Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Engineer Dube's message was short, sweet and scammy

I'm sure that Engineer Tony Dube is sincere — wanting to rip you off. Don't respond, don't be fooled, to pitches like this.

This email was sent to one of our info@ addresses as a BCC. The message originated from MSN, but had a return address at Gmail. It was flagged as having used a spoofed IP address.

From: dube tony
Date: July 15, 2009 9:57:47 AM PDT
Subject: (Transfer and Investment of US$28.5M)dhdfh


I got your contact email ID from the internet online. Hence I decided to contact you for assistance for the remittance of $28.5m. I am a south african. If you are willing to assist me, please reply to my alternate email address which is (ADDRESSDELETED) so that I would give you full explanation and your compensation.

Engr Tony Dube.

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