turbocharged - 4:08 am on Sep 15, 2013 (gmt 0)
With so many "false-positives" lately, one has to question if Google is using its marketshare to scare webmasters into not linking to one another. A greater dependence on search would be the result, and it's possible that this is what Google is going after. The seed was planted well over a year ago, and these unnatural link warnings, even if they are wrong, is the water that allows this fear to grow.
Do not disavow the links. If people start disavowing legitimate links, we as webmasters will sink further into the cesspool that Google created. Submit a reconsideration request and explain your case. Whether the links give you traffic or not is inconsequential. The point is if they are natural or not. Please report back with your results.
A word of caution though. Do not post your URL in Google's webmaster help forum to seek a quick resolution. I've read some blackhatter forums where they are link bombing the people who post in Google's help forum.