Most intriguing spam / scam
The email was caught by the junk filter and started off like this, "A venerable insurance company within the underlying market of operation, is proud to announce yet another feasible entry for uprising accounting adepts."
I have seen random word generators produce more understandable copy. "... feasible entry for uprising accounting adepts?" Give me a break!
On the other hand, exploring the "underlying market of operation" almost sounds interesting... could be fun.
After picking myself up from the floor -- recovering from a feasible and adept session of ROLF -- I found another gem.
"Salient associates, with profound work knowledge, will assist you in unwrapping avocation related techniques, which will best integrate with the development and popularization of high-caliber insurance solutions."
Dog gone it, I've always been a closet salient associate. How did they know! And, there's nothing like a well integrated and popular avocation technique to really flip my switch. Golly, this could be the big one.
Then disappointment set in as I read further (they were really on a roll up to this point), "Feel free to consider the prerequisites table right below, to amass the important information."
Ah, the prerequisites. Oh gosh. Mercy. I amassed with perplexity.
Just another money transfer scam.