Fake American Red Cross Email Message - "Should We Disqualify Your File?"
Oct 5, 2014
The email message below: "Should We Disqualify Your File?" is a fake and a phishing scam. You should not respond to the message with your personal information. Every month, thousands of email messages like the one below are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and/or sending money. Therefore, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.
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The Fake Email Message: Should We Disqualify Your File
Subject: SHOULD WE DISQUALIFY YOUR FILE?
American Red Cross is still recruiting members to be paid 250usd daily to assist in the Philippine Typhoon victims, If you know your name is not in our lists for departure as attached, kindly identify urgently by returning our membership filled form and enrollment fee. Below are flight reservations for about 490 enrolled members, Second and Third Edition.
Reservation Number: 2CHAA9
last name: MALUA
Reservation Number: 2CHAOO
last name: DAWN
Reservation Number: ZYVCKP
last name EVAH
Reservation Number: ZYVB7N
last name : JULIE
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6-Doctors and Nurses
10-Required staff nurse
11-English Speaking Skilled Helpers.
12-Logistics Officer/ Equipment Control?
15-Interior Design Inspector;
16-Electrical & Mechanical Site Engineers /Inspectors;
17-Executive Secretary / preferably bi-lingual
21-Landscape Architect & Inspector
22-Required technician for repairing Refrigerator Washing machine and Ovans
23-Required urgently for various new projects acquired by White Young.
24-Secretary in Microsoft Office
25-Required Steel Fabrication supervisor
26-Freezer / chiller container Technician. Urgently
More members needed.
Mr. Mark Perlt
American Red Cross,
Washington, DC 98148
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Together , we can save a life.
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