Compensation scams

DHL PACKAGE DELIVERY NOTIFICATION
ezeobi298@gmail.com


Scam Email received November 26, 2020 from office.123456@yahoo.com

ezeobi298@gmail.com
ezeobi298@gmail.com
Email From:

office.123456@yahoo.com

Subject:

DHL PACKAGE DELIVERY NOTIFICATION

Other emails used:

ezeobi298@gmail.com, ezeobi298@gmail.com

Email Subject:

DHL PACKAGE DELIVERY NOTIFICATION


DHL PACKAGE DELIVERY NOTIFICATION – ezeobi298@gmail.com


DHL international Benin Lot No. 23 Patte D&Oie 03 BP 2147 Cotonou, Benin Republic. DHL PACKAGE DELIVERY NOTIFICATION Your package worth the total sum of USD$2,500,000.00 United State Dollars in an ATM CARD is here in our office. It was deposited to this office by the United Nations {HEAD CONSULTANT} saying that it was won by your email address in their ongoing online random selection Compensation Program 2019/2020 in association with the International Corporation Benin Republic OIL&GAS LTD. What you have to do now is to contact our delivery department with your information and as soon as we confirm your details our delivery team will commence with the delivery of your package to your designated address immediately.You would required to submit information below such as: Your Full Name: Your Home address: Your Phone Number: YOUR NEAREST AIRPORT: Your Country: We shall proceed on your delivery as soon as we confirm your information, I also wish to inform you that you will be taking the responsible of the delivery charges being USD$120.00 only. NOTE THAT;,you are to contact our Head Dispatch Officer( MR. EZE OBI) at this Email: ezeobi298@gmail.com with all this information to avoid wrong delivery Thanks. Mrs Rebecca Johnson ezeobi298@gmail.com

The above email is a scam. If you still think is legitimate, but you’re still concerned, then follow these steps:

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  3. Confirm using the information you have found

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  4. Check if the email has been sent to multiple people

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