Thank you for your help once again
I bet that amount is the exact amount that person who sent the fraudulent email legally owes, so even if one person pays, they can cover their own.....lol
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That is one of the most idiotic, downright stupid, and illegal things I've ever read. I wonder why they didn't threaten to send in the Navy Seals along with it. Gather it all up, turn it over to authorities, and hope they get their "just" rewards.
I usually get these emails once a blue the grammatical errors (pardon mine) are horrendous, the so call demand doesnt even have a name its addressed to just shamful. I wrote them back once and gave them some pointers, guess they didnt use them.
Probably couldn't read them!
I guess I am missing out as I have never got one of these e-mails yet but I have hit multiple lotteries in multiple countries. Seriously I would get all the information I could and turn it over and hope that someone can put a stop to these clowns.