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Email Scam - KEY TRANSFER ATM VISA CARD

For the past few days, scammers have been sending out massive amounts of fraudulent email messages like the one below. These scammers are trying to trick their victims into providing them with their personal information. Please do not reply to these e-mail messages (see one below) because it is a scam. Do not provide these scammers with your personal information so that they can use to scam you.
Email Scam - KEY TRANSFER ATM VISA CARD
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Email Scam - KEY TRANSFER ATM VISA CARD


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Email Scam - KEY TRANSFER ATM VISA CARD

For the past few days, scammers have been sending out massive amounts of fraudulent email messages like the one below. These scammers are trying to trick their victims into providing them with their personal information. Please do not reply to these e-mail messages (see one below) because it is a scam. Do not provide these scammers with your personal information so that they can use to scam you.

Please continue reading below.

Scammers will only use large sums of money to trick persons into sending then their personal information which, they can use against them or sell to other scammers.

Here is a copy of one of the fraudulent email messages:


Subject: KEY TRANSFER (ATM VISA CARD)

From: al_cokercf1@yahoo.com.hk

Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 22:33:50 +0800

KEY TRANSFER (ATM VISA CARD)

 THE ABOVE SUBJECT MATTER REFERS

 Attn: It was Resolved and Agreed Upon By Board Members And Directors That your fund valued $5Millon Will be Release to You On A Special Method Payment.THROUGH ATM VISA CARD,You Are advise to get back to this office within 48hours with your details to claim your fund.

 1, YOUR NAME IN FULL

2, YOUR CONTACT ADDRESS

3, CONTACT PHONE NUMBER/MOBILE

 Mr.Allen Coker

Chairman Foreign Debt/Contract Payment


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