Capt. Dennis Hall (scam warning)

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This is an example of the soldier-who-needs-your-help scam, a type of scam message that isn’t very common but does turn up from time to time. The scammer usually poses as a soldier in a war zone who has discovered a fortune in stolen money or valuables, and needs your help to get it safely home. You’re a patriotic citizen, so of course you’ll help! Unfortunately, the person sending the message is a scammer, not a soldier, and he’s just trying to pick your pocket.

Subject: BENEFICIAL RECOMMENDATION!!!!
From: 243@davidchandlerassc.onmicrosoft.com
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2015
Reply-To: cpt.den.hall@gmail.com

My name is Capt Dennis Hall and I’m an officer of the US Army. Please kindly reply if you can assist me with the safe keeping of some packages from which we would benefit from. I will share more details with you once I get a positive feed back. Please get back to me through my private E-mail. {cpt.den.hall@gmail.com}

God Bless

Cpt. Dennis Hall.

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Ella Golan, Bank of Israel (scam alert)

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This is an example of a “mystery scam” message that claims to come from a bank official in Israel. But why would an Israeli bank official be writing to you? In reality, “Ella Golan” is just a name being used by a scammer who is trying to pick your pocket.

Subject: RELY
From: ms.ella
Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2015
Reply-To: ms.ella0451@foxmail.com

I am Ms. Ella Golan; the Vice President Banking Division with FIRST INTERNATIONAL BANK OF ISRAEL LTD (FIBI). I am getting in touch with you regarding an extremely important and urgent matter. If you would oblige me the opportunity, I shall provide you with details upon your response. Faithfully, Ms. Ella Golan.

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Mrs. Melanie Parker donation (scam alert)

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This is a typical example of a charity scam message that claims to have a fortune ready to deliver to you. If you make the mistake of replying, you will find that it’s just a new version of the good old advance-fee fraud.

From: Danielle Leroux Danielle.Leroux@sd41.bc.ca
Subject: Private Donation.
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2015
Reply-To: “mrs.ameliae@yahoo.com.hk”

Dearest,

I have decided to DONATE £6,000,000.00 Six Million Pounds to you for the good work of GOD to promote humanitarian works. I.e. and assisting the less privileged. Contact me privately Via E-mail ( perker198@yahoo.com.hk ) for details of claim.

Best Regards,
Mrs. Melanie Parker.

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Mark Damion, Western Union (scam alert)

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This is an example of a scam message claiming to come from Western Union. The scammer says that money has been sent to you — by why? And from whom? In reality, there is no money, and nothing has been sent. The only thing going on is a scammer trying to pick your pocket.

Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2015
From: frederick.williams12@cantv.net
Reply-To: w.office116@gmail.com
Subject: Good day!!

Good day, I’m western union Agent Mr.Mark Damion Your first payment of $5000.00 has been sent today via Western Union. You are advise to Contact WU with your full information to enable them give you Sender Name, Question and Answer to pick up your First Payment MTCN=8845-115-202 , For more information contact Mr. Mark Damion, Tell: +229 98889902 he’ll keep sending your payment until your total fund is Completed, send information such as, Your Name, Your Address and Your Telephone Number, Your country: Thank you for cooperation Best Regards, David John

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Osama Hussain Mansouri (scam alert)

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This is an example of a business scam message, probably sent to tens of thousands of random people around the world. (See more examples of business scams.) A rich Arab businessman wants to invest money in your projects (whatever they are). Unfortunately, it’s all a scam designed to pick your pocket:

Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2015
From: Osama Hussain Mansouri noreply@almansoorigroup.com
Reply-to: ohmansouri@gmail.com
Subject: INVESTMENT

Attention: Sir/Madam,

I am obliged to open this vital business discussion with you for a possible investment partnership.

We have the capacity to provide direct business funding for large investment projects from the network of wealthy Arab Businessmen and also from the Royal Household Investment Group.

Our investment capital for Europe and Asia is over USD$10 BILLION Dollars. And we have the funds right there In Europe and Asia. We Have funds under management of Finance Companies in (1) Belgium(2) Holland (3) Canada (4) United States of America (USA) (5) Indonesia (6) Malaysia (7) Turkey.

However, before we provide the investment funds, we would like to submit our Memorandum of Understanding/Agreement and Terms for your consideration and endorsement.

Before that, we shall need the following information?s:

1- Telephone Numbers and Fax
2- The investment Amount required

Kindly acknowledge my email for further information on the MOU and Investment Terms.

