Fraudulent Email - "United Nations Arbitration Centre Department"

The email message below with the subject: "United Nations Arbitration Centre Department," which claims that the recipients have been awarded thousands of dollars because they were victims of online scammers, is a scam. The fraudulent email message was NOT sent by the United Nations Arbitration Centre Department, but by scammers, who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money and personal information. Therefore, recipients of the fraudulent email message should delete it and not follow the instructions into it.

Fraudulent Email - United Nations Arbitration Centre Department

The Fraudulent United Nations Email Message

From: "nunitednnuun@uynnfmmff."
Subject: United Nations Arbitration Centre Department,

Dear email owner,

This program was launched by the United Nation and supported by World Bank Auditors. It has come to the world wide notice that most people have been rendered homeless by online scammers such as dating, transfer and lottery award.

This victims are made to pay averagely all their money to get some so called fund. Now the United Nation and World bank Auditors has launched two programs regarding this issue.

The programs are as follows:

(1)Eradication of scamming strategies by advance technology input.

(2)Compensation of scam victims

The United Nation and World Bank Auditors has budgeted a total amount of $16 Billion for the compensation of some people that fell victim to online scammers.

With the help of the sophisticated technology initiated into this program, we were able to extract emails of some people that may have fallen victim to scammers. This is to notify you of your enlistment as one of the beneficiaries of this program, your email address was found and you are one of those to be compensated.

Your total compensation fund is $5,000,000.00 (Five Million United State Dollars) this fund was deposited with the UN

All you have to do is to contact the bank with their contact details as detailed below:


Contact Person: ERIC WILBERS.

Tel/Fax: +234- 8162458278

Send them this listed information;

Full name:

Residential address:


Direct Telephone & Mobile number: from you, the compensation fund will be released to you in accordance with the banking policies.

The United Nation and World Bank are truly sorry for what these scammers may have caused you and hope this fund will be of great help to you. Please do not take this message as one of the scam email, this message and its content is real, legal, legitimate and risk free. Their email address is attached automatically to this message so that once you hit your reply button, it will be there.



Eric Wilters,

United Nations Arbitration Centre Department,

Tel/Fax: +234-8162458278 .


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  • August 28, 2017 at 12:07 PM by an anonymous user from: San Diego, California, United States

    The scammers are back! I got this email too :(

    But it was from:

    "Eric Walters,

    United Nations Arbitration Center Department,


  • August 18, 2017 at 5:49 AM by an anonymous user from: Bucharest, Bucuresti, Romania

    I received a mail like this today!

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