Queen Elizabeth Foundation email scam reply

A scam email making the rounds has slammed into my inbox with a resounding thud. Polite Canadian that I am, I always respond to emails – especially ones from Her Royal Highness – but I’m in a hurry today, so I’ll just fill in my responses in bold.



Yes, you bet I’m concerned.

The QEII Foundation, would like to formal notify you that you have been chosen by the board of trustees as one of the final recipients of a cash Grant/Donation for your own personal, educational, and business development. What if I just feel like going out and getting smashed a little more often?

The QEII Foundation established 1977 by the Multi-Million groups and with the objective of human growth, educational, and community development. Grammar lessons will one day be offered too, I hope?

To celebrate the 28th anniversary program which, if you’re paying attention, was nearly three years ago, The QEII Foundation is giving out a yearly donation of £488,210.00 (Four Hundred And Eighty Eight Thousand, Two Hundred and Ten Pound Sterling) to 100 lucky recipients. These specific Donations/Grants will be awarded to 100 lucky international recipients worldwide; in different categories for their personal business development and enhancement of their educational plans.

At least 15% of the awarded funds should be used by you to develop a part of your environment. Development proposals include turning forest into housing, landfill, amusement parks or server farms to ensure shit like this has a safe place to be stored and distributed.


This is a yearly program, which is a measure of universal development strategy, whatever the hell that means. The objective is to make a notable change in the standard of living of people all around the Universe (From America to Europe, Asia to Africa and all around). The Klingons will be miffed you forgot to mention them.

The QEII Foundation has been assured of highest organization standard courtesy of the British Government. It is our belief that we can achieve a great positive change in the general welfare of the universe through this program. OK, now I’m suspicious. The Brits spell it programme.
That is why the foundation is doing everything possible to get all recipients notified of their donation.

Note that your country is not the only country that is benefiting from this donation. Finally being nice to the Germans, are we? Oh right, your family’s German. Sorry.

Beneficiaries have been chosen from countries from all continents. The idea of this donation is that within ten years from now, there will be notable richness among many unusual people around the world. Gee, thanks! I guess…

This will give many people the opportunity to get their lives to a stage where they had always wanted. Kindly note that you will only be chosen to receive the donation once, which means that subsequent yearly donation will not get to you again.

Take time and thought in spending the donation wisely on something that will last you a long time. Guess that rules out iPods? Recipients are only eligible to be awarded this donation once.

You were selected among the lucky recipients to receive the award sum of £488,210.00 (Four Hundred And Eighty
Eight Thousand, Two Hundred And Ten Pound Sterling) as charity donations/aid from the QEII Foundation. Is there an echo around here?

Note that all beneficiaries email addresses were selected randomly from over 100,000 internet websites or a shop’s cash invoice around your area in which you might have purchased something from). Punctuation trouble is temporary. Please do not adjust your viewer.

You are required to fill the form below and email it to our Executive Secretary below for qualification documentation and processing of your claims. After contacting our office with the requested data, you will be given your donation
pin number, which you will use in collecting the funds. I’ve always wanted to tell you how much I love the way you grasp your sceptre at the opening of Parliament, my Sovereign.

All information is strictly confidential and will only be used for the purpose to which it is been requested. Vacuuming my bank account, perhaps?

Please note that these donations/Grants are strictly administered under delegated powers from the British Government. This means that your qualification number will be reffled to know the organization that will handle your payment. That’s a relief. Adequate reffling is the first thing I check for when verifying an offer’s legitimacy.

You are to keep this whole information confidential until you have been able to collect your donation, as there have been many cases of double and unqualified claim, due to beneficiaries informing third parties about his/her donation. Lips are sealed, Queenie babe.

On behalf of the Board kindly, accept our warmest congratulations.

Queen Elizabeth II, By the grace of Google, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and her other Realms and Territories, Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith in Spam.
(Foundation officer).

© 2007 QEII Foundation. All Rights Reserved.

151 Responses to “Queen Elizabeth Foundation email scam reply”

  1. December 17, 2007 at 11:31 am

    If they’re raising money for her electrolysis, for the love of God just give it to them!

  2. December 17, 2007 at 2:42 pm

    Electrolysis? God Shave the Queen!

  3. 3 DOn in USA
    January 5, 2008 at 7:36 pm

    I hate stuff like this exspecially when you are a struggling college student!!!!!

  4. 4 Richard
    February 5, 2008 at 5:50 pm

    I know!!! so do I.

  5. 5 JoeNight
    February 26, 2008 at 11:16 pm

    So sorry, i’m from Germany and got this strange spam email. At first i thought wow, her majesty has choosed me for what? And then i realised that they wanted money… it’s really disgusting. After all these people think they can fool their fellow citizens with this kind of crap….

    no way…

    I reported them to the german Staatsanwaltschaft so they will have an nice time after the german judicative is after them. Better luck next time suxxors😛

  6. 6 JoeNight
    February 26, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    Oh, before i forget: “God shave the Queen.” *g*

  7. 7 walterreel
    February 29, 2008 at 3:22 pm


    Dude, you’ll only be scammed if you pay attention to these idiots. Do yourself a favour and discover the delete key!

  8. 8 adeel akhtar
    March 1, 2008 at 12:16 pm

    i am so intersting of you i love you and want to meet you hi i no so much aboiut prince philip and you and your family and prince philip and alot about your childrens please reply back and add me on msn and i am going to meet you when i am 12.bye

    please answere from the queen and can i visit
    from adeel fron birmingham.

  9. March 1, 2008 at 2:02 pm

    adeel: please to make of your knowingness and acquaintance in matters of meeting in queen style this my reply back is so sorry no time birmingham far away call back sometime maybe

  10. 10 Anonymous
    March 19, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    stop sending this crap thanx

  11. March 19, 2008 at 4:17 pm

    Mr. Anon – you need to read the article, mkay? It’s a joke. Like, it makes funny of spam already? Thanks for your kind attention.

  12. 12 Leah
    April 2, 2008 at 3:33 pm

    Unfortunately I received it too… I am a person developing a disability and paying off a significant college bill. How wonderful it would have been if it were true. They offered me 500,000 US dollars.

  13. April 3, 2008 at 5:27 am

    I really hope you didn’t get in contact with them at all. I might be making fun out of this, but these people are at root nothing but criminals, and deserve to be treated as such.

    I wish you the best of luck and courage in the face of your disability and overcoming the financial burden of student debt. It’s a long-term investment though, and nobody can take it away or sell it on.

  14. 14 Rick
    April 6, 2008 at 12:17 am

    Got that piece of crap too! They (Africa and Nigeria) should get their internet access cut off!

