TRANSFER OF FUNDS
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Subject: TRANSFER OF FUNDS
To: Recipients <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: LEGAL PROPOSAL<email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2012 22:37:07 +0100
X-Antivirus-Scanner: Clean mail though you should still use an Antivirus
We still find it hard to believe people can fall for a scam like this. A stranger contacts you out of the blue and tells you to reply for more information. Why can't he just tell you what it is and get it over with?
Spam filters are identifying these scams much easier these days and that's a problem for the scammers, but some spam filters will add the scammer to a white list as soon as you reply to him. This means your spam filter will not will not block any subsequent e-mails from this person and the scammer is bargaining on that.
As soon as the scammer has your attention, you are more likely to be manipulated by his lies, so NEVER reply to e-mails like this, regardless of how legitimate the scammer say they are.
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