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    Mr. James Thornton, SFT Investment Bank

    Received: from 82.128.59.137 ([82.128.59.137]) by www.kseu.edu.ge (Horde
    From: SFT INVESTMENT BANK <sft.invstbnk@deliveryman.com>
    Reply-to: [sft.invstbnk@msn.com]

    Dear Beneficiary,
    A new transfer account has been opened for you by SFT INVESTMENT BANK here in the United Kingdom (registered in Aberdeen) on behalf of the Camelot Group with a confirmed balance of $ 2,606,900.00 only in an Automated Suspense Account type.

    The new transfer account is to enable you gain access to your unclaimed funds pending and finally make transfer deposits to your designated account in your resident country. You are advised to get back to this office immediately for further remittance modalities.

    Regards,
    Mr. James Thornton
    Snr. Personnel Manager,
    International Remittance Department
    I've got a very primitive spam filtered email but very fruitful

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    We have been contacted by this guy

    He is ringing us rather than emailing us. We haven't sent accounts or anything and told him we wouldn't. He then said he would sent it thru Western Union or someone like that. We are guessing it is a scam which is why we haven't done anything but has anyone else heard about him?

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    [QUOTE=mops;133201]He is ringing us rather than emailing us. We haven't sent accounts or anything and told him we wouldn't. He then said he would sent it thru Western Union or someone like that. We are guessing it is a scam which is why we haven't done anything but has anyone else heard about him? Would love to believe it was true lol

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    82.128.59.137 is an Internet server in Nigeria, Multilinks Telecommunications Limited. So the question is why would you talk to him? It's a scam. This sounds like a follow up to a lottery scam format.
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