Scam Emails Archive : Generic


From: "Timothy B. Caron" <>

This email with the subject "Re:REMITTANCE OF UNCLAIMED FUNDS NOTICE!!" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Fri, 10 Apr 2015 15:37:37 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.

The sender was "Timothy B. Caron" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Attention Beneficiary,
We are pleased to inform you that The Compensation Funds Payment Reconciliation Committee newly setup by the International Banks for Reconciliation and Development (World Bank) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) based on series of petitions received from individuals, international bodies both corporate and non governmental organizations (NGOs) on the inability of some government of different countries in the world, commercial banks and world lottery organizations to settle their clients contract debt, inheritance and winning prize funds.
After an extensive closed door meeting of the board of directors, it was resolved and agreed upon, that this body, ''The Compensation Funds Payment Reconciliation Committee" will work tirelessly and extensively to ensure that unclaimed funds will be paid out without any hitch and delay through the World Bank and IMF nominated financial institutions to beneficiaries. The total sum of $8.7 Million USD,{EIGHT Million Seven Hundred Thousand United States Dollars},payment has been endorsed, and approved for payment to you.
Being the second batch of payment issued to various individuals, we have delight in following procedures in the course of payment to our first batch receivers. To safe-guard our clients from extortion of unnecessary payments, we advice that you establish contacts with your attorney,Mrs Tricia Anderson, a human rights lawyer who will render legal services to all beneficiaries who have been listed on our second batch payment schedule.
In other words, she requires little or no fee or charges to ensure that you are on the right track to receiving your funds without being misled.
Conversant with the banking laws and have also handled several debt and payment litigation on behalf of the commission, she will guide you through the payment process.
As soon as you establish contacts with her, she will direct you on how to contact the paying bank to have a payment account in your name where you can personally access and effect transfer of funds to any bank of your choice in your country.
Also note that opening of this account will commence immediately your processing request is received. You can email your attorney at:
Please do keep the attorney updated in the course of your communication with the bank; she will take up any legal issues if you are being requested of unnecessary charges.
Yours faithfully,
Thomas B. Caron