This particular email seems to have entered the Internet via an SMTP server at koso.net, a hosting service in South Korea.
Don't reply, don't be fooled, by scams like this.
From: "www.moneybookers.com" firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: March 9, 2010 1:07:35 PM PST
Subject: Money Received
You've got cash
Greetings from moneybookers.com! We would like to inform you that you have received a payment from email@example.com
Amount: USD 275.00
Subject: You must use the link below to accept the payment.
Your money is waiting for you : http://sendmail.sixserve.com/MoneyBookers.Com/directory.php?app=login.pl
We hope you enjoy your cash.Use this link to accept the payment : http://sendmail.sixserve.com/MoneyBookers.Com/directory.php?app=login.pl
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