Scam Emails Archive : Advance Fee Fraud/419

Subject: Your Account Expire in 2(Days). Reply to:

From: "Julie Clark" <>

This email with the subject "Your Account Expire in 2(Days). Reply to:" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 19 Jul 2009 01:42:22 -0700 and has been classified as a Advance Fee Fraud/419 Scam.

The sender was "Julie Clark" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Dear Webmail User,

This message was sent automatically by a program on Webmail admin center
which periodically checks the size of inbox, where new messages are
received. The program is run weekly to ensure no one's inbox grows too
large. If your inbox becomes too large, you will be unable to receive new

Just before this message was sent, you had 18 Megabytes (MB) or more of
messages stored in your inbox. To help us re-set your SPACE on our
database prior to maintain your INBOX, you must reply to this e-mail and
enter your Current User name ( ... ... ... ... ) and Password ( ... ...
... ... ) e-mail ( ... ... ... ... ).

You will continue to receive this warning message periodically if your
inbox size continues to be between 18 and 50 MB. If your inbox size grows
to 50 MB, then a program on Webmail admin center will move your oldest
email to a folder in your home directory to ensure that you will continue
to be able to receive incoming email. You will be notified by email that
this has taken place. If your inbox grows to 50 MB, you will be unable to
receive new email as it will be returned to the sender.

After you read this message, it is best to REPLY with the required
information to upgrade MailBox.

Note: Your Account Expire in 2(Days). Reply to: 
  this message immediately Reactivate your Account.

Thank you for your cooperation.
Webmail Help Desk.

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communications to or from School District Personnel are public records available to the public and 
media upon request. E-mail sent or received on the School District system will be considered public 
and will only be withheld from disclosure if deemed exempt from disclosure or confidential pursuant 
to applicable state and federal law.