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What a generous nation the UK is.

#1
I just received this in my email and want to thank all you in the UK for your generosity, especially in light of the economic woes besetting our 2 countries. Once I receive the funds, I will make a suitable donation to ARRSE.


Payment Transfer Notification of GBP3, 500.000.00 Pounds

The treasury directorate division of the UK Financial Monetary Service Authority writes to inform you that we have credit advice documentary evidence in your favor to authorize the release of GBP3,500,000.00(Three Million Five hundred Thousand Pounds Only) to you being an outstanding payment accrued interest on your contract/inheritance payment. As the only authorized officer saddle with the responsibility of making sure you get and confirm the transaction, you are hereby advised to carefully confirm to us your receiving banking details for verification, so that upon clearance confirmation of your details, we shall direct the paying institution in London to immediately release and remit your payment without any further delay .
As soon as we receive and confirm this information, your credit advice confirmation evidence will be sent to our paying institution for the immediate release of the fund to your nominated account. Await your response.
Kindest regards
Chief Frank Williams
Chief Executive Officer
HM Treasury London
1 Horse guards Road, London
SW1A 2HQ; London UK
Office Tel: 447024071708.
Direct all reply to: hmtreasury2@gmail.com
 
#2
Well fuck me sideways, at least it's going to a poor bastard who needs it - if only for the booze and porn stash.
Didn't know the treasury used a gmail account either, you learn every fecking day 8O
 
#3
You should see what our Treasury fires off to Africa.

Actually, you probably do, as that which doesn't go to Mercedes Benz GmbH ends up invested in Californian real estate.
 
#4
At first I thought that Brown was giving away more of our money. I am not outraged as it's going to a good cause.

I'm just waiting for the nice banker in HK to send me millions.
 
#5
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
 
#6
rockpile said:
At first I thought that Brown was giving away more of our money. I am not outraged as it's going to a good cause.

I'm just waiting for the nice banker in HK to send me millions.
Let me work on things here--I am sure some of our bailed out banks will have a few spare billions laying about and will get it on the wires to you ASAP so that we can return the favor and preserve our "special relaitonship."

O HAPPY DAYS-WHAT A YEAR 2010 IS TURNING OUT TO BE AND HERE I WAS DREADING WHAT WAS COMING NEXT.
 
#7
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Wait--are you suggesting there is something dodgy here? I just sent my account number and had already ordered my new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport!

 
#8
jumpinjarhead said:
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Wait--are you suggesting there is something dodgy here? I just sent my account number and had already ordered my new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport!


Typical Gyrene blows his wad on a penis extension :soldier:
 
#11
tiger stacker said:
jumpinjarhead said:
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Wait--are you suggesting there is something dodgy here? I just sent my account number and had already ordered my new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport!


Typical Gyrene blows his wad on a penis extension :soldier:
Erm...that is not needed old son--if I did that I would no doubt be in line for a new reality show, not to mention an entry in Guinness' Book of World Records. Besides, the car is only $2.2 million.
 
#12
jumpinjarhead said:
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Wait--are you suggesting there is something dodgy here? I just sent my account number and had already ordered my new Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport!
To be honest mate, it wouldn't surprise me one bit to find Gordon was giving away cash in this manner. Might be worth waiting a few days and seeing if the cash comes through!
 
#13
Absolutely nothing dodgy there, whatsover. This happens all the time. However, if you are a bit worried about it, send me your bank details and I'll ensure that all is above board and will check it out for you.
To make doubly sure, if you include an electronic copy of your signature I'll be able to expedite matters very quickly.
 
#14
exbleep said:
Absolutely nothing dodgy there, whatsover. This happens all the time. However, if you are a bit worried about it, send me your bank details and I'll ensure that all is above board and will check it out for you.
To make doubly sure, if you include an electronic copy of your signature I'll be able to expedite matters very quickly.
I must say the unexpected gift from HM government and now your kind offer are really making me have to re-think my prejudices about lim....erm, Brits.

I have sent my account numbers and since I know you are trustworthy, contact details for my only daughter, to you via PM as I am a bit worried about posting them on this thread for all to see. I anxiously await your response.
 
#16
jumpinjarhead said:
I must say the unexpected gift from HM government and now your kind offer are really making me have to re-think my prejudices about lim....erm, Brits.
OK take the monies but are we quits about this whole burning the White house down and tea issue?
 
#17
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Plus the mobile phone number. Wonder how many pounds a minute it'll cost to call that?
 
#18
Bravo_Zulu said:
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Plus the mobile phone number. Wonder how many pounds a minute it'll cost to call that?
Standard mobile number, good of them to put our international code for him though. Wonder if it does work. Nick someones phone and try it.
 
#19
Bravo_Zulu said:
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Plus the mobile phone number. Wonder how many pounds a minute it'll cost to call that?
You are missing a trick.

Text it, I just did on my free 02 sim and it appears to have gone through.

I said I needed to talk to them and they should ring me to discuss it. Said that I needed to keep it secret from my family as I was in the middle of a divorce and did not want my wife to know so they must only call me on the mobile. Waiting now for my response
 
#20
Aunty Stella said:
Bravo_Zulu said:
frenchie said:
What I love about this is the attention to detail they take. Of course replicating the hmtreasury.gov.uk mail would be hard to use, so lets just settle for hmtreasury2@gmail.com. FFS its not even hmtreasury1, let alone a simple hmtreasury.

Still some muppet out there will be relieved of finances via this very same email!
Plus the mobile phone number. Wonder how many pounds a minute it'll cost to call that?
You are missing a trick.

Text it, I just did on my free 02 sim and it appears to have gone through.

I said I needed to talk to them and they should ring me to discuss it. Said that I needed to keep it secret from my family as I was in the middle of a divorce and did not want my wife to know so they must only call me on the mobile. Waiting now for my response
Good man :D Keep us informed
 

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