Bradon Curtis an American Special Forces Commando wants to share some Taliban drug money

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Fox News Channel – May 23, 2002

Net Scam Purports to Be From U.S. Soldier

Another e-mail scam where people ask for money. Are we that dumb? This time the sender is supposedly “Bradon Curtis”, an American “Special Forces Commando” who wants to share some Taliban drug money with you but needs a bit of cash for the shipping. How nice for Memorial Day weekend. Here’s part of the text:

“We will thus send you the shipment waybill, so that you can help claim this luggage on behalf of me and my colleagues. Needless to say the trust (placed) in you at this junction is enormous. We are willing to offer you an agreeable percentage of (these) funds.”



Author: Dave Nielsen

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