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    Nov 14, 2012, 03:15 PM
    Possible fraudulent mail
    Hi,
    I have all the trouble trying to find out if mail received from La Caixa Bank in Madrid is fraudulent or not, so here is my question, Is there a Mr. Alfred James Gomez at the International Remittance Department of La Caixa Bank, Calle de Manuel Munoz, 9, 28026 Madrid? thank you for any help, Charles Rohrbach.
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    Nov 14, 2012, 04:57 PM
    If you have to ask us here it likely is fraudulent... why don't you call them directly?

    Its most likely spam and didn't come from them...

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