    Can’t WE …the rest of planet earth get together to shut these as*hol*s down forever????

    We should get a coalition going to pulverize the crap out of them! I win about 2 to 5 million british sterling pounds a week!! They just keep sending and sending and sending their crap into my mail!

    I got caught at first and now they have allot of my personal information which really gets me burning for revenge! I’d like to personally go over there and collect the millions they’ve all promised me! I have another plan but disclosing it could incriminate me sooo……!

    Anyway, I think we should get a bunch of good hackers together and screw the crap out of the Nigerian and African ISP servers and all their online systems to wreck them forever. I would also suggest that our countries put up a filter to their IP addresses. We should have a button to press to activate recieving any kind of transmission from those countries.

    Yahoo and hotmail as well as msn should also setup special filters to end this crap!


  15. 15 saylor
    April 6, 2008 at 1:55 am

    i got hte same e-mail today..out of work and tryin to raise a 13 yr old sure does sound nice and so sad that those creeps have to tarnish the queens name like that….

  16. 16 Catherine in Leeds
    April 6, 2008 at 7:54 am

    I can not tell you of how many scams I have received, by what i suspect is the same group, the latest is the fact that as an unknown single mother who is struggling to raise 4 year old twins, I have won a huge amount of money in the form of US dollars, amusing as I live in Britain that the Queen would support the dollar rather than the currency bearing her own face. And i must have inspired somebody to be awarded such a gift…however thay don’t even know my name and age, or address and telephone number. Just like the student who posted his comment I feel for second an answer to my prayers but then reality hits, it is a shame these scammers have no conscience.

  17. 17 saylor
    April 6, 2008 at 11:29 am

    i know a wonderful hacker here in the US maby he can come up with something as that is a real good ideal

  18. 18 Fred Kasumba
    April 14, 2008 at 11:42 am

    I have received and ignored such crap before. Three years ago, I saved a friend who was about to lose $2,500. The hackers wanted him to send it to them by Western Union, in consideration of getting 40% of the $16 million some guy had left in African Development Bank, following “a plane crash”. The $2,500 was supposed to be “handling fees”. Dear reader, there is nothing for nothing; charity cannot be on the e-mail. If you have e-mail, you are likely able to put food on your table, while those who need the charity have no e-mail address!! If you have a donation, send it to known charities not these thieves. These spammers just want to know your bank account, and may use it for unlawful purposes, including stealing whatever is on it. I ADMIT – FIND THE DELETE KEY ON YOUR COMPUTER NOW, AND PRESS IT.

  19. 19 delisfarr
    April 24, 2008 at 7:29 pm

    They must be getting cheap. The one I received today was for a mere 400,000 Pounds.

  20. 20 Chris
    May 19, 2008 at 6:53 am

    Received this on work email, a not for profit youth organisation. Thought it sounded too good to be true. Usual sign of a scam.
    Glad I decided to check it out first. Even with bad English and grammar.
    Thanks for the heads up.
    Cheers from Brisbane, Australia.

  21. 21 MAX
    May 21, 2008 at 8:35 pm


    (commenter follows with a copy of the spam email which I had a little fun here playing around with.)

    Sorry OliverMax, I can’t do much about this. Thanks for dropping by anyway.

  22. 22 Lenise
    May 22, 2008 at 12:06 pm

    This is the email I received this morning:

    Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation
    Woodlands RoadLeatherhead
    Court Leatherhead
    Surrey KT22 0BN.

    Attn: Beneficary

    Congratulations The Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation And has chosen you
    by the board of trusteesas one of the final recipients of a Cash
    Grant/Donation for your own personal, educational, and business development.
    To celebrate the 30th anniversary 2008 program, We are giving out a
    yearly donation of 500,000.00 Pounds to 40lucky recipients,as
    charitydonations/aid from the Vittorio Foundation, ECOWAS, EU and the Africa UNO
    in accordance with the enabling act of Parliament. which is part of
    our promotion To file for your claim you are to fillout below
    information and send it to the Payment Remitance Office Via their email contact
    address:BATCH NO: (N-222-6747,E-900-56)

    Full Name:…………………………..
    Residential Address:……………..
    Next of Kin:…………………………
    Winning Batch No:……………….

    You are to contact your pay offce in west african Nigeria

    (Payment Remitance Contact)
    Mr .Scott Phill
    E-Mail: queenelizabeth_donation@live.com

    What made me smile was the last last line, You are to contact you pay office in west african Nigeria.

    Why would an English Charity use Nigeria for any payouts coming from the UK if this was for real?

    Anything like this which comes to your email box, delete it cos it’s a scam, and besides they have a lot of information about you by the time you realise it’s a scam. DON’T GIVE YOUR DETAILS TO THESE SCAMMERS!

  23. May 23, 2008 at 10:42 am

    Am fed upof thieves .I pray God helps this world .Why do all that to Gods people.OH SORRY///////////////////////

  24. 24 Khadija
    May 31, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    I received the same email…First,I thought I am dreaming , coz this email came at the same time when I was looking for an affordable school to continue my study! I thought God heared my prayers and gave me a super gift!
    so stupied those people!!! I am so disappointed😦

  25. 25 Nina
    May 31, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    Today I received this same piece of crap from these scamsters. The moot point after reading all the above comments is that, is there no way to bring these crooks to book. So many gullible people have and will fall prey to these criminals. Can cyber police any where in the world not do something about this, so that it proves a deterrent to current and future fraudsters.

  26. May 31, 2008 at 8:27 pm

    If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is…

  27. 27 Veronique
    June 2, 2008 at 4:04 am

    I had to read all these comments to realize that I am not alone… feeling stupid when I read this incredible offer. True or not I was not so sure any more. But lately this is not the same mail I receive with such a big amount of money, I also won to the UK Lottery, see the mail below :

    You have won UK National Lottery 2008 Promo of 4,000.000.00 (Four MillionPounds Sterling). For claims contact Mrs. Lizzy James.E-mail: mrslizzyjames@jmail.co.za

    Which I never answer …

    ANd also this one :
    You have won UK National Lottery 2008 Promo of 4,000.000.00 (Four MillionPounds Sterling). For claims contact Mrs. Lizzy James.E-mail: mrslizzyjames@jmail.co.za

    Allow yourself to dream a minute when you get these mails,but better, go back to work and make yourself rich and happy with the gift you get from God.

    All this is pity as I live in a 3rd world country and I have some ideas to help these people (indonesia)

  28. 28 beth
    June 3, 2008 at 2:32 pm

    sad thing is if you look up the “queen elizabeth foundation”…it’s a charity for disabled people. these folks are truly running out of bs scam ideas! if you are gonna come up with an idea make sure you can’t google it to an actual link that states something different from your ridiculous email.

    lmao! I hope they all get what’s coming to them in the end!!

    to all scammers: GO GET A DAMN JOB LIKE THE REST OF US!!!!

