Attention FedEx provides access to a growing global market place through anetwork of supply chain, transportation, and business and related informationservices. The FedEx courier Service Company is hereby passing an essentialmessage to all our valuable customers to be very careful while presentingtheir Receivers/Residential Address to avoid wrong delivery. Authoritatively, this is the FedEx courier service company mailing you inrespect of your parcel that was brought to this company to be delivered toyou by one Mr.. Collins Alex We understand that the content of your packageitself is a Bank Draft worth of $300.000.00 (Three Hundred Thousand UnitedStates Dollars), As you know,FedEx do not ship money inCASH or in CHEQUESbut Bank Drafts are shippable. It may interest you to know that a letter isalso added to your package. However we cannot quote it's content to you viaemail for privacy reasons he paid for the Delivery of your parcel, Insurancepremium. Contact Person: Mr Bright Adams.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: + 234-8078426119 Kindly complete the below form and send it to the email address givenabove.This is mandatory to reconfirm your Postal address and telephonenumbers. FULL NAMES:TELEPHONE:POSTAL ADDRESS:CITY:STATE:COUNTRY Note: The only money you will send to the FedEx Courier Service to deliveryour Draft direct to your postal Address in your country is $150.00 Dollarsonly for the security Keeping Fee of the Courier Company so far. Again, don?tbe deceived by any person to pay any other money except $150.00 Dollars youare to pay for the immediate Delivering.he would have paid that but theysaid no because he don't know when you will be contacting us in case ofdemurrage. You have to contact the FedEx Courier Service now for the deliveryof your Draft. Contact Mr Bright Adams of FedEx Courier Customer Service for your parceltracking number via email to avoid delay. Mrs. Margaret Blaire.FedEx Online Team Management.All rights reserved.. Â© 1995-2009 FedEx.
WOW, another new money-grabbing scam. Some sort of software allows the FEDEX email address to appear while the full headers show other addresses, right? - "PayPal" phishing uses this a lot.
I wonder how much money these scammers really make? Some from PayPal, since their emails look so authenmtic, but PayPal does its best to intercept them.
by dinkan53 5 years ago
I got the payment issued on 26 Oct. Usually I get the check on the 1st week itself. I went to the courier service in search of my check and they informed me that the contact number will be there and they will call me before delivering the courier. So I waited for that and my patience was out by...
by Isaiah Michael 8 years ago
how do I get the fedex brown bailout ad off my hubpages?I have done everything on the google ads page they say to do but it didn't work. As a matter of fact it is now on some of them 2 times.
by Thomas Swan 3 years ago
I'm having a hard time tracking down the hosts of some of the websites that are plagiarizing from me. For example, this one:towhoo.comAccording to whoishostingthis, it's hosted by Software Works Group. They don't seem to be a hosting service or a legitimate business because the email on their site...
by SweetiePie 22 months ago
Is there a possibility we could have a new feature that would only allow Hubpage members with profiles to send emails? I think this might cut down on the amount of spam we are currently receiving from unverified email accounts. Just a thought . Also, it would be great if email...
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
It's my first.Here is the url of the stolen content. http://globalknowledgepedia.com/happine … happiness/ The text is 100% copied. Just the title is changed. My title was How to be Happy: Quotes from Famous People on Happiness. There doesn't seem to be a way to contact the owner of the site....
by pgrundy 8 years ago
Saw this in the NYT this morning:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/01/busin … g.html?hpwBasically, after getting billions handed to them on a silver platter, it turns out they have not been maintaining appropriate reserves to pay their claims for the past decade. This isn't just in the small...
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