Fake "United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit" Emails Sent by Scammers

Fake United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit Emails Sent by Scammers

The "United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit" email is scam being sent by online scammers. The scammers are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them personal information and money for some so-called compensation. This scam is a type of advance-fee scam. An advance-fee scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick.

A Fake "United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit" Email

From: MR. BAN KI MOON <ch@jmfilter.com>

Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2013 7:16 AM






United Nations Headquarters,

New York, NY 10017 , USA



We were authorized by the newly appointed United Nation Secretary General, and the Governing body of the United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit, to investigate the unnecessary delay on your payment, recommended and approved in your favor. During the course of our investigation, we discovered with dismay that your payment has been unnecessarily delayed by corrupt officials of the Bank and Government regulatory organs in Nigeria who are trying to divert your funds into their private accounts.

This is to bring to your notice that we are delegated from the UNITED NATIONS in HSBC To pay 50 victims from your country who has being Victims of Internet scam .The United Nations has decided to pay you $2,500,000 USD (Two Million Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) each. You are listed and approved for this payment as one of the scammed victims to be paid this amount, get back to this office as soon as possible for the immediate payment of your $2,500,000 USD compensation funds. We have been having a meeting for the past Seven months which ended Three days ago with the former secretary to the UNITED NATIONS.

This email is to 50 selected people that have been scammed or extorted money from because of your contract payment execution in any part of the world, the UNITED NATIONS have agreed to compensate them with the sum of $2.5 MILLON USD This includes every foreign contractors that may have not yet received their contract sum, and people that have had an unfinished transaction or international businesses that failed due to Government problems or irregularities etc. We found your email in our list and that is why we are contacting you, this has been agreed upon and has been signed by the United Nations Board of Directors and Trustees from the WORLD BANK ASSISTED PROGRAMME.

We sent you series of emails in this regards but you did not respond back to us; However, in the course of our routine securitization into our Dispatch Alert, we discovered that the document of your fund is intact and very much available, note that United Nations Board of Director have sign your ATM CARD in the favor of your name and hand it over to REV. MARK WILLIAMS Chief Protocol Officer, Dispatch Unit to fill it, you have to contact REV. MARK WILLIAMS in charge of your ATM CARD, as he is our UNITED NATIONS representative in UNITED STATE and AFRICA region, contact him immediately for your ATM CARD VALUE SUM OF $2.5.MILLION USD, This funds are in a ATM CARD for security purpose. He will send it to you and you can clear it in any ATM Machine of your choice.

Contact information:


Chief Protocol Officer,Dispatch Unit .

Email: (revmarkwilliams15@gmail.com)

DirecTelephone line:t +234-816-271-9563

As soon as you establish a contact with him, ensure that you provide your present address as below to the contact in other for the Officer to effect the change and Re-direct the parcel to your home address.







We expect your urgent attention to this email to enable us monitor this payment effectively. Most importantly you shall be requested to pay the sum of $150(Only) by REV. MARK WILLIAMS as the Delivery fee of your ATM CARD. Once you contact the Office, please request delivery option from him in other to avoid further delay.

Yours Faithfully,

Secretary-General United Nation



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  • July 30, 2019 at 8:53 PM by an anonymous user from: Somerset, Kentucky, United States

    Received an email from Mark about a parcel with my name on it. He could not confirm the return sender. He did ask for my phone number which I refused to give and a physical address which I made up a fake post office box address,

    have not heard back.

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Fake "United Nations Debt Reconciliation Unit" Emails Sent by Scammers