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The "Ongoing Social Compensation Program for Workers, Freelancers and Retirees" Scam

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The "Ongoing Social Compensation Program for Workers, Freelancers and Retirees" Scam

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The "ongoing social compensation program for workers, freelancers and retirees" is another advance fee scam created by online scammers, who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for a compensation program that doesn't exist.

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The "Ongoing Social Compensation Program for Workers, Freelancers and Retirees" Scam

Hello,

Have you heard about the ongoing social compensation program for workers,freelancers and retirees? Its an ongoing online program which were randomly entered through Emails and LinkedIn profile names. It is sponsored by the U.S Compensation Benefit Guarantee Cooperation in collaboration with LinkedIn. I am pleased to inform you that you have been luckily selected as one of our 2019 Winners.For more details contact our Information Officer via his email: agent.pbgc@consultant.com Tel:+1-678-759-7451

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  • Mar 7, 2019 at 3:03 AM by an anonymous user from Cairo, Egypt

    I received this over LinkedIn:

    "please to inform you that you have been selected in the ongoing U.S social compensation program for workers and retirees, freelancer, Unemployed? for more information contact me via Email: repsocialskills@usa.com"

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  • Feb 19, 2019 at 6:58 AM by an anonymous user from Cairo, Egypt

    Today I was sent another scammer message like this:

    "Have you heard about the ongoing social compensation program for workers and retirees, freelancer, Unemployed?

    Its an ongoing online program which were randomly entered through LinkedIn profile names.

    It is sponsored by the UN/U.S Compensation Benefit Guaranty Corporation.

    I am pleased to inform you that you have been luckily selected as one of our 2019 Winners.

    For full details,

    Contact Agent

    Email: sassa.pbgc@representative.com

    Tel:

    1-678- 759- 7451"

    by someone call Gerald Middleton at LinkedIn website

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