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Subject: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (For More Info)
Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2012 13:07:12 -0500
Thread-Topic: Contact email@example.com (For More Info)
From: "Acklin, Melissa" <MelissaAcklin@mail.ozark.k12.mo.us>
All the characteristics of a classic Company Rep scam. You will have to bank cashier cheques, keep a certain percentage for yourself and wire the rest to the scammers. The problem is, the cheques will bounce and the scammers will disappear with your hard earned cash.
They want an e-mail address because they probably don't want to pay any postage fees. Some cheap art gallery to work for, don't you think?
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