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The "United Nations Federal Credit Union" Advance Fee Scam

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The "United Nations Federal Credit Union" Advance Fee Scam

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The fake "United Nations Federal Credit Union" email below is an advance-fee scam. This scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick. The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, in return for a small up-front payment, which the fraudster requires in order to obtain the large sum.

The "United Nations Federal Credit Union" Scam

From: UNCC <0@b-034-nina-mall-renovation-sdre.com>

Sent: Thursday, August 1, 2019 10:34:14 PM

To: Me <0@b-034-nina-mall-renovation-sdre.com>

Subject: Urgent Settlement Notice!

The Council is made of nine financial regulatory agency Inspectors General and is chaired by Eric Thorson, Inspector General, U.S. Department of Treasury.

We have taken time to review unsuccessful transactions with most international inheritance/contract insurance companies and other foreign banks especially in Africa, Asia and the United Kingdom. We wish to let you know we have communicated with most of these foreign banking institutions withholding most international payments to individuals and companies so as to find out why these funds were withheld, the source of the funds and a final solution to these problems.

Conclusively, we discovered most withheld and unpaid funds originating from lottery organizations, international trading, companies' awarded contract funds and deceased persons were not properly filed for payment to its intended beneficiaries.

Transfer suspension was placed on these funds because majority of these international funds remittance/transfer were not properly recorded by the paying institution for future file reference/assessment by the International Monetary Fund and the Financial Services Authority.

In joint alliance with the Financial Services Authority to resolve this issue, we wish to let you know we have been approved to assist you in receiving your awarded funds, the total sum of Seven Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($7,500,000.00 USD). We have gone through the security records of all international outstanding transactions and our extensive investigation confirmed you are the beneficiary through the assistance of the International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO). We have obtained an Approval Authorization Letter from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which states that your funds will be paid to you on proper confirmation of your claim.

We wish to inform you there is an existing arrangement with United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) to process and pay you the sum of $7,500,000.00 USD as soon as you provide the complete requirements needed for them to process your fund payment case. This was resolved in a meeting held between the International Financial Auditors in Europe and our American representatives.

Contact Michael Nelson by replying to this email immediately.

Contact him with below details.

- Full names:

- Your direct mobile telephone number:

- Your present home address in the case of documents delivery:

Your nominated Bank Account information shall be requested for transfer of your funds after confirmation of your funds claims by the processing director.

By the virtue of the provision of the law which confer on us powers to advocate, adjudicate, suspend and authorize an immediate transfer of funds internationally, we hereby state emphatically and without prejudice that should there be any information that may succeed your application for unclaimed awarded funds release that are currently deposited in most foreign banks in Europe, Asia and in Africa, please do not hesitate to provide the information so that we can help you in receiving your funds.

Also note that failure to properly apply for the funds payment will nullify your chances of receiving your unclaimed funds and these funds will be diverted to the Treasury.

Regards,

Eric Thorson.

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The "United Nations Federal Credit Union" Advance Fee Scam