Dear pony:

Hello! I humbly approach you today with an urgent business proposal on behalf of the House of Bhayes of Yakyakistan. This proposal concerns the fortune of my son Lord Allaway, who sadly passed away last week during a stay in faraway Griffonstone. I cannot claim the entire sum left by my son myself because of my noble status in a country whose borders remain closed to griffons due to Griffonstone's contentious claim of a coal mine within the state of Yakyakistan. The Kingdom of Griffonstone will soon appropriate my son's wealth for itself unless my family's property falls to 49% of its present value—unfortunately, this would leave us poorer than if we were to let the griffons keep the sum.

Your assistance is requested (as a non-Yakyakistani citizen with excellent credit) to assist the House of Bhayes—and also the Ledford Banking Group, Int.—in moving these funds out of Griffonstone. If the funds can be transferred to your name, into your Equestrian account, then you can forward the funds as directed by the House of Bhayes. In exchange for your accommodating services, the House of Bhayes would agree to allow you to retain 10% of this amount: approximately 4.1 million bits.

However, to be a legitimate transferee of these funds according to international law, you must presently be a depositor of at least 10,000 bits in a Yakyakistani bank which is regulated by the Principality of Yakyakistan.

Please call me at your earliest convenience at 200-555-0550. Time is of the essence in this matter; very quickly the Kingdom of Griffonstone will realize our intent to transfer these funds via a foreign party and levy certain transferral and nobility taxes upon the sum before it can be moved. In other words, if we do not act soon, the fortune of 41 million bits will likely drop to less than 30 million bits in worth. Your aid is preferred and would be appreciated. Thank you.

Yours in friendship,

Prince Rutherford of Yakyakistan.