  29. June 3, 2008 at 9:59 pm

    Looks like they figure they already have a job. It’s now our job to make sure they have a salary of zero.

  30. 30 sam
    June 4, 2008 at 2:03 pm

    Got 4 emails this morning all saying the same thing. I was going to delete all of them and decided to read one of them to see what it was. I read the message and thought to myself why would a foundation be giving away money, especially if they have no prior information about me. So i deleted the email immediately. After that I was thinking what if it was true and decided to look up the foundation myself and this is when i found this page. People are ignorant and need to get a life if they have time to send this many emails.

    June 9, 2008 at 5:36 am


  32. June 9, 2008 at 7:19 am

    I think we’ll have to file that one under “people unclear on the concept.”

  33. 33 OSCAR VETSI
    June 12, 2008 at 3:50 pm

    i need a help to continue my educaton ta the university of London, a distance education programme.
    i would be much pleased if you can forward this mail to the queen for financial help

    my Rwf NO. at the school is 060339920 .
    Am a Ghanaian


  34. June 12, 2008 at 4:41 pm

    And another. It’s a scam! I’ve done my best to make a joke of it. Read it again.🙂

  35. 35 Linda Evans
    June 16, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    so it’s not genuine then! lol well for someone that has had to work for every penny I knew it was spam when i got it i didn’t even dream it would be real although the foundation at least exists. I have at least 3 emails a month all trying to get me details as if I can afford to lose money, nooooo not my hard earned cash! and if it’s my passport they are after. I need it. xxxx.
    one more note i enjoyed reading all the above i had a good laugh now i am late for the GYM lol

  36. June 16, 2008 at 9:31 pm

    Hey, glad you liked it Linda. Thanks for leaving a note.

  37. July 6, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    that image is offencive and treason. please have it removed

  38. July 7, 2008 at 6:32 am

    I will submit your request to the proper authority and get back to you.😉

  39. 39 Mrs.Mayra Cuatrecasas
    July 9, 2008 at 3:50 am

    I’m Mexican,I recived it, I thought: Her Royal Higness choose me to help people.¡Great!For many years I helped poor people and disabled people. My family in law in Spain help people too in Africa,Kenia, Zaire,etc. I thank: may be it´s true. It’s disgusting. It is a FRAUD and these people CRIMINALS. I’ll report to the Queen’s Elizabeth Foundation and Mexican Legal Autorities, like INTERPOL in Cybernetics Crimes. I like invite all the victims in the world to do the same in your Countries and in the REAL Queen’s Elizabeth Foundation.

  40. 40 jen
    July 10, 2008 at 2:07 pm

    i keep getting alot of these scams ive been offerd to go half with some lawyer in utah to basicly steals a dead clients bank funds also a woman dying has offerd me her entire wealth as she has no kids nigeria wish to give me 2million just because they do now dear old queenie i feel pleased as a british citizen my queen has finaly noticed me but are times that hard that she needs my identity and all 33p from my bank account get a job phillip and stop spunging from the gov take my identity lizzie dear i am wanted for 23 murders hahaha not really but could be arranged can i have your id queenie dear i need the cash love. cummon share and share alike

  41. 41 Sanne
    July 10, 2008 at 2:51 pm

    I got this mail too, googled it and found your page right away. Thank you for blogging on this.

  42. 42 jen
    July 10, 2008 at 4:58 pm

    i have been googeling all of the email addresses from where the emails i have recieved are from only one came up with details so heres the details i got plus a couple other addresses to be weary of:
    Mili Saphore, Spanish Instructor Prattville High School; 420 Forge Rd. Deatsville, AL 36022; P.O. Box 681735; 361-8903; e-c-s@charter.net




  43. July 10, 2008 at 6:52 pm

    It’s like a multi-headed hydra or a gopher in the hole: cut off its head or whack it down, another one will spring up. Best thing is delete without opening!

  44. 44 leigh
    July 11, 2008 at 5:09 am

    gggggggggggeeeeeeezzzzzzzzzzeeeeeeeee…. i received it too!!!

  45. 45 lawrence
    July 11, 2008 at 6:14 am

    why can’t something be done to have these people shut down by some of our brilliant hackers .

  46. 46 Inov
    July 11, 2008 at 7:41 am

    my God!!..I got that mail….how stupid I am!!! I reply the mail….so what will happen then?? will it be harmful? what a silly!!

  47. July 11, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    You’d only be stupid if you sent them any money.

  48. 48 jen
    July 12, 2008 at 11:11 pm

    it isnt just the question of money identity theft is on the up and there are alot of things you can do nowadays with someones name address nationality date of birth all of the details that these people are asking for they can be used to get credit in your name passports for illegal citizens so on and so forth not only are these people fruadsters they are theifs and realy need stopping if only the police would do somethig about them it would be a start

  49. 49 Marima
    July 13, 2008 at 5:35 am

    yah I receive that same shit from this same stupid people what I did I bought a phone card call them and when the person pickup I told him if I look stupid to him. I told him to go and get a life and if this is the only way he thinks he can get rich that means he must be dream and he better suck it up and go find him self a job.

  50. 50 paul
    July 17, 2008 at 3:59 pm

    Why are alot of the scams coming from the united kingdom, africa ?? There should be something that can be done!! paul. I get several a week.

  51. 51 jen
    July 17, 2008 at 9:51 pm

    i dont think its coming from uk two of the emails i have recieved i googled the addresses on they both belong to two different people in america whos addresses are available via the internet as they are both college tutors one a tutor for the disabled and the other a tutor of languages i think someone is hacking addresses from all over the world its an international matter and they are not after money the are however after your personal details for illegal immegrations pardon my spelling its not the best but i too got more than one of these a week they slowed down after i informed them that everyone i recived i have been forwarding to the police although the police have not replied so i dont have a clue as to if anything is being done to stop it at our end but after awhile im sure the police will get sick of me emailing and do something

  52. 52 teresa davis
    July 22, 2008 at 5:56 pm

    I recieved this notice, the email address they gave was:


    and it was referenced to: qef.donations08@qef.org

    Where should I send this letter, for prosecution efforts?

    Thank You,
    Ms. Teresa Davis

  53. July 22, 2008 at 7:19 pm

    If you’re serious about trying to track these guys down, good luck. It is so easy to set up an email address and an alias. They could be anywhere. If you have their IP address and do a WhoIs search you might get a little closer, maybe even be able to lean on the provider to get them to stop sending this stuff, but they’ll just go somewhere else.

