Bad phishing attempt
You know, if you're trying to commit fraud and if you're going to do it over the internet and if English isn't your primary language maybe- hear me out, okay- maybe you should get a buddy who is a native speaker and has a passing familiarity with the culture to proofread your spam. I know, that's crazy talk. See below:
From: support <email@example.com>nTo: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: You are suspected of plunder 2100 $ from account Webmoney!nDate: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 18:58:55 +0300nnYou are suspected of plunder 2100 $ from naccount Webmoney! It is necessary for you nto contact employee FBI USA who has naffairs with representation Webmoney in USA.nWe have the decision of a problem and nfurther the decision of a problem in regional ncourt. The complaint has acted from ID n828245830532. The full information on nhttp://www.fbi-policy.com/webmoney.htm.
Impressive. no? Tucows has already pulled the registration info and the webhost has pulled the page so no one will get to enjoy the rest of this rather convincing professionally-executed scam.