In response to a reply made to an email asking for help, we received:
From: [email protected]
Can I ask you for a quick favour please.
Seems reasonable - they can even spell favour, but in response to our 'What did you need?' style email we received:
Thanks for your quick response, It's my Niece’s birthday and I need to get her a (Steam Wallet Voucher) for her as a birthday gift, but I am having problems purchasing online and I'm traveling right now. Can you help me get it at any supermarket, Sainsbury, Tesco & stores close to you? I promise to pay it as soon as I get back. Kindly let me know if you can handle this on my behalf ? So, I can let you know what to do with the gift voucher once you have them. Am only looking to spend £200, I promise to pay back as soon as I get back. Please let me know if you can handle this.
Hmm, what a cheap shot!