Friday, July 11, 2008

What a Scam!

I have to laugh when I received this email today. The subject was Western Union Money Transfer haha what a SCAM! Very obvious diba? Beware guys, don't be a victim of scammers that spread out on the net. If you received this kind of email IGNORE it or mark it as SPAM so that next time you may receive the same kinds of emails it will go directly to your SPAM folder hihih..

Western Union®
Dear Sir/Madam,

I will like to inform you that the INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND {IMF} came to our office few hours ago and deposite the sum of $1,000,000.00 USD directed in cash credited to file BXU2441988171/24, at the owner of this email address, here in United Kingdom.
The ask us to help them transfer the funds to you in compensation for using the Internet in sending and receiving mails, They said that they choose to send it to an email address instead of a name.
We are unable to complete this transfer direct to your email address, so you are to provide us with the below information in order to complete this transfer.
FULL NAME:...
SEX...
CONTACT ADDRESS:...
COUNTRY:..
CORRECT MOBILE NUMBER:..
OCCUPATION: ...
MARITAL STATUS AND AGE: ..
DATE OF BIRTH:...
POSTAL CODE:...
In order to resolve this problem,please email via Western Union Solicitors Fund Verification Department BELOW:
{And don't click on reply contact the below address for security pupose}.

THE MANAGEMENT OF WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER, NIGERIA HEAD OFFICE.
DISPATCHED THIS DAY
Sincerely,
Austin Mark
Email:
ebanking.uk@googlemail.com
Do call for any questions: {+44}7045753950

2 comments:

  1. malagot jud ko ani sis pag naa ko madawat na email like this. scammers jud noh? lami pantuk-tukon ba!

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  2. spam scams! i receive a couple EVERY day! something we can never ever get rid of. :(

    ReplyDelete

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