Adrian and Gillian Bayford Foundation Charity Donation Scam
Once the online scammers have received their potential victims' information, they will use it to contact the same potential victims and attempt to scam them. The scammers will then ask their potential victims to send them money in order to collect their so-called donation. But, if the money is sent, the scammers will take it and disappear, leaving the victims broke and depressed. The scammers will also sell their potential victims' information to other scammers, so the same victims will be contacted multiple times.
Remember, once you asked to send personal information or money in order to receive a donation via an unsolicited email message, it is an online scammer attempting to rob you.
The "Adrian and Gillian Bayford Foundation" Donation Scam
Adrian & Gillian Bayford Foundation®
Dear Sir / Madam,
You have been selected to handle this charity project from the British winners of 148 million British pounds Adrian and Gillian Bayford, they have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of Two Million British Pounds ( £ 2,000,000.00 ) to you as part of our own charity project to improve the lot of 5 unknown lucky individuals all over the world plus close friends and family.
Your e-mail address was submitted to us by Google © Management Team and we have short-listed you out as one of the lucky recipients with code number ( UKGO1008 ) as a winner and all you have to do is to forward this very email to the attorney in charge. Advocate Paul-line Allen with your lucky recipients code number (UKGO1008 ) via contact details below for details to the payout bank for fund disbursement.
Advocate Paul-line Allen contact details.
Phone/SMS : +33 753 119 932
Good luck to you and your entire family,
From Adrian and Gillian Bayford
Foundation for Charity and the Homeless Worldwide
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