  54. 54 BASIT
    July 23, 2008 at 12:08 pm


  55. 55 Mayah
    August 9, 2008 at 1:42 pm

    I was wondering whats that about… I got that email as well and I dont really know if i should take it seriously?thanks

  56. 56 George
    August 21, 2008 at 12:50 pm

    Just received another beutiful offer in the making-to share amongst the 60 of us 600,000 pounds, great isn’t it.

    how do I stop this, any way of reporting them to the British Government-I mean using the queen’s name in this is being unrespectiful what do you think guys. they try to change few things even on the address like qef.org instead of the genuine qefd.org etc.

    another of the same nature got me two days ago-bearing the name of Dr. Larry H. Thomson-I later learnt through the same internet that this guy is a professor in Biology at one of the British Universities, oops!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  57. August 21, 2008 at 1:05 pm

    Well, I’ve been called disrespectful myself just by sticking up this post. Do you really think someone operating out of a basement in another country can be stopped by a British law?

    August 25, 2008 at 7:25 pm

    It is very interesting that this scam seems to be based in England when the REAL foundation is actually located in the heart of Toronto Canada. Someone has taken the name of the real charitable organization that raises donations the Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital Foundation, and twisted it for their own scam, it’s disgusting. I believe that these unscrupulous individuals are truly located in Canada, not England. Right now, the real Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital Foundation is in full drive trying to raise money through a lottery. They are currently running commercials on tv and this is why some dolt decided to use their name in a scam.

    Also the name of the bank…Scotia Bank Place, is the name of a commercial tower complex in downtown Toronto, owned by Scotia Bank (which is a Canadian Bank that used to be called Bank of Nova Scotia, not a British bank).

    Another clue is the contact email…a proper email from a bank would have the bank as the domain name, not hotmail live or google or yahoo!

    The most obvious give-away on whether the email is legit or not is spelling errors. If you direct your attention to the address of the foundation you will see that they mispelled “Leatherhead” the second time round.

    Normally i do not even respond to these bulletins, but since this particular email uses landmarks and names which I am personally familiar with, I thought it prudent to make it absolutely clear to anyone who may think this is legit!

  59. August 25, 2008 at 7:42 pm

    Admirable detective work. A Canadian connection! The Queen will not be amused.

  60. 60 From a private investigator
    August 25, 2008 at 7:50 pm

    To Ian in Hamburg…

    You said to Inov that stupid would only be if you sent them money(s). I need to correct you on that. Sending them money is actually less harmful then sending them your personal information. With your personal information they can acquire credit (ie, Visa/Mastercard, bank accounts, lines of credit, mortgages, driver’s licence, health cards, insurance). They can take loans out in your name, and then renege on the payments, which you will be held liable for. Some companies will offer a reprieve to victims of identity theft, but there are many more that will not. In the UK and North America many people have been victims of this, some have had 2nd mortgages taken out on their homes without them knowing, only to have the bank foreclose on them, eventhough they were victims.

    The rates of Identity theft for the purpose of immigration is much lower compared to the rates of credit theft that it is usually used for.

    So, just sending money to these people is NOT nearly as stupid as sending personal information. You wire money, you’re out a few bucks. You send personal info, you could be indebted for the rest of your life!

    PS- TERESA DAVIS, never post your full name, even on these helpful bulletins. The people that send those evil email scams read these posts, do not kid yourself. It is very easy to get personal info on someone once you have their full name. Believe me, I know, I’m a Private Investigator.

  61. August 25, 2008 at 8:02 pm

    Thank you! I stand corrected. Send them as much money as you want, just don’t send them your account details.

    OH, and BTW – don’t post your full name? There are tens of millions of full names on Facebook!

  62. 62 From a private investigator
    August 25, 2008 at 8:17 pm

    I just made my posts, and you IAN IN HAMBURG responded instantly. Why? Are you monitoring this bulletin? You have many many responses to people, some is in the form of bad advice. Why are you so interested in everything everyone has to say?

    I made a comment that the scammers monitor these bulletins.
    I put this to you, are you responsible for this email?

    If not then I APOLOGIZE…perhaps you just feel compelled to respond to everyone’s postings on this particular scam because of some other personal reason. If you are going to give advice, give good advice, educate yourself before telling others what is safe and what is not.

    Hopefully no one acted on your suggestion that sending money is stupid when compared to replying to the email, that gives people the false sense that responding is okay when in reality simply responding to it can give them a plethora of information (your name, email account, and ISP address which can lead to the Remote Access of your computer, which in turn can lead to whatever banking info or personal info on your computer).

    I do give you credit for the best advice, that is….not to open the email at all, delete it. If you do open it, close it, delete it. Just opening it might have downloaded harmful or invasion script onto your hard drive.

    Goodluck everyone, I just had to post this because I recieved the same email and then I read these postings and was shocked by some of the things people were saying. I thought it best to educate others with some of what I know so that they too can make informed decisions.

  63. 63 More from a private investigator
    August 25, 2008 at 8:47 pm

    Okay you goaded me into responding again!

    Ian in Hamburg, who said facebook was a good idea? I don’t think I did. Yes, that is the problem with Facebook, people are posting too much personal info.
    Read a newspaper, better yet, read the fine print of your Facebook Agreement!!! Clearly you have not done that, like the millions of other Facebook members!!!!
    WAKE UP, or SHUT UP.

    You don’t think some become victims of identity theft because of that? Are you that naive?
    Are you suggesting that because people offer their personal info on Facebook we should send our personal info to these scammers?
    Do you lack common sense? Are you an adult, or just some bored teen?
    Hell even most teens are aware of how easy it is for ID theft. You must be around the 50+ age, and grew up without the internet, back when ID theft was hardly ever heard of, why else would you be so naive?
    Do you watch or read the news?
    You do know it is 2008, right?

    I starting to think you are the one responsible for this email scam since you are responding to everyone’s post immediately, AND you’ve been monitoring the posts going back now a long long time.

    You are giving very bad advice, the type of advice that leads people to become victims of such scams.

    You know nothing about Private Security, Internet Security, and Business Security if you believe the bad advice you are giving.

    But, I think you do know about it. I think YOU ARE THE ONE RESPONSIBLE, why else would you comment on my posting within minutes after my posting, with such sarcasm to boot.

    Trust this, Ian in Hamburg, you do not want to match wits with me.
    There ARE laws that can stop you from writing your scam emails from your basement (except in certain countries like Nigeria, and the Republic of Russia, and People’s Republic of China).
    There are laws against private citizens collecting personal information of others for your own personal/financial gain.

    …and there are other ways to track scammers, and stop them. If you don’t know about some of those other ways, then you really are naive. WAKE UP, SHUT UP, GIVE UP. Idiot.

