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United Nation – (no subject)

Yet another United Nations scam.  Let’s take a look at the inconsistencies in this one.  ~BD

From: United Nation <yengwagl@sabc.co.za>  (Clearly not a UN email address)
Reply to:   info.unpromo5@kimo.com  

Your data has been selected by United Nation(UN) for a cash grant award of ($1,000.000.00 United State Dollars)in this year award.Your Email address was selected during U.N random email balloting system for a cash grant award,and we are here to inform you that if you receive this notification it means that you are one of the lucky beneficiary of U.N cash grant award. Here are the Details required for delivery of your winning.
Name:—-
Address:—-
Age:—-
Sex:—-
Telephone:—-
Occupation:—-
Country:—-
Email:——
Mr.James Young
Claims Agent,
Tel:+60164300190
Email :info.unpromo5@kimo.com
Mrs.Pamela Robinson
United Nation Secretary General

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United Nation – Congratulation!!/ reply to westernunion529@kimo.com (Nigerian Scam)

Another classic one here.  Poor grammar and spelling, promises of millions from Microsoft and Western Union, and the United Nations.  Please.  I really wish these idiots would come up with some new material.  Let’s look at some red flags here.  ~BD

1.  Email address claims to be from the United Nations, but is from a .edu URL.
2.  In the body of the email, Western Union is not capitalized.
3.  The word “authorization” is spelled incorrectly.
4.  The address in the subject line to “reply to” doesn’t match the one in the body of the email.

From: United Nation <cgq@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn>
Reply to:

$1.9 Million USD was paid out to us here at western union Malaysia, by the United Nation in conjunction with Microsoft attached to Authorisation code(32b1M/58UN6),
Contact Mrs Alizah Mohd on wumt.access@aol.com

you are to receive $10,000 USD for a period of 190 days

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Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). – Federal Bureau Of Investigation. (Nigerian Scam)

Yet another classic.  It mentions the United Nations, Nigeria, and money.  SCAM.  ~BD

From:  Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). <infoo@fbi.org>
Reply to:   mr.teddypatrick@y7mail.com  (Addresses don’t match, and I’m pretty sure the FBI doesn’t use y7mail.com for email.)

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Anti-Terrorist And Monitory Crime Division.
Federal Bureau Of Investigation.  (Love the periods all over the address.  These guys are SO smart.)
J.Edgar.Hoover Building Washington Dc
Customers Service Hours / Monday To Saturday
Office Hours Monday to Saturday:

Dear Beneficiary,

Series of meetings have been held over the past 2 months with the secretary general of the United Nations Organization. This ended 3 days ago. It is obvious that you have not received your fund which is the sum of $750.000.00 United States Dollars due to past corrupt Governmental Officials who almost held the fund to themselves for their selfish reason and some individuals who have taken advantage of your fund all in an attempt to swindle your fund which has led to so many losses from your end and unnecessary delay in the receipt of your fund.  (Ever hear of punctuation, you idiot?)

The National Central Bureau of Interpol enhanced by the United Nations and Federal Bureau of Investigation have successfully passed a mandate to the current president of Nigeria his Excellency President Good luck Jonathan to boost the exercise of clearing all foreign debts owed to you and other individuals and organizations who have been found not to have receive their Contract Sum, Lottery/Gambling, Inheritance and the likes.

Now how would you like to receive your payment? Because we have two method of payment which is by Check or by ATM card?

1. ATM Card: We will be issuing you a custom pin based ATM card which you will use to withdraw up to $3,000 per day from any ATM machine that has the Master Card Logo on it and the card have to be renewed in 4 years time which is 2017. Also with the ATM card you will be able to transfer your funds to your local bank account. The ATM card comes with a handbook or manual to enlighten you about how to use it. Even if you do not have a bank account.

2.  Check: To be deposited in your bank for it to be cleared within three working days. Your payment would be sent to you via any of your preferred option and would be mailed to you via UPS. Because we have signed a contract with UPS which should expire in next three weeks you will only need to pay $135 USD instead of $420 note that anyone asking you for some kind of money above the usual fee is definitely a fraudsters and you will have to stop communication with every other person if you have been in contact with any (Just read this sentence again…of course you don’t want me sending money to another scammer.  You want it for yourself.  Moron.). Also remember that all you will ever have to spend is $135.USD nothing more! Nothing less! And we guarantee the receipt of your fund to be successfully delivered to you within the next 24hrs after the receipt of payment has been confirmed.

