In a surprise move today the Association for Nigerian Email Financial Industries announced a quality assurance scheme "Online Mug". "We are growing greatly concerned that the quality of email scams arising from our members has declined greatly in recent years, and we want to rectify the situation, to maintain our international reputation in this field" said Mr Nigel Mwanga, Association Spokesperson and only son of a multi-millionaire Government Minister who died recently. "There are too many instances of poor spelling and English, and the use of improbable relationships" he continued.
Mrs Scholastica, Head of Press Relations, and recently bereaved Widow of a top Nigerian Oil Executive, continued "we want to stamp these poor practices out, so will be introducing a 'Quality First' scheme using a highly trained group of UK undergraduates who will pose as Mugs when answering emails promising great riches for a small advance, to root out sub-par practices, who will then report back to our 'Shop-a-Scammer' Hotline".
"We believe this scheme is a real winner and will only be open to accredited members of the Association, who pass strict entry requirements - if they fail the test, then they shall be removed from the Register, and barred from re-applying for a period of three full days. We think this will result in increased revenue for truly professional scammers, Praise God for their good health" finished Mr Justice Mbeke, last scion of a vastly wealthy banking dynasty. "All they have to do is pay the entry fee of £10,000 pounds and they are in".
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