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The "OneVanilla Master Gift Cards" Advance-fee Scam

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The "OneVanilla Master Gift Cards" Advance-fee Scam

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Online users are asked to delete the fake "OneVanilla Master Gift Cards" emails like the one below, which claim their debit card is ready and request their personal information. The fake emails are being sent by online scammers who are harvesting your potential victims' information, and will subsequesntly ask them to send money for a debit card that doesn't exist. And, the scammers will disappear once they have received their victims' money.

The "OneVanilla Master Gift Cards" Advance-fee Scam

From: ©Copyright2019 OneVanilla Master Gift Cards - One_vanillacard@silk.ocn.ne.jp

Date: March 30, 2019 at 7:21:33 PM MST

Subject: ©Copyright2019 OneVanilla Master Gift Cards

Reply-To: GENERAL MANAGER <onevanillamastercard@gmail.com>

Head Office:

KENNEWICK ,WASHINGTON

99337

GOOD DAY

I’m Mrs.Lubov Sinyuk;

I have been trying to reach you on your E-mail about an hour now just to

inform you about The One-vanilla Master Debit Card which is ready and loaded with your first fund payment sum of $1.5 Million Dollars

The One-vanilla master card will be reloaded 2 times making it the total sum $3 Million Dollars

Re-confirm your details below :

FULL NAME:

HOME ADDRESS:

CURRENT MOBILE NUMBER:

Please reach me with my Number by Texting: +1(315)245-7634

MRS.LUBOV SINYUK

GENERAL MANAGER

This email was sent by Vanilla Card.

©Copyright2019 OneVanilla Master Gift Cards

Vanilla is a Trademark Of Vanilla Master Gift/Debit Cards

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