Here we go with the Japanese earthquake and tsunami scams. It hasn't even been three weeks yet. Pathetic. Unfortunately these scams are very popular and pervasive. "Bruno Gamba," a "managing director" of some Asian bank "discovered" $12.7 million in an "account" that "belonged" to a "deceased client" who "perished" in the quake, along with "his entire family," of course. "Bruno" would like you to stand in as "next-of-kin" to claim nonexistent cash, and "split it" with him. For more samples of these scams, Click Here.
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