It appears that I am, glancing at my bank account, some nine hundred thousand dollars in debt. What with the credit crisis and such, it’s an easy mistake to make, you might think, but it’s no mistake, it’s all part of a finely wrought plan choc full of negative gearing goodness to get the Government to buy me property. Still,it’s an intimidating number. Help is at hand, though, as recently I was contacted on the Wonderful World of Web by a family at the United States in America, telling me they wanted to donate to me one and a half million greenbacks for my spending pleasure. Marvellous! Debt cleared, plus a little left over for another property, an overseas trip and a party to celebrate. Perhaps a new bike to take on the overseas trip. All I needed to do was log onto a website, and supply my bank account details.
I recognise that there are some of you might suggest this is a scam, designed by the unscrupulous to free me of my hard earned, and leave me destitute, and probably reliant on prescription anti depressants, but I am way ahead there. Partly because I am already reliant on prescription anti depressants, and partly because I can supply them with a bank account that not only has no money in it, it has hundreds of thousands less than no money in it – if they want to use it they’ll have to top it up first. Magic – the scammers can help the government buy my property. And if they don’t fall for it, then to anyone reading, I have 1.5 million US dollars spare, and I am happy to share it with you, just send me your bank account details, and password, and leave the rest to me. Don’t delay, and miss out on this splendid opportunity. Should you do it? You’d be mad not to.