The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  UNITED NATIONS OFFICE.
From:  "UNITED NATIONS OFFICE." <un_2011offer@yahoo.com>
Date:  Mon, 12 Sep 2011 03:15:28 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "UNITED NATIONS OFFICE." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 12 Sep 2011 03:15:28 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "UNITED NATIONS OFFICE." <un_2011offer@yahoo.com>, although it may have been spoofed.




UNITED NATIONS OFFICE
FUNDS RELIEF DEPARTMENT
 
 
You have been awarded a total sum of 
1,450,000.00 GBP by the United
Nations Funds Relief Organization, your payment 
would be made through
UK Master Card Payment Center this is an 
instruction passed by the
United Nations in respect to all over delayed 
payment, debt
re-scheduling and defrauded victims.
 
We will send you an International Swift Master 
Card that has been
approved in your favor, with valued sum of 
1,450,000.00 GBP (One
Million Four Hundred And Fifty Thousand Great 
British Pound), which
you are to use in accessing your fund in any ATM 
Stand or cash point
location worldwide and remember that the 
maximum withdrawal daily
limit is Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds 
(50,000.00 GBP).
Kindly provide the details below for delivery.
 
1. Valid Delivery Address.
2. Full Names.
3. Phone Number.
 
Reply to this email address: 
unitednations.help2011@gmail.com
Telephone: +44 7031747751.
Fax: +44 8715038077.
 
Regards,
Mr. LARRY DICKSON.
Foreign Service Directorate.
Contact Email: un_2011offer@yahoo.com 

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