…..

From: Self
To: peter Ikenga
Subject: Compliance news
Date sent: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 14:38:36 -0000

Dear Mt Ikenga

Well, what a morning that was! Blodwyn’s Taxi Solutions charged an extortionate amount of money. THIRTY FIVE pounds, EACH WAY! If it hadn’t been essential to get the legal fees paid quickly then I would have waited until the bus was repaired, but sadly that wasn’t an option.

Anyway, the Lower East Side of Caernarfon is even rougher than I remembered it from my trip with Aida and the girls when the Russian whelk fleet last put into Bangor. What a night that was, but I digress. The taxi driver wasn’t prepared to go any further than the Station car park, so while he waited there I was forced to employ the services of a local hoodlum, the improbably named “Lucky” Croucher, to act as my guide and minder. He charged 40 pounds and even then muttered darkly about a tip. Really, Mr Ikenga, I sometimes wonder if you and I are the only honest people left in the world.

We eventually found a booth at the back of O’Riley’s Market where an unsavoury looking chap agreed to arrange a money transfer. Having been relieved of £70 for taxi fares and a further £40 for my guide I was of course now down to £18. I wasn’t best pleased to discover that the minimum commission on a money transfer was £6.50, but having no choice, I agreed to the deal and have now sent £11.50 to :

OSITA SUNDAY JOHN.
2305 RUE JESSE OWENS 01 ABIDJAN.
ABIDJAN – IVORY COAST.

The reference number is 218365602

I hope this is satisfactory.

Kind regards

Mrs E Trellis

Buses and Taxis

From: Self
To: Peter Ikenga
Subject: Re: Waiting for your compliance news.
Date sent: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 09:13:27 -0000

Dear Mr Ikenga

Thank you for your reply. I shall go this morning to Caernarfon, where I believe there is a Money Transfer Agent on the Lower East Side. It’s not the sort of place that an unarmed lady feels safe to visit, but needs must.

I was intending catching a bus, you probably aren’t aware of this, but Bangor Transport has a very fine example of a big six-wheeler, scarlet painted, London transport, diesel engine, ninety-seven horsepower omnibus. Unfortunately it broke down on the return journey from Caernarfon, yesterday so I shall phone Blodwyn’s Taxi Solutions and order a taxi. This will obviously cost a little more than going by bus and hence eat a little further into the money I am able to send but I do feel that time is of the essence. I’ll let you know the outcome.

Kind regards

Mrs Trellis