From James Kelly
Received: from 188.8.131.52, United States, Leaseweb Usa Inc, [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011
From: James Kelly <email@example.com>
DO you need a loan Email us with the info: Amount,Duration,Country,Phone Number
This is a scam
I received an email from this person about a loan. I went along with it for the moment but didn't give them any personal information. They returned the email requesting that I send them my I.D. information and they would send me information about the 'fee' I would have to pay in order to get the loan. Needless to say, I replied stating they were scam artists and not to contact me again. Please beware of these type of people. I'm not a scientist or anything but I do know, you should not have to pay a fee in order to get a loan from anyone. If so, why don't the real lenders charge you a fee before giving a loan?? Think about it. If it sounds too good to be true, than it's probably a scam.
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