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    1. #1
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      Mar 2011
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      Newest liberty reserve scam

      Short-term investments from Liberty Reserve

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      Always address you by your first name.
      Never send you any links or attached files.
      Never ask you to send us your password and/or login PIN.

      Dear Chime,

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      Short-term investment fund
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      Fund assets are concentrically distributed among most-promising forex positions
      Liberty Reserve offers You a fixed return with a 50% growth for a 10 day investment
      Each deposit is 100% insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

      How to participate?
      Start investing today from $100 and we'll turn it to $150
      Maximum investment amount per one person or legal entity is $15,000
      That's an astonishing opportunity to earn up to $7,500 per 10 days!

      Make a successful deposit to our general account:

      Liberty Reserve account U3851964 -

      Deposits are accepted from 1st till 20th of June, 2012 (GMT+1:00)
      Please put Your e-mail and surname in the "Memo" field
      Withdrawals are processed on 21st of June, 2012
      Neither deposit nor withdrawal fees are applied

      Join our '+500' CLUB
      Each investor who starts his initial investing position from $500
      Receives a debit card from Liberty Reserve for instant withdrawals from ATM
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    3. #2
      Join Date
      Mar 2011
      Thanked 8 Times in 7 Posts

      Re: Newest liberty reserve scam

      That was a very smart one, they even got your name. I fear a lots of gullible online income seekers are likely to fall for it. But the smarter thing to do is to ignore them and send the email to your trash can. I thing you should add more security measures to your account as well as your system because they seem quite close to your account.

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