Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Bank transfer scam email

Am beginning to wonder, how could someone sit behind a computer waste their time sending fake emails and hoping that someone will reply and it will lead to them ripping off some cash? That same time spent, they could do something legit on the internet and get a lifetime income. Get rich quick scheme, by stealing from people is a whole lot harder and chances are you won't rip anything out of it; even lose your life or get some jail time! This particular email, is running two scams!! Poor thing. I just step on your parade! Regular blogger, popular keywords, they search engine spider just love me! LOL! All it takes is to type your email or fake names on the search engine. Voila! Funny thing, I won't be the only one who got this and is posting or posted. Time to shop for a new email, waste of time a resources, because even if I don't expose you. someoneelse will. There are a lot of us out there just like you are.. Email address officemail7665@virgilio.it Turning the email over doesn't change anything . We are smarter LOL!

Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2011 03:18:00 +0200
> From: offimaifhg7@virgilio.it
> Subject: RE!

This is to notify you of a payment Order of $7.5m in your name from the
Bank Group dated 7/06/2011.Please contact our Head of Wire Department
payment JP Morgan Chase Bank New York and please make sure you contact us
this E-mail: (jpmoganchasebank@yahoo.com ) with this information (1) Full
and address, 2) Telephone Number (3) Age
C/o: Mr James Dimon. Thanks for
choosing JP Morgan Chase Bank
Susan Rodd
JPMorgan Chase Bank

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