Well here is a rather an odd little scam. Seemingly the scammer would have me believe that he is a clergyman in the Church of England, and that the church was happy to advance me a loan of up to £500K.
Since when was the Church of England, or any other church, in the business of making loans to facilitate business?
Whilst we are on the subject, writing an email in block capitals is not considered to be terribly polite.
Also, if the "reverend" is based in the UK, why is his email address in Hong Kong?
Such such an obvious scam!
Church Of Christ In England,
St, Johns Lane Bedminster,
England.BS3 5AY England,
I'M REV. FABIO LOPEZ THE PUBLISHER OF THECHURCH OF CHRIST INENGLAND.WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT WEHAVE THE CALLING FROM THE LORDTO HELP THOSE WHO ARE IN NEED AND INFINANCIAL PROBLEM,BY GIVEN OUTLOAN TO ANY,INDIVIDUAL,COMPANY'S ANDSOCIETY THAT NEED MONEY TO DOBUSINESS.
THE AMOUNT OF THE LOAN HAS BEEN SIGNEDAND APPROVED BY THE CHURCHCOMMITTEE THE SUM OF Ã‚Â£5000.000.00 WHICH YOU HAVE THE PRIVILEGE TO LOANÃ‚Â£100,000.00 TO Ã‚Â£500,000.00.YOU ARE TORETURN THE LOAN WHICH IS GRANTED TOYOU IN 4 YEARS AGREEMENT.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED KINDLY CONTACTBISHOP JOSEPH ARSENAULT WITH THEINFORMATION BELOW.
BISHOP JOSEPH ARSENAULT.
Email : email@example.com
REV. FABIO LOPEZ.