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Fake Western Union Email Message - September 17, 2014

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Fake Western Union Email Message - September 17, 2014

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September 17, 2014 - The email message below is fraudulent, and you should not respond to it with your personal information. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and sending money.

So, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

The Fake Western Union Email Message:

WESTERN UNION (wumt04 @hotmail.com)
OFFICE OF THE WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER.

Welcome to Western Union Tel: 919910454066
NEW DELHI INDIA /ADDRESS 527 LEU, DE AKPAKPA ROAD.

WEB SITE.www.westernunion.com http://site.www.westernunion.com/

FUND TRANSFER OF $$1,700.000.00USD

Attention:

We have received your email and we have done the moral verification and the compensation fund is on your name as it was stated, but before we will proceed to the next step of the fund release, we would like you to forward your real ID or Driver License via attachment for our records which we will submit to (IMF) after the formalities has been completed. Without this valid ID, there is no way that we can release the funds to you. This is the reason that we have withheld the release of the funds to you.

We hope to receive the valid today via attachment, so that we can proceed to the next step of your fund release. For now, the fund is still withheld here in our office because we need to be sure that the real beneficiary gets the fund. therefore kindly send the valid ID as required for urgent compliance.

Moreover, if your ID is confirmed, we shall continue to send you $4500 on daily basis, until the total fund of ($1,700.000.00) Dollars is paid out to you.

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Fake Western Union Email Message - September 17, 2014