The email message below which claims that the United Nations is paying internet scam victims thousands of dollars of compensation money, 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.
The Fake United Nations Victim of Internet Scam Email Message
United Nations Headquarters,
New York, NY 10017,
Peace unto you, this is to bring to your notice that the UNITED NATIONS compensation Unit, In Affiliation with World Bank are paying 1,000 scam victims who has being a victim of internet scam. The United Nations has decided to pay you $200,000.00 USD (Two Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) each. You are listed and approved for this payment as one of the scammed victims to be paid this amount, you are advised to respond to this email as soon as possible for the immediate payment of your $200,000.00 USD compensation funds.
We have been holding series of meeting for the past two months which ended few days ago with the US president Barack Obama this has been deliberated upon and is among our set of priorities in making the world a better place.
You are to contact Rev. Martins Nasiru preferably by email for the release of your $200,000.00 USD compensation funds, he's our UNITED NATIONS representative in the United States.
If Yes, you are intrested contact us at: Rev.martins-nasiru @outlook.com