—make a accounties transfer

Hmmm.... I received this one completely out of the blue!

It's quite interesting since the guy asks me to send him money... no reasons at all!

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please make a accounties transfer to
Michael richter poland , pomorskie voivodship gda[one or more characters did not make it here]Dsk
Żylewicza 3/30 street 80-288
 no.account : 86 10 30 00 19 01 09 85 18 04 24 13 57
  citigroupbank  citi handlowy

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Re:—make a accounties transfer

Same here... sent us handwritten letters on polish from this very address (which we had translated) and told us something about him being my brother and that I was kidnapped when I was 15. He went on saying that our father was replaced by a Doppelganger and that this can be proven by the different handwritings. He then sent another letter in which he wanted us to transfer 1000 Euro on his bank account (since his handwriting was very sloppy, we could not decrypt the reason for this). He also sent a number of mail from the mail address Very strange business!

Re:—make a accounties transfer

Ha! Ha! A Doppelgänger! That's the best I've heard so far in all those scams. smiley