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Fraud email example:
From: "School of Economics, Accounting & Finance - SCPJ" <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, 23 Aug 2008 06:23:51 +0800
I am Mr MikeDavies,Foreign Transaction Officer
of WBC (a company based in the UK). A Company that
is specialized in Import and Export of Machinery & equipment,
Communication Accessories and Household Appliances.We are searching for
representatives who can help us establish a
medium of getting to our customers in Canada/America and Europe
as well as making payments through you to us.
Please if you are interested in transacting business with
us we will be glad to be your partners.Please contact us for more
information,Subject to your satisfaction you will be given
the opportunity to negotiate your mode of which we will pay for your
services as our representative in Canada/America and Europe.
Please if you are interested forward the following requirement
1. Full names.
2. Residential address.
3. Your email address
4. Phone number.
5. Fax number.
9.Your state/ Country of location
Note: mode of payment would be 10%
retainance of every amount youreceive from our customer.
Thanks in advance
Mr. Mike Davies.
(Foreign Transaction Officer)