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Is it scam season?


Not sure why but I seem to be getting an unusually large number of scam emails in my inbox. Is January scam season? Or are there just more scam artists out there at the moment? Here is one that I got today.

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-----Original Message-----
From: jolyn adams [mailto:alanise@ladymail.com]
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2006 6:00 PM
To: Ivy Hughes
Subject: The prospect you have been waiting for. High $

Dear Jim,

I found you just in time because I was let go from a job I held for 312 months would you believe.

Its very hard to thank you enough for launching me in this industry. You have given me a brand new beginning on life. Already making twice as much as I took home in my old job.

I purchased for cash a new Mercedes. Taking home 165,000US in 18 months. Really having a great time in this profession. It is a blast and I am a hero to the courts and to my customers. What an outstanding business to be in.

Following exactly what your instruction tells me to do, is proceeding
perfectly. I go to the local court and locate all of the customers I can handle.

I avail myself of your advanced reporting services to find all items which can be seized. Using your fill in the blank forms I deliver them to the appropriate firms. Then the funds arrive to my PO Box. Its like magic. Its so exciting opening up the payments as they arrive..

I can take a holiday when ever we have a notion to do so. England and Brazil this year.

Provide this letter to others. This profession is so untapped it needs many more of us assisting the courts and the people who have been harmed.

Sincerely,
Nettie W. WA

This can be you!

Advance to our web site below where we provide you more indepth facts about our structure at 0 outlay or requirement. You do not have a thing to lose and a lot to profit.

Higher to learn more or to bring to a hault receiving more info and then to see location
And what is this scam anyway if anybody knows...?