Fake "BNY Mellon Wealth Management" Emails Created by Scammers

Fake BNY Mellon Wealth Management Emails Created by Scammers

Online users, be aware of fake "BNY Mellon Wealth Management" emails like the one below, created by online scammers to trick potential victims into sending them personal and financial information, which they will use fraudulently. BNY Mellon Wealth Management and other legitimate companies will never ask customers or potential customers to send their personal and banking information via an email message.

A Fake "BNY Mellon Wealth Management" Email

From: BNY Mellon Wealth Management <transfer@bnymellonremit.com>

Date: 19. Dezember 2017 um 20:17:51 MEZ

Betreff: Welcome to BNY Mellon

Antwort an: BNY Mellon Wealth Management <transfer@bnymellonremit.com>

BNY Mellon Wealth Management

200 Park Ave New York, NY 10166


24 Hours Service Line +1(315) 359-4051

Attention: To Whom it may Concern.

You are welcome to BNY Mellon Wealth Management, we are happy to have you as one of our numerous customers all over the world who uses our advanced Banking system. The BNY Mellon Wealth Management New York, better known by its trading name BNY, is a retail bank in United States that has been part of the federal reserve bank since 1990. We do things a little differently at BNY Mellon Wealth Management. Here, we have a commitment to serving clients, not selling products–a client-first approach that has led to industry-leading client satisfaction rates.

And while we're proud of those results, it’s our client retention rates that matter most to us. Those sustained relationships can only be earned over time–and they’re what allow us to create not just richer lifetimes, but enduring legacies and long term customers. We received the sum of Four Hundred Thousand United states dollar on your behalf, from the Verizon Wireless Telecommunications Inc, with your details as the legal beneficiary to the Verizon Wireless Super Apps International ballot award with payment approval number USA-PNAWD-US/7T231.

We have commenced on the process to enable us carry out your payment. Please choose and let us know from the under listed payment options a more convenient way for you to receive your Prize fund from our bank.

1, Choose if you want to come to our bank in New York, United States and sign M.O.U agreement with The Department of Treasury after which your prize fund will be released to you in person at our Bank head office.

2, Through Universal ATM Card: You are required to provide the complete details of your postal address and a copy of your Government issued ID Card.our bank credit card section will issue your won prize fund in a Universal ATM credit card and send to your postal address. You can be able to check your deposit and withdraw your funds from any Visa or Master Card ATM machine in any part of the world.

3, Through bank to bank transfer: Please provide the complete details of your account information's as shown below with a copy of your government issued Identification Card.

1) Bank Name

2) Bank Address

3) Bank Account number

4) Account Beneficiary Name

5) A Copy of a Government issued ID card.

Please read carefully and let us know the best option you chose to receive your prize fund from our bank. This will enable us commence with your payment. We are glad to be of service to you

No more stress, just great banking with our award winning 24/7 customer service. At BNY Mellon Wealth Management, expect to receive the best of both worlds.A spirit of innovation. All focused on you.



Mr.Gerald Oxford. Foreign Operation Manager

International Transfer Department.

BNY Mellon Wealth Management

© 2017 All Rights Reserved.

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Fake "BNY Mellon Wealth Management" Emails Created by Scammers