Compensation scams

United Nations Compensation Unit
jerry2026978189@aol.com


Scam Email received July 7, 2018 from jerry2026978189@aol.com

jerry2026978189@aol.com
jerry2026978189@aol.com
Email From:

jerry2026978189@aol.com

Subject:

United Nations Compensation Unit

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Email Subject:

United Nations Compensation Unit


United Nations Compensation Unit – jerry2026978189@aol.com


Sent from: Mr Antonio Guterres Note importantly, that your case Reference Number: UNCCORG/8491IMF for your payment falls under the USA-Euro-Asia-Africa geographic payment zoning (UEAA1),Therefore your payment will processed under the UEAA1 geographic payment zoning United Nations Branch, will be executed by our treasury allocation of funds to an appointed paying bank in USA. Your money will be paid out to you in a VISA/MASTERCARD Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) Card by the appointed paying bank in USA. See and read this link: http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2003/ik344.doc.htm You are advised to contact the UNCC Claims Manager immediately you receive this notice to file for your funds claim and payment through delivery of other part of the world, but the maximum withdrawal amount per day on the card is USD$5000. As a matter of urgency, please contact Mr Jerry Edward and file for your payment with the information as stated below. 1 Beneficiary’s Full Name …………………. 2 Sex: ……………………………………………… 3 Date of Birth: ………………………………… 4 Nationality: …………………………………… 5 Occupation: ………………………………….. 6 Physical Address: ………………………….. 7 Telephone Number: ……………………….. 8 Private E-mail Address: ………………….. 9 Total Compensation Amount: USD$2,000,000.00 10 Copy of Identity Document (Passport ID, National ID Card or Drivers license) contact information jerry2026978189@aol.com contact person Jerry Edward contact phone number:+12026978189 We expect your urgent confirmation and response to this email as directed to enable the UNCC monitor your payment effectively. Congratulations. With best compliments, Mr Antonio Guterres United Nations Compensation Commission. We the people…..A stronger UN for a better world jerry2026978189@aol.com

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