This email with the subject "FUND DEPOSIT/CLAIMS REF.#: 019067AM-DMO)" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sat, 18 Sep 2010 10:03:25 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.
The sender was "UK Debt Management Office"<email@example.com>, although it may have been spoofed.
RE: FUND DEPOSIT/CLAIMS REF.#: 019067AM-DMO) Dear Sir, Following the directives received from the UK Debt Management Office (DMO) as a result of petitions and counter petitions by affected individuals over the non release of their overdue payment claims, UK Debt Management Office (DMO) liaison office has been re-opened following its official normination and powers vested on her to re-verify and reconcile the backlog payment details of affected beneficiaries and to make its recommendation for immediate payments or payment cancellation in the case of gross irregularities which are beyond reconciliation. Your information is among the short listed beneficiaries released to us for verification and immediate payment. However, be informed that during our verification exercise, we discovered different bank accounts for this particular payment submitted by some unknown person(s) who claims to be your representative. You are hereby required to verify and confirm the following information immediately. 1. Did you broker your debt to one Mr. Kai Quang Lee of Canada, whose application we have already to claim and receive the payment on your behalf? 2. Did you sign any "Deed of Assignment" in his favor , thereby making him the current fund beneficiary with the following account details: Bank Name: National Bank of Canada Address: 5355, C?te-des-Neiges Montreal, Quebec H3T 1Y4 Canada. Tel.: 514-340-9550 Fax: 514-340-1902 Account Name:Khai Quang Lee Account Type:Checking Account Transit No.:11331 Institution No.: 006 Account No.:2620696 SWIFT Code: BNDCCAMMINT IBAN Code:CA-006-11331-2620696. You are required as matter of urgency to confirm the legitimacy of the above claim and kindly give us the reason why you decided to effect the above change of account. If you are not aware of this claim, please confirm to us immediately.Be rest assured that immediately this payment irregularities are reconciled your fund remittance will be effected into your norminated bank account which you will laterconfirm to us. Note: We may not be liable to any claim from you in the event of fund diversion due to your delayed response to this information. Yours Sincerely, Joanne Perez. Head of Markets & PWLB