I swear, the lengths these scammers will go to. Check this out. This guy says you have a Western Union payment coming to you, totaling $700,000, and you can get it at a rate of $3,500 per day, but you only have 48 hours to "activate" it. Time is of the essence, of course. He doesn't want you to think too long or too hard that this might be a scam, which it is. The "fee" is $299, but you can pay any part of that to get your first $3,500. Once you get your first payment, which you won't, then you would have to pay the balance on the $299. If you don't, the "reference number" will be "deactivated," and all you would theoretically get is $3,500 instead of the $700K. "Give 'em an offer they can't refuse." LOL
These guys are getting craftier by the second. They know their credibility is running out in America. He sent the e-mail from a pop.com.br e-mail address, which offers free dial-up internet as well as 1GB of free e-mail service. He wants you to respond to a o2.pl e-mail address, which is free Polish e-mail that offers 10GB of space. None of it has a thing to do with Western Union, of course. To see more of these scam samples, Click Here, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated.
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