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Over and over again, the same scam, redone a million plus times, it never ends. 2 y/o children know this scam more than accepting candy from strangers.
I am a NY Jew, living in Oregon, I have a few family members scattered throughout NY and Florida, what are the odds, that "ME" someone the author does not know (as the email is addressed to NOBODY" is the "kin" to some unknown stranger.
From: Mr. Mike Bradford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Do accept my apologies if my email does not meet your personal ethics. I've contacted you because coincidentally, you've been legally privileged. This business proposal which certainly will be of a mutual benefit to us. This proposal has in it the sum of $15Miliion (Fifteen Million United States Dollars) and 50 %( USD$7.5Million) of this sum is at stake for you, if you are declared the next of kin. This transaction is legal and totally risk free. Therefore I crave your indulgence to seize this opportunity here present. However, full details of this transaction will be given to you upon request. Call my number or send me an email through my personal email address (email@example.com) cheers!
Mr. Mike Bradford