    I’m on you.

  64. August 25, 2008 at 9:10 pm

    And you, sir, are an absolute joke with way too much time on his hands.

    Have you ever heard of a blog? This is my blog. That’s why I have been responding, because I like to respond to people who leave comments. I’m even responding to you in spite of your rudeness and despite the fact you won’t leave a real email address or URL.

    Read the post again. It makes fun of the scam email. Do you have a problem with my humour? Tough luck. There are a lot of humour blogs out there to keep you in stitches.

    Oh, speaking of full names, have you ever heard of a phone book? They have names AND addresses. Whoa.

  65. 65 jen
    August 25, 2008 at 11:53 pm

    wow i am soooo certainly lucky ive just recieved it a second time arround this time they are acctualy offering me it in gb strealing yippeelooks like there are 2 queen elizabeth foundations getting buggerd by this scam as there is one in england too toronto its a foundation to help badly disabled people train into work ie downsyndrom ect it is shitty they are using acctual charities for this scam can i just ask though how many of us here are on yahoo as i have two accounts one with yahoo and one with hotmail as my yahoo account keeps getting these scams weekly and more than once i also keep getting russian women called mishca whoes email addresses say diferantly as some are from ken sorry to any women called ken i didnt know it was unisex now anyway wanting to see if im theyre mr right not realy as my one point i would have to be a mr. my hotmail however is perfect i do know though that these weirdos have been taking peoples email address to use for these scams my suggestion to facebookers is to keep your account closed to people other than those you know i do this anyway as pictures of my son are on there for family members too see as we dont live close by

  66. 66 jen
    August 26, 2008 at 12:12 am

    i also add it best to leave ian in hamburg alone as if it haddent been for him posting this blog many of the people here would have possibly sent theyre details i suggest reading all posts again as alot of people googled first just to check but many people wont and thats the sad fact no athorities will accttaly pay attention to the fact that all of these emails are going around i sent a copy of my first one of this email to the metropoliton police fraudulent emails department heard nothing so i sent it to the houses of parliment and still nothing has been done we here in england have a fab government that realy cares about the safety of theyre citezens and theyre citezens identity you may have heard that our own inland revenue service lost thousands of british nationals personal details leaving them to get robbed stupid

  67. August 26, 2008 at 12:35 am

    It’s OK, jen. I realise this sort of thing can get people riled up, especially when they don’t see the whole reason I wrote it in the first place: to make fun of it all and have a laugh. I’m as serious as anyone about getting the word out on these scammers and exposing them, but the best protection anyone can have is to just ignore them. No laws or police work will be as effective as that.

  68. 68 ola niyi
    August 28, 2008 at 3:04 pm

    lets work together to make 1 unite

  69. August 28, 2008 at 3:10 pm

    If you have internet access I’m sure you can contact the foundation directly. I have nothing to do with it. I am merely a half-assed satirist out for a few laughs. I suggest you look to them for your request.

  70. August 29, 2008 at 12:23 pm

    wow that’s quite a string…….

    Ian you naughty boy – monitoring your own blog, answering comments… what is the world coming to…

  71. August 29, 2008 at 12:33 pm

    Yes, I’m such a hardened criminal. But breaking the law in the name of blogging is a centuries-old tradition and it’s an honour to help carry it on.

  72. 72 saman
    September 7, 2008 at 3:17 am

    Dear sir
    My name is mohammad reza hagh rost and young man from iran and I am fiscal strongly captive ans need that you are that powerfull from money please help my till save my family if you numen accept you know trust me and helpe me every cost yiu are with money save me and my family this helpis much as (5000.$)
    Thank you ]
    I waiting your answer

  73. September 7, 2008 at 6:15 am

    I have $5000 Zimbabwean dollars tucked away somewhere. Will that do?

  74. 74 Anonymous
    September 10, 2008 at 3:47 pm

    I`m 500k richer! thank you non believers

  75. September 10, 2008 at 7:18 pm

    Yeah, and I’m the King of Siam as my old man used to say.

  76. 76 Sallie
    October 9, 2008 at 11:42 pm

    Well it appears that today is my lucky day! I 2 have received mail today, a share of £5000,000.00 from Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation, i have also won a share of $500,000.00 from Chevron/Texaco Oil Promo, how very lucky am i……..NOT!!!

  77. 77 wenz I
    November 9, 2008 at 12:41 am

    Well it has arrived in New Zealand, and like many of you I Googled the charity and was surprised to see what it actually was, dam does that mean I am not going to be rich this week? I had planned a big party and sent out invites.

    So not! Thanks mate for the advice, you are a gem

  78. November 9, 2008 at 11:03 am

    Glad to help out a New Zealander anytime, wenz! That’s where my grand-dad was born.🙂

  79. 79 Sloma - Newcastle
    November 12, 2008 at 2:57 pm


    You have been awarded nowt hundred and nowty nowt squillion pounds and nowt pence!

    These people must think we’re all brain dead. I mean come on! Anyone who’s daft enough to think these un-amazing awards are for real need their heads seeing to. I must have been offered at least £100m this month in entirely unsolicited mail of course in exchange for my personal details, home address, etc etc….. I agree totally with all of the above and that some kind of shit-filter should be established by the administrators of all email programmes. If anything, reading all of these comments has brightened up my day! You’re doing a great job Ian in Hamburg, keep up the good work. Like you say, find the key in the top right and keep pressing it!😉😉😉

  80. 80 tina
    November 24, 2008 at 7:30 am

    I also received this email,and because the address wasn’t a hot mail or yahoo i thought maybe this one is real. My kids call me naive, even though im 46 yrs. old. I must get at least 20 a week,usually they are from africa,and i have had them all. the business proposition,next of kin,the lottery,and the dying millionaire without children and doesn’t want grasping relatives to have it.plus the one that wants help moving their money to my country and i would get a percentage. i dont know why i get so many,if these people new that i was on a disability pension,and didnt have 2 cents to rub together,would they still bother me?

  81. November 24, 2008 at 8:27 am

    Hi tina,
    Probably not, but quite frankly they don’t care who you are. You’re just one of millions of addresses they have to send forth. If just one sucker a week bites at the bait, they’ve succeeded.

  82. 82 Michelle
    December 17, 2008 at 2:33 am

    I’ts reached Australia as well—I received it this week. The Truly sad part is that there is a Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation in the UK, they work for people with disabilities & am offended on their behalf by this ruthless scam. I agree that there needs to be more done to prevent this kind of parasite from preying on the weak (am p#$$ed off at myself for believing it, even if it was for a millisecond! What I could do with that money!!).
    Until then, all I wish is nothing but the hardest laws of Karma to be visited upon them (you know camels spitting on them & all that).

