Spam Jams: Parkinson Jack (Part 2)

July 30, 2010

For the last week, as transgendered escort Clintina Supanova, I’ve been immersed in a conversation with an internet scam artist going by the dubious name “Parkinson Jack”. Read the first part of our interactions here.

You will remember that when we last left Clintina and Parkinson, Clintina was having trouble figuring out how to even get Parkinson the money he was attempting to extort from her. Clintina was also confused about Parkinson’s use of various contradictory, gender-specific pronouns in reference to the lawyer who was drawing up some mysterious, but potentially lucrative, financial documents. Parkinson tried to clear these matters up with his next message.

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Spam Jams: Parkinson Jack (Part 1)

July 27, 2010

We all get them. Dubious offers from strangers with questionable grammar. They often have names like “Mr. Parkinson Jack” or something even more ridiculous. I was recently contacted by Mr. Jack with the following email.

Dear Sir/Madam,

I represent a group of company based in united kingdom and Middle east we are currently seeking means of expanding and relocating our business interest in the following sectors:banking,real estate,stock speculation and mining,transportation and tobacco.If you think you have a solid background and idea of making good profit in any of the mentioned business sectors in your country.

please write me for possible business co-operation.Moreso,we are ready to facilitate and fund any business that is capable of generating 10% annual return on investment(AROI).JV patrnership and loan financing can also be considered.

Looking forward for a possible business collaboration with you.

Regards,
Parkinson Jack

Well, that seemed completely above board and an excellent opportunity so I responded.

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