Beware of United Nations Cash Payment Notification Scams Using mail.mn
Mar 25, 2014
Aug 25, 2012
I have received a new scam, which claims that I am entitled to one and a half million dollars. The scammer wants me to contact Mrs Franca to apply for my payment at telephone number: 601 6487 2136 or via email at westernunnionpayout@ mail.mn.
Please continue reading below.
A Copy of the Email Message Scam
You are entitled to $1,500,000.00 USD in the on-going united nations poverty alleviation program.
Do send your Name, Address & Phone Number: to western union payment center to apply for your payment contact call Mrs Fanca Lee @ +601 6487 2136 for more inquires on the above.
This means that you will continuously receive a dail amount of $5,000USD-$7,600USD from us, and this amount can be collected from any of our numerous Western Union outlets in your current location.
Yours truly Jim BurchAnnouncer
Contact Mrs Franca Lee Via E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not be fooled by these scammers and do not send money to receive money, call or send your information. Why would the United Nations wants you to send e-mails to free e-mail address providers (non-corporate) like mail.mn instead of their own organization website: un.org.
Anyone can setup a free e-mail account at these free e-mail providers and use it for scamming. If you send an email to someone at mail.mn, you cannot tell who will receive this e-mail but, if you send to someone at un.org, will certainly know that it will be received by someone at the United Nations.
A lot of my friends have told me that they have been receiving Nigerian scam e-mails using mail.mn email accounts.
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