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Subject: [Bulk] U P D A T E
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Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2014 10:47:37 -0101
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Dear Y a h o o,
It has come to our attention that your email has exceeded limits and require to be validate within 12hours.
V E R I F Y NOW
Yahoo, sending itself a notification via an AOL account about some obscure mailbox limits being exceeded, but if you 'validate' your account within 12 hours you may continue exceeding whatever you are exceeding. Does this make any sense at all.
Think for yourself, be wise, be logical and don't fall for an lame phishing scam like this. This is even an insult to the lowest form of intelligence.
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