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From the office of: Abolo Emmanuel (abolo31@ecplaza.net) to Jules Winfield  (Original email) Jan. 16

Wrom:


On smooth conclusion of this transaction, you will be entitled to 20% of the total Sum as gratification, while 10% will be set aside upon conclusion, to take care of expenses that may arise during the time Of transfer both local and international like telephone bills, include the documents fees, e.t.c, while 70% will be for me and my partner.

Please, you have been advised to keep very confidential as I am still in service and intend to retire from service after I conclude this deal with you. I will be monitoring the whole situation here in this bank until you confirm the money in your account and ask us to come down to your country for subsequent sharing of the fund according to

percentages indicated and to discuss profitable investment opportunities, either in your country or any country you advice us to invest in.

All other necessary information will be sent to you When I hear from you. I suggest you get back to me on my private e-mail address: abolo36@fazter.com as Soon as possible stating your wish in this deal.

Yours faithfully,

Abolo Emmanuel
ALTERNATIVE E-MAIL ADDRESS IS abolo36@fazter.com

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  16)

Mr. Abolo Emmanuel,

Well allow me to retort.  My name is Jules Winfield.  I am not sure this email was intended for me.  I was captivated by your story though.  This is the second email I have gotten like this so this shit must be serious.  Sorry I read your email if this was not intended for me.  If there is anything I can do, let me know.

If this is a prank, then it has to be my man Vincent Vega.  How was Amsterdam my man?  Seriously Vincent, if this is you, call me.  We got a job to do.

Later,

Jules

From Abolo to Jules (Jan.  17)

Dear Jules Winfield,

Thank you very much for your response to my proposal.  It is petinent at this point that we put our heads together as a team to actualize this deal. Now that you have indicated your zeal and willingness to work and participate in this great transaction.  I will need the following informtaion: Your full names, full contact address, sex, marital status, occupation and confidential tel/fax numbers.

The above informations will enable me obtain the necessary hereditary document on your behalf which will give you legal claim to the fund, so as to enable the bank transfer the money to your account as a hereditary funds passed down to you by late Engineer Adam Harrison as his next of kin.

Please be informed that the operation of the FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK where the funds will be transfered from to your nominated bank account is based online and you will need to open an account with the FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK, this will enable the bank effect the transfer of the funds.

FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK is the Federal Government accredited Foreign Payment Bank, they have the capacity of online banking operation, which gives their clients the opportunity of effecting their transfer themselves after opening an acoount with them, just simply through the internet.  You will be the one to transfer the funds from the account of FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK (FCMB) to your account after all requirements has been met with.

You can check out their website on www.1stcitymbank.com

At this point, as soon as you confirm the payment in your account, you will immediately notify me, I will immediately travel to your country to meet with you.
Please note that this transaction is being done based on 100% trust and transparency for ourselves.

If in the process of this transaction, you give us any reason to doubt you,
we shall discontinue the transaction with you, because this money in question is a huge sum of money and myself and partners will not want anything that will jeopadize this great opportunities of ours.

Finally, my good friend, I will like you to honest, sincere and confidential until the funds is transferred through the bank to your own bank.

You can call me on my direct number:234-8023536230 anytime of the day for further discussion.  I await your response.

Yours Faithfully,

Abolo Emmanuel

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  17)

Abolo,

Hold on a minute.  I don't know you from Adam.  I'll answer your little questionnaire but I ain't opening no bank account until you tell me about yourself.  I'll go first:

Your full names:  Jules Winfield AKA BMF
Full Contact Address: No, you ain't getting that yet.  How do I know this ain?t a set-up?
Sex:  About 3 to 4 times a week.  I got my old lady but I also got my bithces on the side.  I'm mostly into doggy style.  Shit yeah.  I got my technique down man, I don't tickle or nothin'.
Marital Status:  Single.  Marriage slows you down, makes you become weak and vulnerable.  That's when you get sloppy and BAM.
Occupation:  Lets just say I take care of problems that come up for my boss,   Marsellus Wallace.  My partner is Vincent Vega, he works for Marsellus too.
Confidential tel/fax numbers:  You ain't getting that either.  You have something to say, you email the motha fucka.  That way it can't be traced to a number.

