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Beware of Scam - "Details of your UNCC Compensation Sum of $1.5M USD"

2016-04-14T15:17:42 -  +
Beware of Scam - "Details of your UNCC Compensation Sum of $1.5M USD"

Here is another fraudulent email message(see below) with the subject: "Details of your UNCC Compensation sum of $1.5M USD" that was sent by scammers, which claims the recipients have been selected to receive millions of US dollars as compensation, because they are victims of scams. Recipients of the fraudulent email should delete it and not follow the instructions in it. Remember, scammers send out thousands of fraudulent email messages every month to trick their potential victims into sending money, which the scammers claim are for taxes and other fees.

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The Fraudulent UNCC Compensation Email Message

From: UNCC UN16@uncompensation.es .cx
Subject: Details of your UNCC Compensation sum of $1.5M USD

This is to inform you that the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) in conjunction with international monetary fund (IMF) has agreed to pay a compensation sum of One million five hundred thousand united state dollars ($1.5M USD) to you. The reason this money is approved in your name was because your e-mail address was listed as one of the scam victims.

We have been working towards the eradication of fraudsters and scam Artists in the world with the help of the Organization of United Nations (UN), European Union African Union (AU) and FBI.

All matters relating to the immediate release of your compensation fund has been regularized therefore as non residential beneficiary, to file the claim of your compensation fund, you are required the service of the State Attorney whom will assist you in Inland Revenue Service to obtain NON RESIDENTIAL TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE (NRTCC) in your name. You are to contact the attorney on the below contact information:

Name: Mr. Theodore G. Godwin
E-mail: t.godwin@consultant.com
Tel: +229-96418005
Address: 02 B.P. 224 Cotonou

Send the following information to him for processing of your Non residential tax clearance certificate (NRTCC)

1. YOUR FULL NAME 2. YOUR AGE 3. SEX: 4. HOUSE OR OFFICE ADDRESS 5.OCCUPATION 6. YOUR PHONE NUMBER(S).

Best regards
Mr. Joshua R.Ronaldo
UNCC Cotonou Regional District
Joint uncc-inunc.org

Copyright ©1997-2016 The UNCC Secretariat.

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  • Posted: 2017-07-12T06:50:44 by an anonymous user from or near: Jacksonville, Florida, United States

    I am receiving this text message, twice already:
    "Hi, your compensation check from the UNCC awaits shipment to you. send delivery info to: up-67@outlook.com"

    delete


    • Posted: 2017-07-12T10:06:16 by an anonymous user from or near: Orlando, Florida, United States

      Yep, I get that one once a week now to my cell phone.

      delete