Mr. Javier Sanchez says hi

Oy, the spammers think desperation and greed will make me accept their offers.  No, not this potential victim.  I just read the messages, giggle, and share with a warning.

From: Mr. Javier Sanchez (jrajo@trabajo.gob.pe)

Subject:  Hi

Hello,

My name is Javier Sanchez, I am the branch manager of Banco pichincha Quito Ecuador.
I have packaged a financial transaction that will benefit both of us, which
involves three million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar $3,750.000.00.
Mean While you will have 35% of the total fund after the transaction.
If you accept this offer to work with me i will give you details on how we can
achieve it successfully. Please contact me with this email address:
javiersanch1@blumail.org
Best Regards

Mr.Javier Sanchez
It’s easy to see this one as a scam, but according to the local and national news, people still fall for scams.  No one will randomly email you and offer to split millions of stolen dollars with you.  The IRS will not call you and demand payment.  People selling cars on Ebay or Craigslist will not ask for prepaid Visas as payment.  When in doubt, Google the situation, job offer, email address, or phone number of the person contacting you.  Remember, if it seems to good to be true, it probably is.
Be smart and stay safe.
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