Mr. Joshua Walton the Scammer Part II

Posted by Princess MoMo on Apr 29 in Emails with Scammers, Nigerian Scammer, Scammers

To read the first set of messages with Mr. Walton, click here.


On Monday, April 28, 2014 12:32 PM, Joshua Walton <> wrote:

It is my profound pleasure to read from you regardless of the fact that we do not know each other in person. My decision of contacting you is based on your reputation as attested in your profile. Please bear in mind that what I am about to share with you can either destroy me, ruin my professional career or elevate me depending on how you receive it and make your decisions. Kindly allow me to briefly introduce myself while I explain in few details.

I am Mr. Joshua Walton, an accountant with one of the leading banks located in Cote D’Ivoire and I handle all of the bank’s Foreign Investors Mutual Funds. Due to my position at the bank, i was able to divert, successfully, a total sum of Thirteen Million, Five Hundred & Seventeen Thousand Euros (€ 13,517,000.00), representing the 1.7 Percent of Seven Hundred and Ninety Five Million One Hundred and Seventeen Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty Euros (€ 795,117,650) National Stock Mutual Funds Excess Returns from the Investor Large cap Market capitalization for 2012/2013, into a specific Trust Fund Account whereby someone can be presented as The Beneficiary to the funds.

I want you to know that I did not just wake up and decide to do this, I did my proper home work before contacting you and I want to assure you that this is not a joke. I have worked with the bank for over 15 years now, If i wasn’t sure about this transfer, i wouldn’t waste my time contacting you or thought of doing it.

I need a reliable and trustworthy person that can work this deal out with me so that we can claim the € 13,517,000.00 as mentioned above. This is a once in a life time opportunity. And our sharing ratio would be 50:50. This also includes financial liabilities that may be acquired. If you object to this please let me know.

This is a clean and straight forward bank deal. It is safe and risk-free, as I have taken care of all necessary measures to ensure a hitch-free movement of funds to your bank account you will designate. I strongly advice that you keep this strictly confidential within you.

Kindly get back to me with your interest for further explanations. Upon your response, i shall provide to you more details, the name of the Bank i operate with and the processes we will undergo for a successful transaction, these could as-well help you understand this transaction properly.

Because of the nature of the deal, i choose not to email you from my official email address. I will be waiting for your response to know if we can proceed.

Joshua Walton.
Regional Accountant.


To Joshua Walton
Today at 7:47 AM
Mr. Joshua Walton, Esteemed Regional Accountant of Cote D’Ivoire-
Gee willikers, if it is your profound pleasure to read from me, I am jubilantly joyous to read from you.  I’ve never been happier to have my reputation precede me.  Believe me when I say I want to elevate you.  I want you to go higher…higher, Mr. Walton.  I want to elevate your mind.  See some go up, some go down.  I want you to go up.  Enough about that because, frankly, I’m afraid of heights.  Bottom line is your secret is safe with me.  When I was in Kindergarten, my nickname was MoMo the Secret Stasher.  You know why? Because I was really good at stashing away secrets and never telling anyone.  Though I’ve since lost the nickname, I’ve carried that trait into adulthood.  You know, now that I mention it, I should revive the nickname.  Do you have any nicknames? If we’re to become partners, we should get to know one another a little better and nicknames seem like a good place to start.  Let’s also start with this icebreaker: I’m going to pose three questions.  I’ll give you my answers.  In your response to me, please give me your answers.
1. Is your pricing preference elastic or inelastic?  My answer: Inelastic, but I’m hoping that as a result of your partnership, my preference will change to completely elastic.  I’m talking completely flat curve elastic.  Your answer: ???
2. How old were you when you traded your first stock? My answer: Twelve. Okay, okay. It wasn’t a real trade, but it sure felt like it.  I was in seventh grade and we had a simulated stock trading module.  We had to track our stocks in the newspaper (yeah, the newspaper…can you imagine? Kickin’ it old school).  Then, we’d place simulated buy/sell orders.  We’d track all of our activity in a journal.   Your answer: ???
3. Do you put your toilet paper roll with the loose sheet hanging over or hanging under?  My answer: Over.  Your answer: ???
Ok, now let’s get down to the nitty-gritty.  While I take the hanging of toilet paper very seriously, there is other paper I similarly take very seriously: money paper.  You are talking about a very large sum of money paper.  It is exquisite  that you are offering a 50/50 venture.  That speaks volumes of your nature as a sharer.  50/50.  I like it.  Equal parts: you and I.   One part MoMo, one part Mr. Walton.  I’ll be the yin and you be the yang.  Or, if you really prefer being the yin, I’m willing to swap with you.  I’m sure glad you thought this through.  You picked the perfect partner and I’m at your command, Yang (or, Yin if you insist).  I eagerly await further instruction from you.  Thank you once again for choosing me.
Waiting with bated breath,
PS- Please don’t skip over the icebreaker questions.  If this partnership is going to succeed, we need to build a solid foundation.

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3 Responses to “Mr. Joshua Walton the Scammer Part II”

  1. Jan Thomas says:

    Wow Little M!!! Mr. Joshua Walton really sounds like a generous partner! You are so lucky to have been chosen

  2. I know! I’m the luckiest girl on earth because not only do I have one wonderful man in my life (Steve Thomas), but two!

  3. Heidi Marsh says:

    I can’t stop laughing.

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