Note: Everything has been taken care of by the Federal Government of Nigeria, The United Nation and also the FBI and including taxes, custom paper and clearance duty so all you will ever need to pay is $135 USD.

DO NOT SEND MONEY TO ANYONE UNTIL YOU READ THIS: The actual fees for shipping your ATM card is $135 USD instead of $420 because We (Ooooh…WE must be important, if WE are capitalizing the word we.) had to sign contract with them for bulk shipping which makes the fees reduce from the actual fee of $420 to $135 USD nothing more.

To effect the release of your fund valued at $750.000.00 United States Dollars you are advised to contact our correspondent in Africa the delivery officer Mr. Teddy Patrick with the information below,

Email: mr.teddypatrick@y7mail.com

You are advised to contact him with the informations as stated below:

1) Your full Name:
2) Home/Cell Phone:
3) Full Home address
4) Age:  (This is relevant how for a package delivery?)
5) Sex:  (This too…do you wrap the package in pink if I’m a girl, and blue if I’m a guy?)

Upon receipt of payment the delivery officer will ensure that your package is sent within 24 working hours. Because we are so sure of everything we are giving you a 100% money back guarantee if you do not receive your payment/package within the next 24hrs after you have made the $135 USD payment for shipping.

Yours sincerely,
John Fox
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535

Note: Do disregard any email you get from any impostors or offices claiming to be in possession of your ATM CARD, you are hereby advice only to be in contact with Mr. Teddy Patrick of the ATM CARD CENTRE who is the rightful person to deal with in regards to your ATM CARD PAYMENT and forward any emails you get from impostors to this office so we could act upon and commence investigation.

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Debra McMasters – Your Package (Respond directly to fedex_post_delivery02@careceo.com) (Nigerian Scam)

Yet another.  Would someone at a school really be sending out an email from FedEx?  Pay close attention to the email addresses, if nothing else.  They are a dead give-away that this one’s a scam.  ~BD

From: Debra McMasters <dmcmasters@khsd.k12.ca.us>
Reply to:  Debra McMasters <dmcmasters@khsd.k12.ca.us>

You have a package that contains a bank draft of $1,000,000.00 from the UN Poverty Eradication Program. Contact Mr.James Oswedu Fedex Dispatch Director for claims  via: fedex_post_delivery02@careceo.com (Does this look like a legit FedEx email address?  I think not.) Tel:+234 808-422 2583
You are to provide Him (Why is the H capitalized?  Seriously?) your information Below for claims.
1 Full Names:
2 Full Address:
3 Nationality:
4 Age:  (This is relevant why?)
5 Gender:  (Again, I ask…this is relevant because….?)
6 Occupation:
7 Cell Phone:
8 Present Country:
9 Alternate Email Address:
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Mr.Ban Ki-Moon – We welcome you to DIAMOND Bank Plc. (Nigerian Scam)

Classic.  Like the Secretary General of the UN is going to email me about millions of dollars.  Not gonna happen, people.  Ever.  ~BD

From: Mr.Ban Ki-Moon <jason@e12mailgw07.open.telekom.rs>  (Seriously…does this email look legit?)
Reply to:   diamondbank12@yahoo.com  (A bank using yahoo for email?  I think not.)

Fax:+23-4706-3457-296
EMAIL:diamondbank12@yahoo.com
http://www.diamondbank.com/
We welcome you to DIAMOND Bank Plc.

How are you today? Hope all is well with you and family? You may not understand why this email came to you. We have been having a meeting for the passed 7
months which ended 2 days ago with the then secretary to the UNITED NATIONS.
This email is to all the people that have been scammed in any part of the world, the UNITED NATIONS have agreed to compensate them with the sum of USD $4,850,000
 
(Four Million Eight hundred and fifty thousand United State Dollars Only), This also includes every foreign contractors that may have not received their contract sum, and people that
have had an unfinished transaction or international businesses that failed due to Government problems etc.
 
We found your name in our list and that is why we are contacting you, this has been agreed upon and have been signed.
You are advised to contact Mr.Benjamin Michael of DIAMOND BANK NIGERIA PLC, as he is our representative in Nigeria, contact him immediately for your
payment of USD $4,850,000
 
(Four Million Eight hundred and fifty thousand United State Dollars Only)which way you need the fund to be delivered. So he will send it to you and you
can clear it in any bank of your choice.
You are advice to get in contact with Mr.Benjamin Michael and provide him with below information.
 