Well there you have it.  If you find my answers frightening you should cease askin' scary questions.

Now you tell me about yourself.  I also want to see a picture so I can put a face to you.  If you find the way I work does not suit your needs, then you can move on as well.  I will be expecting your reply shortly.

Jules Winfield

From Abolo to Jules (Jan.  18)

Dear Jules Winfield,

It is not a joking matter, I am Mr. Abolo Emmanuel, Chief Auditor, First Bank Plc. Africa, A client (Engineer Adams Harrison) died on plane crash sometime ago, he happen to be one of our respected customer, who has US$10.500,000 in his account. after close look at his file, we discovered he has no next of kin to claim the US$10,500,000, hence we contacted you to act as his Next Of kin been a foreigner. The information I requested for will enable me send my personal assistant to Federal Ministry of Justice to secure the Probate Hereditary Document, this will authorize my bank to recognize you as the Next of Kin to Late Engineer Adams Harrison/beneficiary of the $10,500,000. Do contact the FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK through their email: info@1stcitymbank.com or website: www.1stcitymbank.com that you want to open an account with them in respect of $10,500,000 you are expecting from First Bank Plc, that you want to use their online facilities to transfer the $10,500,000 to your account in your country. It is only the FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANT that the Federal Government of my country accredited to operate online/International money transfer, hence you have to open an account with them for onward transfer of the funds to your account anywhere in the world.

Be informed that, you shall be responsible for the opening of the account with FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK with a fee of $3500.

Do call me on my cell phone 2348-0235-36230 for more discussion.
I await your call.

Regards,

Abolo Emmanuel

From Abolo to Jules (Jan.  18)

Dear Jules Winfield,
I am sending my Identy Card for full identification as an attachment.  Please be serious for us conclude this great opportunity of ours.

Thanks,

Abolo Emmanuel

 

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  20)

Abolo,

Shit negro,  the card is all you had to show me.  I did not know that I was dealing with a brother like myself.  I have enclosed a picture of me.  Us brothers gots to stick together through the struggle.  I expected you to look like one of them white, stiff walking motha fuckas.  You know, like that motha fucka Brian Dunkleman from American Idol or Bryant Gumble dude.

Anyway, I emailed the bank like you wanted me to.  I was taken back by the Press Statement section on their website.  That section sounds like they are talking about you.  Please explain.  They even gave sample letters.  Is that pure coincidence or what?  Fill a negro in please.

Brotha like no otha,

Jules Winfield

From Abolo to Jules (Jan.  20)

Dear Jules Winfield,

Thank you very much. This transaction is going to involve money, To open an account with First  City Monument bank is $3500, can you afford that?  That is the only way we can proceed on this transaction.

Thank you.

Abolo Emmanuel

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  20)

Abolo,

Looky here.  The $3500 ain't no motha fuckin problem.  I wipe my ass with
$3500.  I got a wallet with the imprint BMF (short for Bad Motha Fucka) on it that has $5,000 in it right now.  I don't believe in banks.  But that ain't the problem.  The only problem I have is that you avoided my question. I will repeat it:

"I was taken back by the Press Statement section on their website.  That section sounds like they are talking about you.  Please explain.  They even gave sample letters.  Is that pure coincidence or what?  Fill a negro in please."

PLEASE FILL A NEGRO IN!

Oh, I'm sorry, did I break your concentration?  I have answered all your questions and you refuse to answer mine.  Also, I want to know about you personally.  I will not do business with you if you continue to ignore my questions.  I talked to my business partner, and good friend Vincent Vega about the situation.  He says he will shoot me on principle if I give you or the bank $3500 without knowing any personal information.  If you are going to violate my ass, at least have the common courtesy to give a brother a reach around.  What kind of brotha are you?

Jules

From Abolo to Jules (Jan.  20)

Dear Jules Winfield,

I do not like the way you expresses yourself. Am scared we are likely not compactable.

