Tuesday, May 06, 2008


Following is text of - HELP TO REBUILD NEW ORLEANS email scam. This appears to be sent from - caroline dickson [carolinedks@gmail.com] to email as - gabmenen@yahoo.com . May 3, 2008.

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Dear Companion,
My name is Madam Caroline Dickson; I am the Public Relation Officer of the Hurricane Rebuilding Program Committee. Now, as the months drag on, New Orleans, Louisiana has been removed from the headlines. But homelessness, strained living conditions, separation from friends and broken lives still bring day-by-day tears, heartache and humiliation unimaginable to the non-Gulf Coast dweller.
The effort to rebuild New Orleans, Louisiana involves everyone. We welcome your thoughts and ideas as the planning and design process of recovery and rebuilding begins. The Hurricane Rebuilding is likely to take up to five years, according to report from the American Institute of Architects.It is therefore our assignment to invite skillful organizations, students, youth, unemployed men and women to take part in the Rebuilding of Hurricane Affected Cities Program. As the Public Relation Officer of the Hurricane Rebuilding Committee, I wish to bring to your knowledge that we had been able to secure support from our partners, donors, and the State Government of the United States.
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support will be render to international volunteers that require entry visas to the United States.
If you are willing and ready to render a helping hand in the Rebuilding of Hurricane Affected Cities Program, please contact Sandra Kelly at usrhaprc@yahoo.com or fax: 1-484-492-4581. Tell her you are been called upon by Madam Caroline Dickson to be part of the hurricane-rebuilding program.
Looking forward to your participation.
Yours faithfully,
Madam Caroline Dickson
For Hurricane Rebuilding Committee

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