"My Name is Mrs. Rita Petrov" Donation Scam

My Name is Mrs. Rita Petrov Donation Scam

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Online users who have received the fake "Mrs. Rita Petrov" email below, which claims she wants someone to manage her charity foundation project, are asked not to respond to the fake email. The fake email is because sent by online scammers who are impersonating Mrs. Rita Petrov and who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money.

The "My Name is Mrs. Rita Petrov" Donation Scam

From: MANUELA RIOS MARIN <riosm.manuela@UCES.EDU.CO>

Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 3:17 PM

Subject: 9/25/2019

Good day to you and your family

My Name is Mrs. Rita Petrov. I have a charity foundation project to cater for the Less fortunate people with amount worth $18,000,000.00 USD. Get back to me if you can handle this project

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  • March 26, 2020 at 7:45 AM by an anonymous user from: Conroe, Texas, United States

    I have been receiving multiple offers of employment from different persons located at one web site which is "UCES.EDU.CO". I have tried multiple times to block mails from that address but they always seem to bypass the system, am I being over cautious or is the offer a real one (tongue in cheek)?

    Gist of mail is as follows - They are offering you a post as their representative for HyundaI Steel in North America handling all their account receivables. This offer uses various other well known companies names and is a "paste in" job always addressed to someone else other than myself.

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"My Name is Mrs. Rita Petrov" Donation Scam