  83. 83 m.Mahendiran
    December 19, 2008 at 7:49 am

    am mahendiran from india 30th anniversary 2008 program, We are giving out a
    yearly donation of 500,000.00 Pounds to 40lucky recipients, but no end the process
    am await yours valuable response,

  84. January 26, 2009 at 9:32 pm

    hello my friend,
    thanks u soo much seeing u as a friend…by the way, how are u doing…i am a female from Ghana….I’ve met a lot of people on the internet, but no one like you. I knew from the start that there was something special about you. You touched my heart. You brought unimaginable joy and warmth. You’ve made me feel like a better person, able to take on the world. I think we were meant to meet and share in each other’s lives. I think we were destined to become friends, and I’m grateful to whatever brought us together…I’ve met a lot of people on the internet, but no one like you. I knew from the start that there was something special about you. You touched my heart. You brought unimaginable joy and warmth. You’ve made me feel like a better person, able to take on the world. I think we were meant to meet and share in each other’s lives. I miss you online,because you always make the days so sunny.And I just wanted to send you some good wishes and let you know that you’re in my thoughts every day.Drop me a line when you find the time, and let me know how you’re doing.THANKS
    urs friend,

  85. 87 anti-auntie
    March 15, 2009 at 5:03 am

    thanks for your blog, had good laugh, and sure i knew del key

  86. 88 Yvonne
    March 15, 2009 at 9:11 am

    I got this email too, and I am so disgusted with people who try to rip other off like this, using a legitimate Foundation as a cover.

  87. 89 Eileen from New Zealand
    June 17, 2009 at 10:56 am

    Got this email from the Queen Elizabeth Foundation, not knowing who they were I decided to goggled it. And what do you think I found. Im not the only one to recieve this message.
    I was very suspicious by the email address. If the Queen Elizabeth Foundation was going to contact me I\’m pretty sure they must have an email with the foundations name in it.
    Some people are so dishonest…..Shame on you for trying to take money from a foundation which is there to support those who really need it… There are some very greedy decitiful people out there.
    Nice job Ian for bringing it into the open… Keep up the good work Ian…We need more honest people like you in this world.

  88. 90 Michael
    December 3, 2009 at 2:08 am

    I am concerned that, I have an email just like this one from my inbox. I had to delete it and who would do this. Especially, when the people get poorer in this world thats bad. Thought I share that.

  89. 91 casselle
    December 3, 2009 at 8:09 pm

    that pic isunt vvvvvveeeeerrrrryyyyy nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    think of all the queen has done 4 us and u go and do that!!!!!!

  90. 93 Ian Smith
    December 5, 2009 at 11:33 am

    Pedantic point I know, but the Queen ceased to hold the title “Her Royal Highness” the second she ascended the throne on the death of her father, King George VI. She is now, and always will be “Her Majesty”

    • December 5, 2009 at 12:14 pm

      Thanks for letting me know, Mr. Smith. Are you any relation to the Ian Smith of Rhodesian fame – or should I say notoriety?😉
      Another question: after she shuffles off her fur-lined mortal coil, how will she be referred to? Her Late Majesty?

  91. 95 mangkuk ayun
    December 7, 2009 at 6:21 am

    hehe this letters also got in malaysia but as you now the british once invaded us and we dont like the Queen as we have our own king. so next time pls use other king/queen ok for fraud scheme when send scam email.


  92. 96 kalule kenneth
    December 11, 2009 at 9:24 am

    Dear the queen of england and the common wealth countries, my names am called kalule kenneth from uganda east africa, its a pressure on my side for a poor man like am to write u. my queen iafraid in my eyes to write much to u, but i kindly request some housing money help, to creat out a small apartment for me and my people here in uganda east africa. last queen i thank u for having visting uganda, but i was on t.v to see u has am a common person. in God i hope to have a massage of reply from u
    May God gives u life and wisdom
    from east africa

  93. 98 muhammad ali shah
    December 20, 2009 at 2:15 pm

    Hi,gud day, this is muhammad i m wriiting u very first time ,i m very anxious about meeting u. i hav made an association at here in Pakistan,city lahore.We are working for poor, helpless,needy people. n we are successful in it . For the reason im wrritig u can u giv us some donations for our associayion. we will be highly oblige you for this.
    kindly reply me soon at mu e maill
    your sincerely .
    Muhammad ali shah

  94. 99 Margot
    December 21, 2009 at 3:54 pm

    Hi All..

    I live in Miami and its December 21, 2009 just a few days before Christmas..

    You cannot imagine my excitement receiving a letter from her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth 11 saying she is giving me 850,000 pounds. Needless to say, it lasted about 1.5 seconds ofcourse and then I realized its actually from the desperate residents of one of those African countries.

    Preceeding this email from Her Majesty was one from Barrister Mkhwane from Johannesburg advising me I was the beneficary of $57 million US dollars.

    Everyone beware.. These people will try to find any fool that would fall victim to their scams.

    Merry Christmas from sunny Miami…

    • December 21, 2009 at 5:27 pm

      Hi Margot,
      The amazing thing about it is that they actually do manage to find people dumb enough to fall for it. They play the numbers – if just one in a million gets sucked in, they’ve made a lot of dough.

  95. January 9, 2010 at 4:09 pm

    Its disgusting to note the above picture. Such people who have no regards for the royal people should be punished and thrown in the prison. How dare they can think of harming the image of the Queen, who is so elegant, charming and dignified personality. Shame on the person with this stupid idea.

    Dr.Ujwala D Andrews – India

    • January 9, 2010 at 4:28 pm

      Esteemed Dr. Andrews,

      Our beloved Queen is no doubt elegant, charming and dignified. She’s also a public figure, and as such, open to satire. Just because she’s been drawn in caricature doesn’t mean it’s character assassination.

      Hereby conveying to your person my kindest regards,
      Ian in Hamburg

  96. January 9, 2010 at 4:24 pm

    COMPLAINT : I would like to lodge a complaint against T M KIA CARS Mr Matthew ForrestActg director TM Kia Cars ph 448712370226 ,Mr Steve Morris 448713150954 email tmkia@live.com I am a 50 year old lady from India, managing a small school for the very poor children in slums. I have won a Prize of 600000 pounds from Kia car, and fulfilled all the necessary procedures, without issuing me the rules and regulations ofthe prize. I have also paid a whooping amount of 4000 Pounds to Mr.Matthew Forrest, on 20 Dec 2009. Till today I have not received the prize nor any information from Kia cars and their members. I feel cheated, humilated and surpirsed to note, that such a big company of Kia cars can manage to cheat the people round the globe, with the temptation of giving a huge prize, then extract the money from the people who save for their old age.

