The "Yearly Linkedin International Cash Donation CSR Program" Scam

The "Yearly Linkedin International Cash Donation CSR Program" Scam

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There is no "Yearly Linkedin International Cash Donation CSR Program," therefore, recipients of emails claiming they are winners in such a lottery are asked not to follow the instructions in them. The emails are lottery scam, which is an advance fee scam that 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 "Yearly Linkedin International Cash Donation CSR Program" Scam


Kind Attention:

We acknowledge receipt of your completed application form as was sent in to this department. We also wish to inform you that your file has been approved for payment and this department is willing to do all, necessary to ensure that you are paid your full and due entitlement.

Your: Reference Number: NZ- SR-9915-P

Your: Batch Number: EUMQY- 4LJ9

Please be informed that you will receive the fund through Albaraka Bank Group to your Bank account in your country, due to some bureaucratic perturb/difficulties surrounding a direct Home delivery of the said fund amount into your Home address in your country. Therefore, we the LinkedIn Team Board Financial Department have conducted a transfer reconciliation procedure to be transfer the cash donation fund to you as the original selected one of the cash donation. The Bank to Bank Swift cash transfer payment system is the Easiest way to transfer the money into your bank account in your country through MT-103 Swift transfer Credit, with all the related documents to back up your funds while depositing it into your personal bank account in your locality.

However, yearly LinkedIn International cash donation CSR program is no doubt, a momentous achievement in the history of this organization, and on behalf of the entire staff of this organization, we wish to congratulate all non-governmental organizations who have in little way contributed immensely towards the success of this program as well as taking concrete steps towards it's actualization, as this program is part of the financial empowerment program of the LinkedIn Team Board in its struggle to alleviate poverty. While basking in the euphoria of this achievement, we wish to seize this opportunity to acquaint you with guidelines as you must follow in order to complete your claims. On our part, we have a mandate to see you through. We will work assiduously to realize this mandate as we respect your views, opinions and most importantly protect your privacy.

The funds will be officially transfer to your bank Account through MT-103 Swift direct money transfer, which will keep it free from any hitches as it will be covered by the America FBI immunities (A.F.I), based on the above approval and in accordance with our procedures for the release of funds to the beneficiaries. TO THIS EFFECT, WE REQUIRE URGENTLY CERTAIN DOCUMENT WHICH YOU MUST PROVIDE IN ORDER TO MAKE YOUR CLAIM TOTALLY LEGAL, ACCORDING TO THE RELEVANT STATUS; Therefore, you are hereby requested to complete the below details without any mistake and return it back to us immediately:


1, Your Bank Name:

2, Your Account Holder Name:

3, Your Account Number:

4, Your Bank Swift Code:

5, Your Bank Branch:

6, Your Identity Card Proof ID:

7. Your Passport Photo:

All arrangements for the Bank to Bank Swift cash transfer payment will be taken care of and concluded here as soon as we receive your confirmation email as there is no further time to delay. NB: payment of your winning funds will be released to you within two or three days after the confirmation of your details. Finally, your winning certificate is still on the process, and we shall send to you the scan copy on our next email. We wait to hear from you.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • November 9, 2019 at 3:50 AM by an anonymous user from Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana

    I also received the same information three days ago. They requested my vital information of which I did but unfortunately when they requested the account number I doubted and did not send those vitals. Thanks for enlightening me. So, would it have any problem with my previous information?


  • November 5, 2019 at 5:46 AM by an anonymous user from Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana

    I came here at the right time. I have received this exact message and was about to send my details to them.


  • November 4, 2019 at 11:43 PM by an anonymous user from Maputo, Maputo City, Mozambique

    Good morning Dears,

    I want to thank for your article regarding The "Yearly Linkedin International Cash Donation CSR Program" Scam because I was falling into the hands of these malicious, I received an email according to which I had won a lot of Linkedln and sent my name, email and address and then asked me for bank details but luckily I did not send because your article talking about The "Yearly Linkedin International Cash Donation CSR Program" Scam so I would like to thank you for your support and I will help the other victims

    Mozambique Anonymous


  • November 1, 2019 at 12:03 PM by an anonymous user from Kigali, Umujyi Wa Kigali, Rwanda

    I landed here actually after being attacked. I was wondering why wouldn't LinkedIn announce such information publicly and did multiple researches to be here. Right now I received the exact same letter word by word. The scariest thing about the scammer is that he has some LinkedIn looking alike credentials.


  • October 31, 2019 at 11:59 AM by an anonymous user from Egbe, Kogi, Nigeria

    What happens to the person who has already sent his or her account details to those thieves. Is the person to close down such accounts so as not to be defrauded?


    • October 31, 2019 at 2:33 PM by info

      No, the thieves cannot defraud you that way, unless they have your account credentials(username and password).


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The "Yearly Linkedin International Cash Donation CSR Program" Scam