How To Identify A Scam
This is how they start the scam using your email address. If you are greedy or naive, then you get sucked in. Not sure how they got my email in the first place, but you should be able to smell the scam.
From: andrew andrew
Date: Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 11:29 AM
Subject: Hello dear
This may meet you as a surprise but i have to start by introducing myself to you, I am Mr,Andrew Elliot the United Nation regional Director mid east, i am in charger of machinery equipment and maintenance.
We had a partner who represent us and purchases our lubricant in whole of Asia, for the past one month we have been trying to reach him on phone but his phone were not going through, we have sent him several email but there has not been any response from him and this product is highly needed now.
We have the information of the agent who sells this product to him but she does not understand English and does not want to discuss with us because of the language barrier, Now we want you to stand as our representative and discuss with her so that we can be giving you the money to purchase this product on our behalf and supply to us.
Your urgent response is highly required here so that we can furnish you up with the detail information of the company in charge of the lubricant oil.
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