"United Nations Commission Unit" Email Scams

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United Nations Commission Unit Email Scams

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The "United Nations Commission Unit" email scam below is being used by scammers to trick the potential victims into sending them personal information, and subsequently money. Therefore, recipients of the same email message that is being sent by online scammers, are asked to delete it and should not follow the instruction in it.

The "United Nations Commission Unit" Email Scam

From: "Dr.John Viera" <nu@sage.ocn.ne.jp>

Date: June 24, 2018 at 2:28:42 PM EDT

Subject: Dear Esteemed Client

Reply-To: "Dr.John Viera" <johnviera112@outlook.com>

Dear Esteemed Client

WE ARE THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION UNIT: This is to inform you that you have been entitled to receive a payment of ($4.700,000 dollars ) from UN and the

payment has been installed in ATM MASTER CARD and it awaits delivery to your home address therefore kindly furnish us with your details such as Full name,

Address and direct phone number to enable the delivery commence without wasting much time.

Send your details to Dr.John Viera(johnviera112@outlook.com) and call him on phone +1(650) 260-7450 for more clarifications.

Regards

compensation team

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  • June 25, 2019 at 12:32 AM by an anonymous user from Davao City, Davao Region, Philippines

    Is this a real united nations email. unitednationsvacationoffice04@gmail.com. This was sent to me by one Dr.Ricoh Cheng ,an orthopaedic surgeon in Iraq.. thank you

    remove

    • June 25, 2019 at 8:00 AM by info

      No. The UN does not use Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail or other free email providers.

      remove

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"United Nations Commission Unit" Email Scams