Dear respected member of Washington Mutual Bank,
Our department recorded a payment request from Expedia – Online Travel Agency ( EXPEDIA.COM ) to enable the charge of $ 619,49 on your account.
This amount is supposed to cover the cost of a 5 days reservation ( 10-14 November / 2004 )
at a Five Stars Hotel located in New Delhi / INDIA, under the name of GARY EDWARDS.
• If you made this reservation or if you just authorize this payment, please ignore or remove this email message. The transaction will be shown on your monthly statement as “Rama Bangalore-Hotel”.
• If you didn’t make this payment / reservation and would like to decline the $ 619,49 billing to your card,
please follow the link below to deny the payment:
**DECLINE** – javascript:OpenWin(‘ linkrd?_lang=EN&lah=3202f45452441697f302e11034621277&lat= 1099923098&hm___action=http%253a%252f%252f66%252e206%252e6%252e228%252fReval%252dAn’);
(Click “DECLINE” button to stop this payment.)
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciate your assistance in helping us maintain the integrity of the entire Washington Mutual, Inc. system.
Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
Please do not reply to this mail. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered

The Washington Mutual site immediately warns us of an ongoing scam. The javascript button links to revaltrading.com, which seems to be a legitimate business operation.

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***update*** The day after I bitch about the free space, Hotmail increases it to 250MB. What gives?!