But, if the recipients submit their information, it will only be sent to the scammers behind the phishing email message, who will attempt to trick them into sending them money for their so-called check. And, if the recipients send their money, the scammers will take it and disappear. Therefore, recipients of the same phishing email message are asked to delete the email message and not to follow the instructions in it.
The "Mr. Donald John Trump Bank Draft from Government of the Benin Republic" Phishing Scam
From: "MR.DONALD JOHN TRUMP" <"www."@fine.ocn.ne.jp>
Date: May 22, 2017 at 5:36:55 PM EDT
Subject: ATTENTION MY DEAR BENEFICIARY!!!
Reply-To: "MR.DONALD JOHN TRUMP" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
ATTENTION MY DEAR BENEFICIARY!!!
ASSIGNED BY THE PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP..... OVERDUE FUND RELEASED TODAY
I am MR. USA PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP and I am writing to inform you about your Bank Check Draft brought back by the United Embassy from the government of Benin Republic in the white house Washington DC been mandated to be deliver to your home address once you reconfirm it with the one we have here with us to avoid wrong delivery of your check draft Eighteen million united states dollars $1,000,000,00usd that was assigned to be delivered to your humble home address by Honorable president Donald Trump the president of this great country this week by a delivery agent MR ROCHAS JESUS
Also, reconfirm your details for the check delivery by filling the form below and send it immediately to our Email:(email@example.com )in for verification and for prompt collection of your fund.
Fill The Form Below:
1. Full Names:
2. Residential Address:
3. Mobile Number:
4. Fax Number:
6. Sex :
7. Age :
8. Nationality :
9. Country :
10. Marital Status:
Accept my hearty congratulation again!
MR.DONALD JOHN TRUMP
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500, United States