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Good News From the Secretary of State

 

It's not too often that I receive emails directly from Mrs. Clinton, in fact I can't say that I ever have, but today I did! Well sort of. Apparently the US Secretary of State had some spare time while talking politics in Myanmar to drop me a line.

The attached document is a text document compressed in a Zip file. This is a tactic that has been used a lot lately by the 419ers in attempts to bypass conventional text based filtering by placing to their usual 419 message inside of another file. This is the same old ploy where for some reason recipients have become the beneficiary of a large sum of money from Nigeria. It's just not everyday that the Secretary of State is used as the supposed sender. Nice of her though. Here is a little bit of the enclosed document for your perusal --

READ CAREFULLY AND COMPLY IN A MOMENT.
Office Of The U.S. Secretary Of State
Committee On Foreign Payment
Resolution Panel On Payment
Washington Dc
Attention: Beneficiary
I wish to use this medium and my office to inform you that your CONTRACT/INHERITANCE Payment of USD10,500,000.00 only from CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA has been RELEASED and APPROVED for onward transfer to you via ATM CARD which you will use in withdrawing your funds in any ATM SERVICE MACHINE in any part of the world, but the maximum you can withdraw in a day is USD$10,000 Only.
The United States government has mandated the CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA, to send you the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER. Therefore You are advised to contact the Head of ATM CARD Department of the CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA for further instructions on how to dispatch your ATM CARD to you...
...NOTE: Tell DR. J.O. MAROKO" that you received a message from OFFICE OF THE U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE to send you the ATM CARD and PIN NUMBER you will use in withdrawing your funds...

...Best Regards,
Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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