So I e-mailed her again – with copies to others to cover my ass – as I didn’t hear back from her. (Interestingly, those cc addresses disappeared from my screen at some point and I had to enter them again.)
She replied that she had not heard back from me. This is what happened. See below. Most recent message at the top.
Thank you for your response. I have no choice but to conclude that you are not who you say you are.
I do not appreciate this.
Please do NOT contact me again.
Over and out.
Hi Angelina Sorry i do not have a business card but i have an ID badge, when I get to meet you face to face you will be able to see this. As you can see my email is Portsmouth city council which hopefully will give you some reassurance. i look forward to speaking with you at 4pm
I did e-mail back to you. Perhaps your e-mail system weeded it out as a potential spoof.
Could you please send me a copy of your business card and your passport or perhaps, instead of your passport, a few business cards of your colleagues?
Like I said, you do not seem to exist digitally, spoofs abound these days and because of the pandemic, I have no way of verifying that you are who you say you are. You could be a so-called flying monkey.
I trust that you understand.
After that, a 4pm call would be fine.
Hi Angelina, I hope you are well? I did email you on Tuesday asking if you were available to talk yesterday between 9 – 11, as i did not hear from you I was going to contact you again today. Would you be free on chat later today around 4pm?
I suppose that you have another emergency on your hands as I didn’t hear back from you.
Could you please do me a favour and e-mail me a scan of your business card? I would really appreciate that. You see, you do not seem to exist at all in the digital realm and in today’s day and age, that is rather odd. And I have had so many spoofed e-mails, texts, phone calls and other communications in the past decade, even a communication about a non-existing court order.