We got a wierd letter in the mail from, of all places, Tanzania!
I opened it up to find a typical hilarious scam email. It’s one thing to recieve spam in your email inbox, but it’s another thing to recieve it in the actual physical snail mail!
And it’s complete with the usual typos and everything (*facepalm*). You’d expect if they were paying all the money for this postage they’d work on their sales pitch at least a little!
Let’s hope some gullible person doesn’t fall for this crap!