These guys are getting a little better, but too much still doesn't make any sense. They no longer say which airport they're supposedly at, hoping you will provide that information, and lo and behold, they will say they are at the very same airport. They're also beginning to understand that millions of dollars actually weighs something. Notice the use of free e-mail addresses, poor spelling, and poor grammar. Don't help them. Let them figure English out on their own. You need to "provide your details" about where you live, and of course they will say that it's a perfect match with the "shipment details." This one is very generous, too, and offers you 75 percent of money that doesn't exist LOL. This posting will be linked here for awhile, in the upper left hand corner, there are some games here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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