Saturday, December 22, 2012

Scammer Impersonating Bank of America

This is a scam!  Bank of America does not use a free email address!

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"Monica C. Lozano"
"Complement Of The Season From Ms. Monica"
Sat, 22 Dec 2012 19:41:08 -0600

Dear Valued Customer,

How are you today? I got your mail. Please, the problem we are facing now is how to pay and obtain the Transfer Tax Clearance pin code from Inland Revenue because Xmas is fast approaching. We have discussed and plead on your behalf that they should allow you to complete the Transfer of your fund online to celebrate this christmas in Grand Style with your family and also plan ahead in the year 2013 OK.,and make the payment later.They have accepted to give you a waver to pay only for your transfer Tax clearance of $1,150 dollars and after the completion of your transfer into your local bank account in your country,you will pay the remaining balance.I think the bank have assisted you because this fund have being long deposited in this bank and we want it to be transfer into your bank account.

So please write me back quickly over the waver and asking how you will make the payment of the $1,150 dollars for your transfer Tax Clearance payment.I hope this is justifiable,because they must be a Tax payment on your transfer. Please call my number for more explanations regarding your transfer (347) 709-1489

Thanks we hope to hear from you soon,

I wish you all Happy Xmas and New Year in advance!!

Thank you,

Ms. Monica Lozano
Chief Executive Officer
Contact Telephone: (347) 709-1489

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