Thursday, July 8, 2010

The faux sergeant is a scammer, not a soldier

This is a fairly transparent scam, even without the amusing "from" email address and bad grammar. Don't respond, don't be fooled, by messages like this.

Date: July 6, 2010 9:52:33 PM PDT
Subject: Hello /From Dr. Craig A. Franklin


Would you mind if we got correspond? I am contacting you on behalf of MAJOR GENERAL CRAIG A. FRANKLIN; My name is Ms. Liliana R. Tavera (Sgt) office coordinator of the 332nd Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron {Joint Base Balad, Iraq}.

I was directed to contact you after a closer look on your profile and personality, MAJOR GENERAL CRAIG A. FRANKLIN will be honoured to secure a mutual financial business with you or any trustful person/s that you can recommend outside our United States military and the North Atlantic TreatyOrganization (NATO) surveillance.

Please kindly contact me immediately with your response including
(1.) Your Full Names& Address
(2.) Tel & Fax numbers
(3.) Your most confidential email address; and I'll get back to you with our proposal.

In waiting of your response...
Sgt. Liliana Tavera {Ms}
Baghdad, Iraq

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