_Here are a couple of interesting entries from the "Dept of Homeland Security" LOL. One says the New York Police Dept is holding onto a "consignment box" that's filled with U.S. dollars, and another says you have an "ATM card" that's currently in Memphis, TN. The Federal Express tracking number given by the scammer for that one is real, but the package could contain most anything that weighs less than 70 pounds. It was sent from Lagos, Nigeria earlier in 2011, and is currently on its way to Austin, TX, as of today, December 31. Don't ever fall for this stuff. There is no "consignment box," and there is no "ATM card." They just want to steal your money. These entries are both linked here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank you, and a happy and prosperous 2012.
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