05. June 2007 · Comments Off on Don’t Believe This One Either · Categories: imported, Spam'nScam™

I like to warn you of spam scams. Here’s another, received today:

Hello there,

I have been in the search for a Musical Instrument Teacher for my Son for a while now and I’m happy to have come across your mail. My Son has long made his interest known to me concerning your field and I want to believe I am through searching. My Son is just 13yrs of age,smart and dedicated I must say. I want to understand that you are in the States so he’d be coming in from the Netherlands. It is his spare time now as he is on holidays and his best should be made obvious since you are in the view now. There are some certain things I’ll like to know before making payment out to you by the means of Certified Cashier’s Cheque or Money Order,So a detailed information on how the classes would be run should give me an insight on payment like the following below:

1.Price for the lesson for an hour
2.Cost for the lesson for 3 times in a week.
3.Total price for the lesson for a month.
4.Your location (i.e city and state).
5.Phone Number.

Many Thanx
Daniel Murphy.
Digilinks Corp.

Don’t bother responding. You know it can’t be legit.

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