Full Name:
Address:
Telephone Number:
 
Person to Contact Mr.Benjamin Michael
Email:diamondbank12@yahoo.com
Tel: +234- 80305-415-74
Thanks and God bless you and your family.
 
Hoping to hear from you as soon as you cash your Fund.
 
Making the world a better place.
Regards,
Mr. Ban Ki-Moon
UN Secretary General
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Mr. Michael Dennison United – Mr. Michael Dennison United Nations Fund Delivery. (Nigerian Scam)

Yet another.  Don’t these idiots have anything better to do?  Sad thing is, people still fall for these things.  Desperate times can make us forget common sense altogether.  But…if it sounds too good to be true, or if it’s from Nigeria…it’s a scam!  ~BD

From: Mr. Michael Dennison United <freshtools123@yahoo.com>
Reply to:   michaeldennison18@hotmail.com  (A UN official uses yahoo and hotmail addresses for official business?  Nope.)

From: Mr. Michael Dennison.
The United Nations Diplomatic Delivery
Agent United States of America.  (Love the improper use of periods here.)
Tel: 404 647 1021.
 
Attention: Our Esteemed Fund Beneficiary:
 
I am Mr. Michael Dennison, The United Nations Diplomatic Delivery Agent United States of America. Good News for Your Contract Inheritance Lotto Winning Fund from United Nations Organization (UNO). This is to notify you that after our meeting today with the United Nations Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, we came to a conclusion that we have to pay you the sum of US$10 Million for your Contract Inheritance Lotto Winning Fund here in United States of America.
 
Note your Contract Inheritance Lotto Winning Fund has been on hold for many years now, despite all our efforts that failed some how due to the activities of some bank officials handling your transaction. Please Kindly bear with us and accept your fund worth of US$10 Million which has been approved to your name. This fund will come to you through consignment box delivery process.
Moreover, we have an agreement with the United Nations Organization (UNO), that your consignment box delivery process will be completed within the next 24hours from the hour you response back to this message. Be informed that we are working in collaborations with the United Nations Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, who authorize the immediate delivery of your long awaited fund without any further delay.
 
Meanwhile I will get everything concluded within the next 24 hours upon your acceptance and proceed to your house address for delivery. Note I guarantee you that this will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will protect you and I from any breach of the law. You are advised to include the followings below details.
 
(1). Full Name:
(2). Contact Address:
(3). Telephone Number:
(4). Occupation:
(5). Age:
(6). Sex:
(7). Marital Status:
(8). Working Identity Card/Int’l Passport: (My passport?  Nope.  Not gonna.)
(9). Nearest Airport Close To Your City:
 
Yours Faithfully,
Mr. Michael Dennison.
Tel: 404 647 1021.
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ludhiana.ludhiana – RE: Please contact back with this email address:{customerfirst02@fengv.com} (Nigerian Scam)

Yet another Nigerian scam.  Inconsistency, poor grammar, and any reference to Nigeria or the United Nations whatsoever are sure-fire indications that an email is a scam.  There are no mystical benefactors who want to send you millions.  You didn’t win a lottery.  Use a bit of common sense, and be careful who you trust when it comes to finances.  ~BD

From: ludhiana.ludhiana@hpgas.hpcl.co.in
Reply to: ludhiana.ludhiana@hpgas.hpcl.co.in (Surprisingly, these actually match.)

From: Ms. Carman L. Lapointe.
UNITED NATIONS® OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES
Internal Audit,Monitoring,Consulting And Investigations Division

Attention:
My name is Ms. Carman L. Lapointe, from the United Nations. It is a
distinct honour to write you again. As you are well aware many foreigners
has invested thousands of United States Dollars into Nigeria transactions
in Hopeless Dreams to have none of them become a reality.
Right now, as directed by our secretary general Mr.Ban Ki-Moon, We have
agreed with the Nigeria Government that US$100,000.00 (One Hundred
Thousand United States Dollars Only) would be transfer to you Via special
arrangement as first installment.
This is to enable you have enough funds to pay for the Tax Clearance and
bank charges before you will receive the balance of US$10.4M (Ten Million
Four Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only). Please take note that
you will pay US$185 only(And there’s the pitch…and the “only” cost to me.  Yeah, right.),
being Notarization fee and this is the only
financial obligation that you will undertake to receive the US$100,000.00
(One Hundred Thousand United States Dollars Only).

