Well let's see. How many different cultures are represented in this little scam-mail I wonder. There's a Brazilian "From" e-mail address, a Polish "Reply-to" e-mail address, another e-mail address in Mongolia, what appears to be a physical address in Rio, a greeting in French, the scam-mail itself is in English, and we're to contact someone in the Republic of Benin, located in Africa. That makes at least six languages and five cultures altogether. And somehow, they want us to believe that we have $800,000 coming to us LOL. This posting will be located here for awhile, in the top left hand corner, and here is a little video collection of top ten scams. You will just love Judge Judy reaming out a scammer who doesn't know when to shut up :o) Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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