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Beware of "United Nation Foundation (U.N.F) Lottery Promo Grant Donation Reward" Scam

2017-07-16T09:05:04 -  +
Beware of "United Nation Foundation (U.N.F) Lottery Promo Grant Donation Reward" Scam

There is no United Nation Foundation (U.N.F) Lottery Promo that is giving away millions of dollars in grant donation. Therefore, recipients of fake and fraudulent email messages like the one below, which claim that they have been selected by the United Nation Foundation (U.N.F) Lottery Promo to receive a Grant Donation Reward should delete them. The fake and fraudulent email messages are being sent by lottery scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them personal information and money. But, if the recipients send their personal information and money, the lottery scammers will disappear and not send the money that they have promised. This will leave their victims depressed and a few hundred or thousands of dollars broke.

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The "United Nation Foundation (U.N.F) Lottery Promo Grant Donation Reward" Scam

From: Angelina McLeod <[email protected]>

Sent: Sunday, July 16, 2017, 4:52:00 AM CST


Dear Winner,

We are pleased to inform you that your Lucky Email Address has been selected by the United Nation Foundation (U.N.F) Lottery Promo to receive a Grant Donation Reward of $1,000,000.00 USD (One-Million-United-State-Dollars). Your Winning Qualification Code is (ZK101TG9007) for Claims. Please contact Mr. Edward Larry now on: [email protected] with your information below:


2. SEX:

3. AGE (day/month/year):







NOTE: It is very important that you keep all your winning conversation/details personal and confidential until your prize money has been paid to you. This is a security measure to avoid double claiming or/and impersonation that has occurred in the past as a result of third party interference. Good luck to you!


Claims Team (U.N.F).

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  • Posted: 2018-04-09T11:26:52 by an anonymous user from or near: Southern Pines, North Carolina, United States

    Hello, Would you please check out an agent by the name of Clarke Martins, who says that he is with United Nation Funds Grant Lottery? This is supposed to be a promo for a short amount of time.

    He did not contact me, but I contacted him through a friend of mine who says that she has gotten money and has urgently been onto me to contact him. I wish that I hadn't, because I gave him my name, phone number, social security number, & e-mail address as my friend said this is what you have to do to see if you qualify for this lottery!

    Then he did contact me and said that I was okay to go, but that I needed to fill out a form or give him more info - full name, address, did I own my own home, how much I made a year, did I want my money in form of a check or cash, etc. When I give him that information, then he'll let me know how much I won. I am really afraid of this and think that it is a scam - I am so sorry that I gave him my social security number or even contacted him in the first place. Thank you so very much.


    • Posted: 2018-04-09T11:50:38 by info

      There is no "United Nation Funds Grant Lottery," it is a scam, so there is no need to check the name.


      • Posted: 2018-04-10T13:32:06 by an anonymous user from or near: Southern Pines, North Carolina, United States

        Thank you very much for your reply!


  • Posted: 2018-03-09T00:42:21 by an anonymous user from or near: Bakersfield, California, United States

    Contacted by kitefly.in for UBA bank alerting I had won $1,500,000.00 through the unitednatioonsorganizationsheadoffice @financier.com. This activity calls for serious investigation as the perps are playing on people's emotions. So many hard working American people and their neighbors and friends are vulnerable to these vicious cyber attacks. This problem is despicable and ugly, preying on the innocent.


  • Posted: 2017-11-05T13:56:07 by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Von: Gietz, Carolin [[email protected]]
    Gesendet: Sonntag, 5. November 2017 11:39
    An: Gietz, Carolin
    Betreff: UNMP SER

    uni-muenster.de schrieb am 2017-11-04:


    You have been shortlisted for UN Foun-dation AED 3,672,651 Grant award.

    for details. (Your Reference Code is UNF/UNDP263333)

    Forward this notification to E-mail: [email protected]

    Susanne Tedsjo

    Online Coordinator."


  • Posted: 2017-07-21T00:07:03 by info

    Here is another scam:

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: Glover, Tammy L.
    Date: Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 3:34 AM

    Batch number.................23/7/8092
    Ref number...................Ref: UN-L/200-26937
    Winning number...............0923/UN

    This is in regards to your winning notification of THREE MILLION POUNDS (£3,000,000.00 GBP) for the July Edition 2017 Lottery

    promotion which is organized by UNITED NATIONS ONLINE PROMO, We collects all the email addresses of active electronic mail users.

    We only draw five people every year as our winners through electronic random balloting System. We Congratulate you for being one of the people selected. To begin your claim please kindly provide the following details below:

    (C) ADDRESS:
    (D) AGE:

    You are therefore advised to send the following information to the claims agent to help facilitate the claims of your prize.

    MR Olav Thorn
    Email: [email protected]

    (Web-Email Information Manager)"


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