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IGNORE IT.... it's most likely a scam. This go on and on all the time....from pleas for help to inheritance claims.... One way that you can obviously tell is by looking at the e-mail addres where it came from. It will always be a yahoo, msn, hotmail, etc... not an official address. Right! so someone is going to be sending you an official email from a free e-mail account....
Then they ask you to respond quickly sending them your name, address, phone number, and sometimes your checking account and/or credit card numbers....
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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