Lastly,i will like you to reconfirm your information to me such as your
full name, address and telephone number to process your funds to you
within the next 24 hrs and the transaction information will be released to
you.

I await your response for further proceedings.

Sincerely yours,
Ms. Carman L. Lapointe
E-mail: customerfirst02@fengv.com  (Seriously…the United Nations uses email addresses @fengv.com???  No, they don’t.)
{Under-Secretary-General}

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Prof. Manuela Rousseau – Re: UN (United Nations Scam)

I hate to break it to you folks, but there’s no magical compensation coming from the United Nations.  This is clearly a scam.  Way too many inconsistencies for this to be even remotely believable.  ~BD

From: Prof. Manuela Rousseau (c/o) Mr.Ban-Ki Moon) – adim15129@walla.com
Reply to:  issbbcc@yahoo.co.uk

UNITED NATION COMPENSATION UNIT, (Here’s a clue…anyone working at the United Nations would probably not call it “United Nation.”  The random use of ALL CAPS is a clue, too.)
IN AFFILIATION WITH WORLD  BANK
Permanent T Mission of ENGLAND to the United Nations
351 East 52nd Street, United Kingdom.
 DEAR SIR/MADAM.
On behalf of THE UNITED NATIONS, I, Ban Ki-Moon wishes to pass this message across to you. The UNITED NATIONS in Affiliation with WORLD BANK have agreed to compensate all scammed victims from any part of the world with the average sum of Three Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars(US$3.5 M). for self support depending on the amount lost in the act.
This is regarding the draws organized lately to help individuals whom have lost their earnings in this act. And to build organizations so as to help the less privileged in the society this compensation exercise is also extended to victims of Hurricane, earthquake, War displaced and Aged. Anyone who is a victim of the above mentioned is liable to benefit from this compensation exercise.
You are further advised to provide the following details and send it to the email writen below:  (Writen?  Don’t you mean written?)
(1) FULL NAME:—————-
(2) HOME ADDRESS————–
(3) MOBILE NUMBER————–
(4) OCCUPATION——————
(5) CELL PHONE NUMBER——-
(6) OFFICE ADDRESS————–
(7) COUNTRY ————————
(8) NATIONALITY——————-
(9) EMAIL————————
(10)DATE OF BIRTH ————-
 Scanned copy of your international passport/driving license (Sure…I’ll send some random person my license and passport…NOT) or any form of identification for our perusal, records update and references. You have to contact us though our ID. giving below. to facilitate and possible release of your cash as soon as you contact us.
Rev. Dr. Dfdze Ayala Gonzalez (The Clearance  Officer)
Email:(issbbcc@yahoo.co.uk)
Tell:+447042060206
We apologize on behalf of the organization for any delay you might have encountered in receiving your fund in the past. Hope to hear from you, as soon as you get in contact with MORRIS MORGAN and successfully receive your compensation fund. Making the world a better place! Signed and endorsed.
Special greetings from the entire Staffs of United Nations Trust Funds Worldwide.  (From the entire staffs?  Wow.)
Regards,
Prof. Manuela Rousseau
For and Un-behalf of  (Giggle…un-behalf of?  What the hell does that mean?)
Mr. Ban Ki-Moon
UN Secretary-General
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Njideka Colinus – Irrevocable Payment Order via ATM Card (08-2-2013) (United Nations Scam)

Another example of a classic Nigerian or 419 scam.  Magical funds on an ATM card.  Here are the red flags:

#1:  From and reply to addresses don’t match.
#2:  Reference to the United Nations, Central Bank of Nigeria, and corrupt bank officials.  The random use of ALL CAPS here and there is a good indicator, too.
#3:  Requesting my age for a package delivery; pretty sure that’s irrelevant information.  ~BD

From:  Njideka Colinus – test@g121.cn
Reply to:  njidecolinus@yahoo.co.jp

Attention: Honorable Beneficiary,

IRREVOCABLE PAYMENT ORDER VIA ATM CARD

We have actually been authorized by the newly appointed united nation secretary general, and the governing body of the UNITED NATIONS monetary unit, to investigate the unnecessary delay on your payment, recommended and approved in your favor. During the course of our investigation, we discovered with dismay that your payment has been unnecessarily Delayed (why is Delayed capitalized?) by corrupt officials of the Bank who are Trying (why is Trying capitalized?) to divert your funds into their private accounts.

