Here's another proposal scam in which the "manager" of a bank in Ghana has supposedly made a few million in profit, but he hasn't filed any report, so the "head office" will never know about it. Well that makes sense, because the money doesn't exist anyway. The spam says right up front that it was mailed out by AT&T, and he wants you to respond to another free e-mail address as well, neither of which have anything to do with any bank. This Peter Mensah very likely is the manager of this bank, but if you contact him, he will not know anything of what you're talking about. His identity was simply stolen for this scam. This entry is linked here, in the upper left, and there are YouTube videos of top ten scams located here. You will love Judge Judy ripping an eBay scammer to pieces :o) Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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