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Rabo Bank / Lottery Winnings

1 Thames Court,/ Queenhite Street, United Kingdom Review updated:

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This is the return http address I hope it helps someone to find these scammers. They ultimately wanted $700.00 from us to transfer funds from one account to another and we would get our grand prize. I saved all e-mails between them and me. They are real ###. They just can't spell and don't know who they are dealing with. Be careful.

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  • Mo
      24th of Sep, 2008

    i just want to be sure coz they are mailing me right now and wanted 104 pounds to send me the cheque and they sent me a lot of certificates which i cant determine whether is it true or not and i think they are not doing all this just to transfer 104 pounds coz its nothing so reply me if you are sure that they are scam

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