To forestall this, security for your funds was organized in the form of your personal Identification number (PIN) ATM CARD and this will enable only you to have direct Control (why is Control capitalized?) over your funds in the ATM CARD. We will monitor this payment ourselves to avoid the hopeless situation created by the Officials (why is Officials capitalized?  Grammar, people.) of the bank.

An irrevocable payment guarantee has been issued by the Presidency, Federal Republic of Nigeria (Nigeria, huh?  As in, Nigerian scam?) on your Payment. However, we are happy to inform you that based on our recommendation/instructions, your complete contract funds has bee credited in your favor through ATM CARD. You are therefore advice (advice, huh?  Not advised, but advice?) to contact:

REV. DR. Mike Anthony
Director ATM Payment Department, Central Bank of Nigeria.
EMAIL ADDRESS: mikeanthony@superposta.com
Direct Office lines: +234- 97 -80-9000 ,234 81 8698 1011

Contact him now for the delivery of your ATM card. As soon as you establish a contact with him, an ATM card will be issued to you immediately that you can use to withdraw your funds in any ATM machine in any part of the world, but the maximum is Twenty Five Thousand dollars per day. So if you like to receive your funds through this means you’re advised to contact the ATM card payment center with the following information as stated below:

1. PHONES AND FAX NUMBER,
2. ADDRESS WERE YOU WANT THEM TO SEND YOUR ATM CARD
TO (P.O BOX NOT ACCEPTABLE)
3. YOUR AGE AND CURRENT OCCUPATION (This is relevant why?)
4. YOUR FULL NAME.

NOTE: YOU ARE ADVICED (adviced again.  Not advised, adviced.  Wow.) TO FURNISH REV. DR. Mike Anthony WITH YOUR CORRECT AND VALID DETAILS. ALSO BE INFORMED THAT THE AMOUNT TO BE PAID NOW IS ONE  MILLION THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS.

We expect your urgent response to this email to enable us monitor this payment effectively thereby making contact with REV. DR. JUDE BENSON as directed to avoid further delay.  (Wait…I thought I was supposed to contact Rev. Dr. Mike Anthony…or is it Rev. Dr. Jude Benson?  I’m so confused.  *giggle*)

CONGRATULATIONS.
MRS. NJIDEKA CORLINUS

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Mrs. Susan E. Rice – Final Notice (United Nations Scam)

Nigerian scam…Red flags include:

#1:  From and reply to emails don’t match.
#2:  Huge sum of money from a mysterious source.
#3:  Threat of urgency…I’ll lose it if I don’t respond in time.
#4:  Request for a passport…clearly an attempt at identity theft here.  ~BD

From:  MRS. SUSAN E. RICE – mrssusanrice@hotmail.com
Reply to:  mrs_susan.elisabirth@mail.com (Elisabirth?  Seriously?  You can’t spell Elizabeth correctly?  Wow.)

Attention,

After series of messages without any response we have decided to stop further communication with you in regards to the payment of your £600,000.00 ( Six Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling only) in your favor.

This stop order commences immediately on the 25th of March, 2013 and as stated you will lose the above said amount.

Please note that this amount is a payment for your overdue insurance with the United Nations.  (Like mentions of a Nigerian Bank, mentions of the United Nations usually indicate a scam.)

We are contacting you based on the information which was found in our database. We also received a message from a Mr. Stanley McCrear stating that you gave him the authority to receive this insurance overdue on your behalf. He informed us that you have passed on. If you do get this message please confirm as true.

Contact Mr. Mulligan Philip, my underhand secretary (I don’t think I’d want an underhand secretary…) on email. mrssusanrice@hotmail.com

Please Forward the following to Mr. Mulligan Philip:

1. Name and recent address
2. phone and fax number
3. Age (And you need this why?)
4. Any form of ID ( passport copy preferable ) (Sure…I’ll send some random person a copy of my passport…NOT.)
Please state the mode you wish to receive this fun (Receive this fun?  Oooh…I like fun.)

1. Check

2. Bank transfer
Yours Sincerely,
Susan Elizabeth Rice

United States Ambassador to the United Nations.
Id: 144382177
United States Mission to the United Nations
799 United Nations Plaza
New York, N.Y. 10017

Please note that Identity theft is a crime punishable by law, so if you are not the intended recipient please do contact us and state that you are not the name as stated as we will file charges against anyone found wanting in this regard (Really?  A scammer pointing out that identity theft is a crime.  You have GOT to be kidding me.)

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