Today I received an unsolicited email that went like this:
Yes, they did omit the ‘H’ so could be looking for cockney Masons…
“We are in Masonic Regalia manufacturing business from 36 years.We Have
skilled workers and well equipped factory for manufacturing of all types
of masonic regalia including Masonic aprons Masonic flags and
gloves and other masonic accessories.”
Swords!!! I could do with some of those, that would be super!
“Why we are better then other suppliers form this region:
On time Delivery.
No false statements.
Always fulfill promises.
We don’t comprise quality on small or large quantity.
100% Professional staff.
All email are answered with in 24 hours by company owners.
Our first priority is satisfied customer and long term business not
earning only profit.
OUR PRICES ARE QUITE REASONABLE WITHOUT COMPROMISING IN QUALITY OF
PRODUCT AND QUALITY OF SERVICES”
Oh that is good, always find that important when I run out of masonic badges, I am forever running out of them.
“We can send you photos of our work and factory.And we can also supply
you free samples if you interested in any of our products.And we also
request you to visit our factory and inspect our manufacturing
Now you are tempting me you fraudsters!!
“We want to serve you with our quality services . And I assure you that
you will find us most cooperative in all aspects.”
I am honoured!
“Looking Forward to your reply.”
I always laugh as these unsolicited emails and how daft they are and for the record I am not a mason, though I do know a man who is and he is nuts, totally nuts but actually a very decent guy. We’ve known him for years and I still have no idea what Masons actually do?
So maybe I will order:
2 swords – I want to look like I know what I am doing
How many masonic shirts should I order? What do they look like? Do they have emblems on them? Funny cuffs?
A sash would look good but why the heck would I want an apron? Do they bake at these meet ups?
I can then blag my way into a meeting to see what they get up to!