Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Urgent Help ............ Mary

Hello.

I Hope you get this on time, I made a trip to (Turkey) and had my bag stolen from me with my passport and personal effects therein. The embassy has just issued me a temporary passport but I have to pay for a ticket and settle my hotel bills with the Manager.

I have made contact with my bank but it would take me 3-5 working days to access funds in my account, the bad news is my flight will be leaving very soon but I am having problems settling the hotel bills and the hotel manager won't let me leave until I settle the bills, I need your help/LOAN financially and I promise to make the refund once I get back home, you are my last resort and hope, Please let me know if I can count on you and I need you to keep checking your email because it's the only way I can reach you.

Thanks.
Mary Mayberry 

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Notice to Appear in Court


Baker  McKenzie
Notice to Appear,
Hereby you are notified that you have been scheduled to appear for your
 hearing that will take place in the court of Huntsville in September 18,
2014 at 11:10am. Please bring all documents and witnesses relating to
this case with you to Court on your hearing date.

To view copy of the court notice click here. Please, read it thoroughly.

Note: If you do not attend the hearing the judge may hear the case in your
absence.

Truly yours, Clerk of Court
© Baker McKenzie 2014

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Ways to Spot a Phishing Scam


It’s early in the morning, and you’ve just made a cup of coffee. You’re checking your email when you see one from PayPal, informing you there is an issue with your account and to ‘click here’ to verify your account. The email even features the official PayPal logo.

Because it’s early and your coffee hasn’t kicked in yet, you might think the email is legitimate and click the embedded link or attachment. And you might end up sorry if you did. If you’d taken a closer look, you’d have realized it was a phishing email.

Phishing emails are designed to look like legitimate messages from actual banks, businesses, and other organizations. In reality, though, criminals created the message, usually in an effort to steal your money, identity, or both. They want you to click links that will take you to a website that looks authentic but is really just there to capture your credit card or other personal information or perhaps to distribute malware.

7 Ways to Spot a Phishing Scam

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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Delivery Status Notification



USPS.COM

NotificationYour parcel has arrived at June 16th, 2014. Courier was unable to deliver the parcel to you.

Print your label and show it in the nearest post office to get a parcel.

Copyright 2014 USPS. All Rights Reserved.

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Friday, April 11, 2014

We have a $5000 Visa Card waiting for you


How To Get a Credit Card With Bad Credit

It's truly a Catch 22: you need a credit card to rebuild your credit, but how do you get a credit card with bad credit? Millions of people across the country have found themselves in this dilemma after the recession, so you are definitely not alone.

Moving Forward
Once you get one of these cards, you'll want to keep your balances low, and pay your bills on time every single month. Two of the most important factors in your credit scores are your payment history and your "utilization ratio" - which compares your balance to your available credit. Make sure these two factors are as strong as possible and you should, over time, see a significant positive impact on your scores.

The good news is that there are lenders out there who want your business. While issuers may not be marketing as aggressively to consumers with poor credit as they did a few years, ago, some are offering programs to these people. In fact, some studies have found that more than a million borrowers with severely damaged credit ratings are now opening credit card accounts every month! 

Click here to see which one of these banks has a $7500 Visa Card waiting for you!        


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Anyone that would SPAM you could just as well steal your identity. They will surely at least sell your Email to other Spammers