Thank you, David Roger

Yesterday I received a mail from Mr. David Roger telling he his going to send me an atm card loaded with 4,500,000 dollars. What to say ? Thank you ?

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Subject: Re: Your ATM Card Delivery
Attention Please!,

Your overdue payment sum of US$4.5 Million has been converted into
an ATM Card which you can withdraw in any ATM Cash Point Machine
Worldwide.Contact Sir.Charles Alan via Email ( )
with your full home address for delivery.

Kindest Regards
Mr.David Roger

Like most of you, I’m getting a lot of this shit every day. It is obviously a scam and there are many other scams over the Internet. If you are curious to read other “improbable” stories, here is for you the Top 10 Internet Email Scam. Lots of laughs guaranteed !