If you ever get an email suggesting you can make money by helping some move money out of their country or the like no matter how many official looking andtotallyfake documents they produce, delete the email immediately.
When it comes to offers of money especially those by email if it lookes to good too be true it almost certainly is too good to be true.
I am having a phase of getting emails from Lloyds TSB telling me I am locked out of my account and please click on the link to reset my password. Guess what............. I don't have an account with Lloyds TSB!
I'm so cynical about that sort of email that someone who had managed to hack my debit card account and change the password almost got away with it. I got an email confirming that I'd changed my password saying that if I hadn't I should call this number and since I didn't trust it I called my bank on their customer care number and asked them if it was legit and they told me it wasn't, luckily I'm paranoid enough to have read the email back to them in full to make sure it was fake and then they decided it might not be and put me through to the relevant people.