Subject: Sad Trip!!!………………………Sally
I really hope you get this fast. I could not inform anyone about our trip, because it was impromptu. we had to be in Philippines for Tour.. The program was successful, but our journey has turned sour. we misplaced our wallet and cell phone on our way back to the hotel we lodge in after we went for sight seeing. The wallet contained all the valuables we had. Now, our passport is in custody of the hotel management pending when we make payment.
I am sorry if i am inconveniencing you, but i have only very few people to run to now. i will be indeed very grateful if i can get a short term loan from you ($2,250 dollars). this will enable me sort our hotel bills and get my sorry self back home. I will really appreciate whatever you can afford in assisting me with. I promise to refund it in full as soon as soon as I return. You can have the $2,250 dollars. wired to me via Western Union. Have it wired to my name and present location, here are the details you need to have it wired to me..
Receiver’s Name: Sally
Once you are done Kindly e-mail me the Confirmation details (MTCN) for the pick up of the funds.
Let me know when you head out to Western Union??
One night a banking tycoon fell overboard form his yacht.
He was saved because he could float a loan.
MAN: “My son is sure learning a lot at business school.”
FRIEND: “Like what?”
MAN: “Well, he never writes home asking for money anymore. He just bills us for a loan.”
I’m in bad shape financially. I just second mortgaged my house to pay the loan I took out to pay my income tax.
There is one sure-fire way to save money these days — borrow it and then forget who loaned it to you.
MAN (to bank teller): “I’d like to borrow some money.”
TELLER: “I’m sorry, but the loan arranger is out.”
MAN: “That’s okay. Let me talk to Tonto.”
Before going to Europe, a business man drove his Rolls Royce to a downtown New York Bank and went in to ask for an immediate loan of $5,000. The loan officer taken aback, requested collateral and so the man said, “Well then, here are the keys to my Rolls Royce.” The loan officer promptly had the car driven into the bank’s underground parking for safe keeping and gave him $5,000.
Two weeks later the man walked through the bank’s doors and asked to settle up his loan and get his car back. “That will be $5,000 in principal and $15.40 in interest?” the loan officer said.
The man wrote out a check for $5,000 and started to walk away. “Wait Sir” the loan officer said, “while you were gone I found out you are a millionaire. Why in the world would you need to borrow $5,000?”
The man smiled. “Where else can I park my Rolls Royce in Manhattan for two weeks and pay only $15.40!”