    I have contated the London Police, the fraud desk, the embassy the BBC , the news paper etc. I therefore humbly pray and request your kindself to kindly look into the matter, to get my prize money.

    It is the educated who are punished, and the kia cars should also note that they should not send the messages on the mobiles the gift which they cannotafford.

    I hope I shall be helped and understand my pain and suffering for the loss I have undergone.

    Dr. Ujwala D Andrews.


    • January 9, 2010 at 4:32 pm

      Ms. Andrews,

      It is deeply distressing to read of your plight with agents who are most likely impersonating the Kia car company. May I suggest you direct your efforts at recovering your funds at those who might best help you, such as your regional police department. From your temperate subcontinental climes you have reached a humble blogger marooned on the freezing northern coast of Europe. I wish you luck.

      Ian in Hamburg

  97. January 18, 2010 at 9:11 pm

    I almost felt for it

    I curse them all

  98. 106 Rhonda
    April 15, 2010 at 8:30 pm

    2007? Wow, it took a long time to get around to me! I’m glad I always look for websites that talk about SPAM mail before I respond. This one was a little more convincing than some of the others I received, but it was still suspect.

    Ian, I got a BIG KICK out of the comments within the email. Hilarious!

    Thanks for everything!

    • April 15, 2010 at 9:17 pm

      Hi Rhonda,
      Thanks for letting me know you enjoyed the read!🙂

      I can’t believe how many people are still coming back to this item. So far it is the only one of my more than 300 posts to get over 100 comments.

  99. June 9, 2010 at 4:22 am

    At Your Honor Majestest Queen & King,


    Hurry Hurry Hurry, for the blessings of the Divine Providence, I have the honor requesting to avail your divine universe program in heaven and earth, and granted to my slave body unknown palace man in the Far-east orient, in good faith your honor, and honesty, i pround this time since i’m to read your greatest rules and policy for the future of all creations things and property in the global world.
    Now therefore, i prayed to accept my secret # TIN: 932-819-477 for preparations of the privacy communications to claim benefits for the peoples in the Philippines those who arebelieve in God Laws, forever. Omen.
    So Help me God

    In God We Trust

    • June 9, 2010 at 5:20 am

      Most honourable Philip Morriss, defender of the faith and purveyor of fine tobacco, your missive as it lands midst the postings on this humble site of blogginess is indeed welcome. Do go forth and spread the good word of many things to be found in these pages and among its archives. I wish you Godspeed, or, failing that, a good bicycle.

  100. July 1, 2010 at 6:40 pm

    Complaint: Iam Shivakumar from I would like to subbmit ccomplaint against britsh tobboco company who cheated me i paid that blady rascal company Rs.150000/- iam a poor & middle class citizen from india please help me to receive back my money .I hope you understand my pain please help me.

    Yours sincerely


  101. 111 Kingsley Kasosa
    July 8, 2010 at 10:46 am

    I am requesting the Queen Elizabeth Foundation to support children in my community with second hand clothes and blankets.Here is my address’;

    Kingsley Kasosa
    Roma Central Seventh-Day Adventist Church
    P.O.BOX 33364

  102. 113 nadeem
    July 15, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    is this sure that you receive this message please

  103. 115 philip morriss tolibas jr.
    August 19, 2010 at 10:42 pm

    Dearly and beloved father prince philip and mother in nature queen elizabith,

    Greeting’s this happy day,given from god’s creator,

    Now i,here this time to pray your honorable sacreed family to submit request asson as possible time to give the possible response in your love gift from almighthy god creator,

    beloved mother and father don’t forget your sondove philippines, i, need you more in my coming birthday anniversary with their world summit conferrence on october 5 2010,

    i, hope for a million times in your emmediate response via air mail send to me before our world summit conferrence and i,hope your highness omniepresence was hihighly appreciated.

    And many peoples welcome to you and waiting for your response for the promotions of the ist parliament supremacy divine government of god in the far-east orient seas

    very thanking. . . .so,help me god permanent add.mount panama new canaan, sto. niño rizal 11 babatngon leyte philippines. HK-PHILIPMORRISS TOLIBAS JR. MABUHAY. . . . .

    • August 19, 2010 at 11:01 pm

      Hey Philip Morris, ya gotta light?

      Sorry, it’s late and I can’t think of anything to say when another one of these weird comments lands here. Hey, it’s up to 120! A lettershome record.

  104. 117 philip morriss tolibas jr.
    August 19, 2010 at 11:23 pm

    At your honor and honesty accross the heaven and in earth.

    greeting’s to all officers incharge in our holy mother and father in the natural world.

    i,am here to introduce my mission and vission in arround 45 years old ago since the moment upto this present, for improvement the dominion of god the divine right theory government of god in the whole world but until now tottally i,am sudden no food to eat missing to support the mentainance, and full succrifice but i, always hope and be happy for our realization of yesterday today and tommorrow, and most spicially to your help through in our modernization and better progress and development program in behalf of our mother in GOD. QUEEN ELIZABITH.

    And i,respecfully requesting your honor to help me of this effort to protect the divine providence and we prayed to back again the permanent world peace and order in the whole world
    that we firm beleive the philippines is a door of democracy and the body of land and land of the morning rissing sun, don’t forget to remember that my name is the mistery no one can noweth this except who will accept the newest name of GOD. R.A.5446-R.A.5445,is the mark of the living God mark in the white stone and we remember the white stone belongs here in the philippines and the british crown is the motherland of promoses thank and in god we trust.

  105. 119 philip morriss tolibas jr.
    August 20, 2010 at 6:18 pm

    HI. . . . !!! BROTHER IN GOD,



  106. 121 sandy
    September 13, 2010 at 7:10 am

    WHY people SPOIL Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation NAME…..????

  107. 123 VafTfreri
    November 11, 2010 at 2:15 pm

    I am going to prepare my very own project since there aren’t any nice jobs ?n existence.

    Can any individual provide any suggestions or sites as to how to get government grant money to start with my personal business? I’ve been looking on the web but just about every web site asks for money and I’ve been told by the unemployment office to avoid the sites that ask for money for grant information because they are scam. I’d be truly grateful for any advice.

