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Some scammers are so disorganized they can’t even get their scam messages straight. In this example, “Rev. Franklin Moore” has an ATM card for you that is worth (ready?) four dollars and fifty cents! That’s quite an inducement! Actually, the scammer probably meant to type $4.5 Million, but just didn’t get it right. A lesson to scammers everywhere: always proofread your scams!
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2015
From: Franklin Moore email@example.com
Subject: welcome to DHL Dlivery company
welcome to DHL Dlivery company.
I have registered Your ATM CARD worth of $4.5.usd with Fedex Express Courier Company with registration code of (Shipment Code awb 33xzs). please Contact with your delivery information such as, Your Name, Your Address and Your Telephone Number:
Name of REV.Franklin Moore
I have paid for the Insurance & Delivery fee. The only fee you have to pay is their Security fee $150 Please indicate the registration Number and ask Him how to pay their Security fee of $150 so that you can pay it immediately.
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