Regards,

Dr. Osama Hussain Mansouri – CEO
Al Mansoori Investment Group,
Saudi Arabia

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United Nations Charity Foundation (scam warning)

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This is an example of a charity scam message, very similar to the lottery scam messages that also circulate online. In this example, a charity you’ve probably never heard of has awarded you a fortune. What could be better? Unfortunately, “Jurgen Aschhoff” is just a name being used by a scammer to try to pick your pocket — don’t fall into the trap.

Reply-To: psriatcher@yahoo.com.hk
From: “Jurgen Aschhoff”meli@tesk.org.tr
Subject: Transfer Notification of US$2,620,000.00 to your bank account
Date: Sun, 15 Nov 2015

Reference No. UNF/CG-24021

Dear Sir,

RE: US$2,620,000.00 Grant Award Notification

Are you the owner of this email address? if yes, then congratulations!

This is to notify you that you have been selected by the board of trustees of the United Nations Charity Foundation based in the United Kingdom for a cash grant award of US$2,620,000.00 with reference No. UNF/CG-1802B, for your business, economic and social research developments of your community.

The United Nations Charity Foundation grant award is conducted online annually and geared towards global humanitarian development and poverty eradication.

Participants emails were choose worldwide from different categories based on their personal and business development of their respective environments.

For further details and to collect your US$2,620,000.00 cash grant award, kindly send your Official Name, telephone and fax number today by email with the above reference number.

Yours sincerely,

Jurgen Aschhoff
Notification Officer

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Ms Nimasha Rajitha (scam alert)

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This scam message is amusing because the message body is actually blank, and the whole text is included in the subject line. Although its format is unusual, this is in reality just another example of the good old widow-dying-of-cancer scam:

Sender: kevine807@yahoo.co.jp
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2015
From: Sis Nimasha Rajitha catherinenathaniel1942@gmail.com
Reply-To: Sis Nimasha Rajitha nimasharajitha@gmail.com

Subject: I’m Ms Nimasha Rajitha, an aging widow suffering from the cancer disease for a long period of time and my only son (Kevine) later died in a motor accident. I have (US $ 7.400.000) I want to donate for humanitarian aid. If you will be able to use these funds please reply to me.

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Richard Metcalf Cohen MBA, PhD (scam warning)

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This is a typical business-investment/loan-offer scam message. (Read more about how advance-fee scams of this kind work.) If you make the mistake of replying, the scammer will string you along until you send him an “advance fee” to start the (imaginary) loan going, and then he’ll disappear with your money, never to be heard from again.

Subject: Re: Business Proposal
From: “Richard Metcalf Cohen MBA, PhD.” newgencapital1@belltea.co.nz
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2015
Reply-To: newgencapital1@1email.eu

Attn: Dear sir/Madam,

We are offering you a business opportunity and providing investment funding in any lucrative business you possess the competence to manage.

We are an angel investment company based in London, United Kingdom and we offer funding in a form of a direct loan at a low interest rate at 5% per annum. We are also open to Joint Venture at 30% Return On Investment (R.O.I) for a period of 5 years with an option for re-investment once both parties involved are satisfied with the profit accrued from the project.

Feel free to send your business plan, executive summary and financial projection for review prior to funding. We are willing to sign a Non Disclosure agreement with you upon request for your protection.

We look forward to doing business with you.

Respectfully yours,

Richard Metcalf Cohen MBA, PhD.
CEO NEWGEN CAPITAL LTD

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Mr. Adams Shaibu, Money Gram (scam warning)

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This is an example of a typical advance fee fraud message. (Read more about how advance fee frauds work.) If you make the mistake of replying, the scammer who sent the message will do his best to transfer money from your pocket to his, since the fortune he says is available for you doesn’t exist.

Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2015
From: “Mr. Adams Shaibu.” samuelwomack@cantv.net
Reply-To: money.at.gram@foxmail.com
Subject: Your first Payment of $5000 usd is sent you today

Atten Beneficially,

Your first Payment of $5000 usd is sent you today,So kindly reconfirm your receiver’s name information to the money gram office for the approval of your fund payment of($3.500`000`00USD) to be sign and release to you immediately the you send the information below to them:Note that your payment files will be returned to the IMF within 24 hours if we did not hear from you, this was the instruction given to us by the IMF.

Receiver name:….
Country:………
Telephone:…..

Contact money gram office (( money.at.gram@foxmail.com ))

Name:Mr TONY MIKE
TEL: +22968721040

Our money gram office will release payment to you and maximum amount receiving each day from today is $5000 usd daily until the funds complete Transferred. Once we receive info.the transfer will commence.the IMF compensating all mail address and your name is listed one of the approved to pay sum of fund

Mrs.Francine Brown

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