  108. June 4, 2011 at 9:11 am

    loving greeting in the name of jesus
    i am pastor james from pakistan need ur support to make a small hospital in james town,adyala road , rawalpindi, pakistan , here james town a big christian peoples coloney but no facility of hospital so many died due to not medicines so reply us.
    your support will save hundred of poor christians life ,answer us soon
    God bless u
    pastor james

  109. July 7, 2011 at 4:56 am

    Indeed. What a fantastic and thought-provoking web page! After reading the excellent article you have posted here I found it very interesting. Being a generous and kindhearted to our fellow-women and man is a gods gift. Therefore, I conclude that this type of foundation is highly appreciated. Most likely, to all people inside and outside the world. I just really hope that a certain amount of the Queen Elizabeth Foundation will be given to a deserving nor worthy people for their future. God Bless!

  110. 127 Anonymous
    August 6, 2011 at 11:50 pm

    I must be a lesser sucker than you guys, my grant was not £488,210.00 , but for a mere £1,500.00. On the other hand I mustn’t be greedy as I won £500.000.00 from Google the other day.
    What amazes and amuses me the most if their belief they could still find people that don’t know about these letters.

  111. August 19, 2011 at 12:00 am

    i am mohammed gomaa ibrahim badr / live /in egypt / city / kafrelshiekh / please lady helpe me to travel your countr my queen and queen this world helpe me to shange my love i know you have beatiful hard please help me to travel uk i am donot have money to buy visa beacouse i am boor and i am finsh my study help me blease i know you helpe me beacouse you are mother all boor and all people in this earth please help me in neer timein this month or after this month

  112. 131 Sunny
    November 3, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    Her majesty
    i need your financial help i know that you are a mercyful mother, £10.000 for my school fees by next week , am tired of poverty help me. I love you my queen. God bless you mum. Thanks. My email: sunnyokoh1988@yahoo.com. reply me.

  113. 132 Sunny
    November 3, 2011 at 11:10 pm

    Help me God love you

  114. 134 Katita Hurley
    December 9, 2011 at 10:18 am

    Dear Queen Elizabeth,
    I am Katita Hurley
    I wanted to ask you something about the family history my mother Dana Ann Stewart said we were related to you through queen Mary of Scotland and i wanted to know if there was anyway we could find this out. My mom mother use to say i resemble the younger you and Mary and i guess you can say this bothers me cause i want to believe my mom but at the same time i don’t but if you could i would appreciate if you could help me. it be nice to have this resolved and if i am related then so be it but if not thanks for making it clear.

    by: Katita Hurley
    P.S if you cant reply through email here my address..never done this before but here.

    Katita Hurley

    119 church st
    herkimer ny,13350

  115. 136 Asha,cheriparampil,channanicadu (p.o)kottayam kerala,India
    January 17, 2012 at 8:09 am


    • January 17, 2012 at 1:35 pm

      Hello Asha,

      I am quite sorry to read of your situation, however I am merely a blogger from Germany. I do not have any connections with the Queen of England beyond holding the opinion that Her Majesty looks great with a beard. Oh, and she’s the Queen of Canada. That counts for something.

      Please note that this post is intended for humourous purposes only. I seem to have trouble convincing a few recent commenters of that.

      I also suggest that in future, you NOT SUPPLY YOUR PIN NUMBER IN A BLOG COMMENT NAME! I have done you a favour by deleting it.

  116. 138 A.James.
    July 17, 2012 at 3:59 pm

    God Bless You…
    I’m Bishop of New Jeruselum Church in Pakistan.Our Church is Self Support Church.We want make a Beautiful Church and English Medium School in which the every student will get free uniforms and books and there will be no Fees it will be only for Christian students. In pakistan the community of christians can’t able to marry their daughters because they are poor.
    We marry the poor girls wedding and want to make a school. In which we need funds so would you lioke to help us out.

    • July 17, 2012 at 4:38 pm

      Ah, Mr. James. I do believe that schooling is indeed an important thing, espcially in countries such as yours where girls are valued so little. We at lettershometoyou wish you all success in your endeavours.

  117. 140 some scammer who'll never be bothered to check back
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  120. 144 kimiya
    August 10, 2013 at 4:34 pm

    Hi I received this email please guide me
    Is this real or not
    help me

    —– Forwarded Message —–
    To: “facebookreloaded@aol.co.uk”
    Sent: Monday, August 5, 2013 1:49 PM

    Her Majesty The Queen
    Buckingham Palace
    London SW1A 1AA
    United kingdom.

    Dear Facebook Winner ,

    To your greatest surprise you are reading this email directly from the Queen of England (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary).I stumbled over your International Lottery approval slip few hours ago while flipping over the files from the HM Revenue department in the Royal office here.
    I detected that you have benefited (800,000 GBP) eight hundred thousand from Facebook Lottery Inc. ,and your total transaction has been approved via Bank of England for payment via CASHPLUS Bank to your Destination Bank Account in your desired Country.
    Firstly, I noted that you have not ACTIVATED your account properly due to your doubts and blurry situation, and this is a compulsory financial regulatory act to United Kingdom constitutional policy, and if any bank approved OFFSHORE account without PROCESSING ,the penalty for the action is confiscation of your 800,301.99 GBP, but due to your mode of lottery benefit ,international transfer policy and the relationship of your Country with United Kingdom Government , i will place a consideration on your account processes thus.
    .The final approval of your international funds transfer awaits my authorization, but before i consider and endorse your file for CREDIT into your account, you must pay the sum of due charges to the bank immediately ,therefore i advise you to contact the bank and send the due charges GBP to the bank Account officer as requested .
    Note that the governing council is supposed to deliberate over this issue but due to my special interest in assisting you, i decided to contact from from my official email address.This is very rare and unusual for you to receive an email from the Queen of England, but you are lucky to have received this mail from me.Now go ahead and arrange the bank charges GBP payment to the CASHPLUS office immediately.As soon as you remit the payment, I will authorize your 800,301.99 into your Bank Account .Once again, This is a rare opportunity bestowed on you and i advise you to keep this email confidential.
    Do no give-out my email address for security reasons, and i advise you to act very fast.I Elizabeth Mary Alexandra Mary promise you 100% that as soon as you complete the required bank charges GBP processing fee, i will authorize credit into your destination Bank Account immediately .
    This letter is sentenced directly by the Queen of England via the royal mail operative unit , instructed and ordered for the readers digest , and note that the Queen private email is highly confidential . The Queen obliged to take outright responsibility of your payment processing into your destination Bank account henceforth .
    Best of luck .

    ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————— TO REPLY THIS EMAIL TO THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND ,KINDLY FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS…..
    To write a letter to the Queen, you need to follow these guidelines. First, address the letter to Her Majesty The Queen, Buckingham Palace, London SW1A 1AA. Place the address on both the subject and at the top of the letter. End the letter with the form I have the honour to remain Your Majesty’s most humble and obedient servant then put your signature or Name at the bottom.

    Her Majesty
    Queen Elizabeth Alexander Mary
    Queen of England II

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