Posts Tagged 'bank scam'

Trouble in the Bank.

Today little Nathan West writes:

  • Dear NatWest Bank customer, We have implemented security measures consistent with our internal information security practices to help us keep your information secure. These measures include technical and procedural steps to protect your data from misuse, access or disclosure, loss, alteration or destruction.
Dear Nathan West, I generally keep most of my data secure under a plant pot on my patio.  Thus far it has been pretty successful apart from the time a slug forced entry and ate a portion on my credit card statement and then sicked it up again all over my passport.  Needless to say it was ruined.
  • One of these security measures is NOF to help us to keep your personal and banking data up to date.
Pardon my ignorance but what is this NOF you speak of?  Applying abbreviations to security measures is not big or clever and often spells trouble… not that NOF spells trouble, at least I don’t think it does.  Hang on, the best security measure I can think of involves a nasty niff not a NOF! Smells can keep even most prying eyes away.  
Is a NOF a Nominally Obscene Fart perchance?
  • You should complete a NOF on a regular basis.
I just did and if I was you I’d give it a minute before coming in here.
  • Please complete NOF using the link below:

(link removed for the safety of our readers)

Now Nathan, I visited your site and this NOF you so proudly speak of was nowhere to be seen, there was however a very strong smell of yesterday’s shit which I can only assume your big, fat NOF left behind as he legged it with my bank account details.

Love,

Norman Oliver Fahlegm 

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