Am I Right to be Suspicious?

  morddwyd 08:40 27 Mar 2010

I have received an e-mail from the Queen.

It seems genuine as it has her full title, HM Queen Elizabeth II.

I haven't opened it as I am still in my pyjamas and it would not seem proper reading it while not properly attired, but the subject is "Your Funding".

Do you think it might be spam?

  wiz-king 08:43 27 Mar 2010

Err ... Yes

  peter99co 09:01 27 Mar 2010

Has it got a stamp with her photo on it?

  Mr Mistoffelees 09:06 27 Mar 2010

If so perhaps it is an email birthday card!!

  Kevscar1 09:12 27 Mar 2010

Hey it's a recession even the Royal Family might have to cut back. What are you Republican. You may be in your pyjamas but I hope you stood at attention to read it.

  carver 09:15 27 Mar 2010

I don't think it may be genuine, here's the Queens full title

Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and of her other Realms and Territories Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.

Taken from here click here

You never know though, it could be one of the many begging letters she sends out asking for donations for her corgi charity.

  birdface 09:31 27 Mar 2010

Get one from the house of commons occasionally but it is only from our MP with junk mail.

  birdface 09:33 27 Mar 2010

Maybe you are going to be Knighted for outstanding service to the PCA Forum.

  jakimo 10:38 27 Mar 2010

Does it have an Argentinean post stamp?

  bremner 11:14 27 Mar 2010

Maybe she has read many of your postings and is inviting you to a "once in a life time opportunity" for you to get off your head in the Tower of London.

  birdface 11:22 27 Mar 2010

C'mon the suspense is killing us.
Do we have to call you Sir now.

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