OK, this one’s novel. It claims to be a notification from a red-light camera. Even though I’ve never been in (or heard of) this city, it’s tempting to make sure I’m not the victim of a bureaucratic mistake. But I was able to resist because of the lameness of the message. The From address doesn’t even try to look real, the message was written poorly, and there are no graphics, contact info, or links to a web site. I do like the use of “automatical” — that should be a real word. “Yours or no” is good, as well. I found reports of other traffic ticket scams with malware attachments, but none that matched the characteristics of this one.
Sender: Brendan Braun (FaithFigueiras@qualitytrading.com)
Subject: Traffic ticket N88790
This notification is from the Horseshoe Bend department, your car has been pictured while crossing on the red light. We’re testing the automatical identification system and the system of issuing fines, so please have a look at the picture in attachment and confirm whether this car is yours or no.