Secondly, the press statement you saw on the site are there to keep people aware of what is happening the world today, if the FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK that you intend to use for the transfer of the funds is telling his customers to be aware of Scam, you ought to know they will not in anyway scam their customers.

Thirdly. the $3500 is going to FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK not by bank.

Jules, if you are interested do open the account with FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK for the transfer to be carried out and do not forget to send the information I requested for.  I await your urgent response.

Abolo Emmanuel

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  20)

What?  Not compatible!  The only problem I have is you don't answer my questions.  I'm a strong willed black man with a lot of money that does things my way. Sometimes dealing with an intelligent black man like myself is a frightening thing.  It scares the man (whitey) that a brother can be smart and strong at the same time.  Oh, I'm a get my 40 acres and a mule.  As of right now, I think you are playing games.  Just my opinion.   If that scares you, so be it.

Looky here Ebola.  You read the Bible? There's a passage I got memorized.  Ezekiel 25:17.  "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men.  Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness.  For he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children.  And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers.  And you will know I am the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon you."

I been sayin' that shit for years.  And if you ever heard it, it meant your ass.  I never really questioned what it meant.  I thought it was just a cold-blooded thing to say to a motherfucker 'fore you popped a cap in his ass.  But I saw some shit this mornin' made me think twice.  Now I'm thinkin', it could mean you're the evil man.  And I'm the righteous man.  And Mr. .45 here, he's the shepherd protecting my righteous ass in the valley of darkness.  Or is could by you're the righteous man and I'm the shepherd and it's the world that's evil and selfish.  I'd like that. But that shit ain't the truth.  The truth is you're the weak.  And I'm the tyranny of evil men.  But I'm tryin'.  I'm tryin' real hard to be a shepherd and I want to help you.

Answer my questions.  Tell me about yourself.  In the meantime, I will contact the bank and ask for a reference about you and your position there.  The only way we can trust each other is to be completely open.

Jules Winfield

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  23)

Dear Abolo,

What is up my brother?  I am anxiously awaiting your response.  I just returned from my girlfriend's (Tiffany) condo in Hunnington Beach.  Drop a negro a line when you get a chance.

Jules

From Abolo to Jules (Jan.  24)

Dear Jules Winfield,

I replied your mail. Do open the account with FIRST CITY MONUMENT BANK. for them to lodged in the $3500, for onward transfer to your norminated bank. If you do not have such money, let me know so that I move ahead.

Thanks

Abolo Emmanuel

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  24)

Alright negro, that's all you had to say.  I opened my first bank account.  They said they will email me a confirmation but I have not received it.  I hope you don't mind, I have decided to let my business partner, Vincent Vega, in on this deal.  I know that you said this should be kept a secret but he is my left hand man.  Plus he it trustworthy.  I have attached a photo of him.  This was taken at a barbecue in Compton, CA. He is the white dude in the middle.  We are a team, BLACK THUNDER & WHITE LIGHTING.  You know what I'm saying?  The other guy is an associate.  We call him "The Wolf" because he is hairy.  You should see this motha fuckas back hair when he takes his shirt off.  Looks like a big hairy wolf. Plus he likes Duran Duran so it only makes sense.

So what is next?  Are you married?  From your picture, you look like a cool cat.  Like that Steve Urcle dude.  What's yo story playboy?  Give me the lo lo.  What kind of car you drive?  Ya know, things like that.

Later

Jules

 

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Jan.  27)

Subject:  Can a Negro get a table dance?

Hey Abolo,

What is up my man?  I am awaiting your response.  What is next?  By the way, your bank did not email me my account number like they said they would.  What's up with that?

We kool and the gang.

Jules

From Jules Winfield to Abolo (Feb.  7)

Dear Abolo,

It's your old friend Jules Winfield.  I know we haven't talked in a while but I just wanted to let you know that I ain't mad at you for cutting me out of the deal and all.  We still cool.

Anyway, I'm in a jam man and I need to borrow about $75.  Can you help a

nigga out?

Jules

EBOLA MONKEY NOTE:  I guess he and Jules were not "compactable" after all.

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