Compensation scams

RELEASE OF YOUR PAYMENT 7/10/2018
morris.douglas1212@gmail.com


Scam Email received July 10, 2018 from info@unitednations.org

morris.douglas1212@gmail.com
morris.douglas1212@gmail.com
Email From:

info@unitednations.org

Subject:

RELEASE OF YOUR PAYMENT 7/10/2018

Other emails used:

morris.douglas1212@gmail.com, morris.douglas1212@gmail.com

Email Subject:

RELEASE OF YOUR PAYMENT 7/10/2018


RELEASE OF YOUR PAYMENT 7/10/2018 – morris.douglas1212@gmail.com


Good Sir/Madam,Our office is using this medium to notify you about your ATM card which we believe you might have forgotten about it, your outstanding compensation payment due to delay on the delivery up till now. We are here by write to inform you that your payment file was found in our Office and we discovered that your Compensation payment of $3.7 Million United State Dollars have not been sent to you as it was instructed by The United Nation Organization body (UN) which our bank are affiliated as oversee partner. We are here to inform you that your payment has been converted into ATM Visa/Master Card to free it from Expiring, and all the necessary arrangement for your ATM VISA CARD Payment worth of $3.7 Million United State Dollars has been granted for your payment through Our ATM Card Department Center. Now Your ATM Visa/Master Card is well packaged with every legal documents to convey it having any problem with any Authorities or with your Federal Government has been concluded and formalized. Both activation process of your ATM Master Card and issue the Secret PIN CODE/NUMBER to enable you start using it at any ATM MACHINE worldwide of your choice nearest to you, as soon as it has been activated, But if you are unable to come down here in our office in person you will be required to update our ATM Department Center with your contact delivery details as stated below so that they will proceed with the necessary arrangement for the delivery of your ATM MASTER CARD. 1. Your Full name, ________________ 2. Your Home Address, _____________ 3. Your Telephone number, _________ 4. Your Age/sex, __________________ 5. Your Occupation, _______________ 6. Scan copy of your International Identify Card Therefore you should contact OUR ATM CARD PAYMENT DEPARTMENT CENTER immediately with the below details;Contact Person; Mr Morris Douglas E-Mail: morris.douglas1212@gmail.com Try to contact him immediately to know when your ATM VISA CARD will be delivered to you. I am waiting for you to update us as soon as you have received your Visa/Master ATM Card. Thanks You. Yours sincerelyMs. Amina J. Mohammed Executive Secretary, United Nations.This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus morris.douglas1212@gmail.com

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