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The "United Nation Diplomatic Delivery of Package" Scam

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The "United Nation Diplomatic Delivery of Package" Scam

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The fake "United Nation Diplomatic Delivery of Package" email below is a scam. Therefore, recipients are asked not to follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to their potential victims into sending them money, which they claim is for some so-called non-inspection fee, for a shipment of money they found.

Remember, once you are unexpectedly asked to send money in order to receive money or a lottery prize, it is a scam.

The "United Nation Diplomatic Delivery of Package" Scam

From: DIPLOMAT <global@diplomat.net>

Date: October 30, 2019 at 5:35:33 PM EDT

To: Recipients <global@diplomat.net>

Subject: Hello

Reply-To: dipgodwin1@gmail.com

Hello,

I am Mr. Godwin Campbell, the United Nation Diplomatic afloat officer(DAO) newly assigned to complete the delivery of your package which has been on transit since years now. We understand that why the delivery remains uncompleted since was that the previous diplomat who was initially in charge of this delivery did not meet the appropriate authorities that will release your package.

However, I arrived NY, USA last night and have met the authorities holding your package and your package has been released. The amount in the package remains $14,300,000 and it's still intact but it was not disclosed to anyone. I need your FULL NAME, DELIVERY ADDRESS and DIRECT PHONE NUMBER to complete this delivery urgently and go back to my country. You will show your ID Card upon my arrival at your door step before handing it over to you, that's just to avoid wrong delivery. Call, SMS or Whatsapp me @ +1 267-526-5237.

Diplomat Godwin

Diplomatic Tel/WhatsApp: +1(516) 605-9470

E-mail: dipgodwin1@gmail.com

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