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Beware of the "United Nations Compensation Commission Overdue Fund" Scams

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Beware of the "United Nations Compensation Commission Overdue Fund" Scams

Recipients of email messages like the one below regarding a long-overdue compensation fund from the United Nations Compensation Commission are scams or fake emails being sent by online scammers to their potential victims. The scammers send the fake and fraudulent email messages to their potential victims to trick them into sending their personal information. The potential victims' information will then be used to contact them in an attempt to trick them into sending money, which the scammers will claim is for processing fee, taxes, delivery fee, transfer fee or some other fee. But, if the potential victims send their money, the scammers will take it and disappear, and not send the money that was promised.

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Online users, remember, never send your personal information to anyone who requests it via unsolicited emails. And, never send money via Western Union, Moneygram or other money transfer services to anyone who asks you to do so in order to receive a lottery prize or money. This is how scammers trick their victims into sending them money.

The "United Nations Compensation Commission Overdue Fund" Scam

From: UNITED NATIONS COMPENSATION COMMISSION <michaelmoller235@gmail.com>

Sent: 22 October 2017 08:22:57



United Nations Plaza, Room DC1-1330

New York, NY 10017 USA

Tel: +1-732-482-9321

Ref: Your Long Overdue Compensation Fund

Attention Beneficiary,

We received a report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) demanding explanations for the delay of your overdue compensation fund payment approved by the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) and we have investigated this case only to find out that you've been ignorantly having illegal financial dealings with some online perpetrators who have taken advantage of your legitimate transaction in our custody in order to siphon your hard earned money.

More so, the investigation report suggested that you have furnished your personal data to the perpetrators and we assume you must have sponsored the release of this fund but all to no avail; however there is no cause for alarm as the investigation has also proved that you have no hand in any form of financial violation act. So our office has been mandated by the World Bank Group to monitor your compensation fund remittance at the valuation of $7,500,000.00 (Seven Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) only which will be released to you by the nominated bank.

Paramount, we advise that you STOP all dealings involving any sort of financial support to corrupt individuals posing to be from financial institutions in order to avoid any form of jeopardy in your compensation fund release process and be rest assured that you are now dealing with the rightful authorities. Therefore, you are requested to adhere to all directives that will be given to you henceforth. Although we already have your information on our database, but in order to ascertain that we are in communication with the rightful beneficiary, you are to re-confirm the below information for final verification process;

1. Full Names:

2. Gender:

3. Nationality:

4. Occupation:

5. Postal Address:

6. Residential Address:

7. Telephone Number:

8. Mobile Number:

9. Marital Status:

10. Age:

11. Alternative E-mail ID:

12. Copy of any identification document

Upon the receipt of the above information and final verification process, we shall furnish you with further directives and contact details of the financial institution nominated to commence with your fund release process.

Your urgent response will be highly appreciated to enable us serve you better.

Yours Sincerely,

Michael Møller


United Nations

Tel: +1-732-482-9321

Email: michael.moller@united-nations.us.org

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  • Posted: Feb 11 at 7:25 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Lae, Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea

    Received one similar email yesterday. Had to check UNCC to confirm if it is real or not, thank goodness it is a scam.


  • Posted: Feb 5 at 12:54 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Englewood, Ohio, United States

    If only the scam was a real thing.


  • Posted: Jan 31 at 8:34 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Skelmersdale, England, United Kingdom

    I was informed by a bank in lyibia that I had money there for compensation from the UN. I had a lot of money taken from me for transfer, but I never got.

    Now one man was romeo nita he said he works for the UN, he was scamming me in my hour of need I had to give up work and my health has been bad I'm now in a wheelchair now there is a man called maxwell berry wanting money from me from the same bank


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