Dear Friend writes from Lady Sandra Anderson 1

“Sandra Anderson” might be female, but she aint no lady.  She’s a scammer.  One who tells me the old, old story about being a widow, dying and being rich.  Oh, and for some reason she seems to think she lives on a market stall in Manchester.  Most strange. She’s a scammer.  She isn’t any of ...
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Yeah – right – pull the other leg, it’s got bells on it.  “Mr Bent” (good name for a scammer, don’t you think) doesn’t seem to be able to decide if he’s called Harry Bent, or maybe Stev Newton.  Who knows.  Who cares.  He’s a scammer – there was no draw and you haven’t won ...
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URGENT ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED PLEASE

Nothing new in this scam – “Mr Khumlo” inherited millions of dollars, is a refugee and just needs your help to get his money.  Or not.  Mr Khumalo isn’t rich and he isn’t a refugee – he’s a scammer who wants to get his hands on your money by charging you fees. Delete the email ...
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Goodness me, there’s been an outbreak of members of “the Helicopter Society” dying in awful circumstances and leaving me millions of dollars – oh yes, and they were all “Engr”.   Do you find that just a bit unbelievable?  I hope so – because non of them are real – just a collection of scammers ...
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Understanding and promoting tax refunds : Changes within 12 months

Understanding and promoting tax refunds : Changes within 12 months
A sneaky scam Inland Revenue email.  Take a look at the link you are taken to if you click on the body of the email: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk.formsrefunds.com/tfn/r At first glance it looks as if it could be the real hmrc.gov.uk site – but look more closely and you will see the site is actually “formrefunds.com” with ...
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Attention:,Please reply/call me.

blah, blah, rhubarb, rhubarb – yes, this is yet another scammer writing his entry for the tallest tale of the year award.  There are no millions of dollars, just a scammer hoping to take your money by charging you money for fees. Ignore this scammer. Attention:,Please reply/call me. My name is: Mr.IDriss Ebom Kamuri Barrister ...
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CHRISMAX GRANT DONATION

Oh look – the “Help 4 the helpless Foundation http://www.keepsafeonthenet.co.uk/2009/11/21/chrismax-grant-donation/ has moved from London (UK) to Abuja (Nigeria).  It still, allegedly, has $20m spare cash to send to random people, rather than spending in on the “helpless”. Ignore this scammer – you haven’t won anything.  This is a scammer, who wants to take your money by ...
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Confirmatory Letter From The Lottery Board

A reader forwarded this daft scam to me.  It came from this email address: TBarden@UTNet.UToledo.Edu My reader commented “I hope this college kid figures out another way to get his tuition money!”  So do I – he won’t be a student for much longer if the University of Toledo catch him. Don’t encourage him (or ...
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Urgent reply needed

Would you trust a scammer who can’t decide how to spell his name?  Is he “Mr Blaise” or he is “Blase Hagar”.  Who knows.  Come to that, who cares.  I’m about to do exactly what he asks me not to “expose or betray this trust”.  Yes – here’s the scam in it’s entirety – Sorry ...
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CHRISMAX GRANT DONATION 1

If the “Help 4 the helpless foundation” existed (which it doesn’t) it would be in serious breach of its charitable remit.  By my calculations 40 x £0.5m = £20m.  Apparently this charity has so much spare cash that it has helped all of the “helpless” and is able to give away £20m.  If I was ...
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