Cancelled: Contact MoneyGram director

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The scam message below adopts a kind of reverse psychology that is common in many scam messages. What the scammer wants to do is get you on the hook and talking to him, so he can eventually reel you in. This message, therefore, doesn’t offer you money, it says that some previous offer of money has been cancelled — you missed your chance! He hopes you’ll reply and ask what happened, and then … he’ll pick your pocket.

Date: 29 Aug 2016
Reply-To: “ANDERSON DIRECTOR” andersondirector133@yahoo.com
Subject: Cancelled: contact money gram director

AUG 29 : “contact money gram director” has been cancelled

When: Monday, 29 August 2016, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time – Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London

Message: Attention, We have deposited the check of your fund ($4.700,000,00USD) through money gram after our finally meeting regarding your fund, All you will do is to contact money gram director DR.JOSE MALLAM via (moneygramofficebenin60@gmail.com ) He will give you more direction on how you will be receiving the funds daily. Remember to send him your Full information to avoid wrong transfer such as:

Receiver’s Name_______________
Address: ________________
Country: ____________
Phone Number: _____________
I.D Card:_____________

Though Mrs. Susan Kent has sent $7000 in your name today So contact their Director DR.JOSE MALLAM as soon as you receive this email or call him +229-9697-3503 and tell him to give you the Ref. Number, to pick the $7000 Please let us know as soon as you received all your fund,

Best regard
Mrs Grace Joe

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Ebrahim Talib, Bahrain Petroleum Company (scam warning)

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This is a “mystery scam” message that purports to offer you a business deal of $25 million. But what it is about? You can be sure that it’s “about” picking your pocket — the only “opportunity” that “Ebrahim Talib” has for you is the opportunity to be separated from your money.

From: “Murray, Aliya” Aliya.Murray@tdsb.on.ca
Subject: RE: Business Opprotunity
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2016 06:23:26 +0000

I have a business opprotunity of $25million for you , Proceed If Interested, Please
Reply To My Personal :
Email:ebrahimtalib6@gmail.com

Best Regards,
Mr.Ebrahim Talib
Deputy Chief Executive (Bahrain Petroleum Company)

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Qatar Foundation (scam alert)

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The message below is a typical example of a charity scam message, similar to the “You have won the lottery!” scams that many people are familiar with. Sad to say, the message isn’t from a real charity official, and you haven’t received a multi-million dollar donation.

Subject: Qatar Foundation Donation
From: Qatar Foundation invoicing@divisionsinc.com
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2016 16:43:36 -0700

Dear Recipient,

You have been selected to receive €950,000.00 Euro, from Qatar Foundation donation award. Kindly reply to the below e-mail for more details.

Yours sincerely,
Mr Rashid Al-Naimi.
Contact e-mail: qfdonationdpt@126.com
Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Foundation Endowment.

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Mr. Frank Moses, JFK Airport (scam warning)

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The message below is a typical example of an “abandoned shipment” scam. The scammer claims to be an airport official who has found an abandoned fortune, and in this case, it even has your name on it! Alas, there really is no abandoned fortune — there’s just a scammer, probably somewhere in Africa, who is trying to pick your pocket.

Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2016
From: “Mr. Frank Moses” WWW.@sirius.ocn.ne.jp
Reply-To: “Mr. Frank Moses” mrfrank.moses71@gmail.com
Subject: Dear owner

Dear owner

I am Mr. Frank Moses, Head Officer-in-Charge, Administrative Service Inspection Agency JFK – John F. Kennedy International Airport located in Queens, in the south-eastern portion of New York City. During our investigation, I discovered an abandoned shipment through a Diplomat from Africa, which was transferred from London Heath-row international Airport to our facility in us America , and when scanned it revealed an undisclosed sum of money in 2 Metal Trunk Boxes weighing approximately 110kg. The consignment was abandoned because the Content was not properly declared by the consignee as money rather it was declared as personal effect/classified document to either avoid diversion by the Shipping Agent or confiscation by the relevant authorities.

The diplomat’s inability to pay for Non Inspection fees $1,000 US DOLLARS OR to present Non inspection Certificate Document to back up the consignment are the reason why the consignment is delayed and abandoned but the Non inspection Certificate can only be obtained from Benin Republic IN Africa where the shipment was tagged in a lower price .By my assessment,each of the boxes contains about $4M or more.They are still left in the airport storage facility till today. The Consignments like I said are two metal trunk boxes weighing about 65kg each (Internal dimension: W61 x H156 x D73 (cm) effective capacity: 680 L) Approximately.

The details of the consignment including your name and email on the official document from PORTNOVO BENIN REPUBLIC IN AFRICA where the shipment was tagged as personal effects/classified document is still available with Airport Authority.as it stands now, you have to reconfirm your full name, Phone Number, full address so that I can cross-check and see if it corresponds with the one on the official documents. It is now left for you to decide if you still need the consignment or allow us repatriate it back to Africa (place of origin) as we were instructed.

As I did say again, the shipper abandoned it and ran away, most importantly because he gave a false declaration, he could not pay for the yellow tag, he could not secure a valid non inspection document(s), etc. I am ready to assist you in any way I can for you to get back this packages provided you will also give me something out of it (financial gratification). You can either come in person but their most be an interrogation, or i will help you engage the services of a secure shipping/delivery Company/agent that will provide the necessary security that is required to deliver the package to your doorstep or the destination of your choice. I need all the guarantee that I can get from you before I can get involved in this project. i am rest assured that these may or may not affect my job if care is not taking.

Please Reply this email strictly at (mrfrank.moses71@gmail.com) as i will prefare only e-mails on this PHONE NUMBER TO MY SECRETARY, MORGAN ELVIS:(530) 505-7268, please no phone calls.

Mr. Frank Moses
Head Officer-in-Charge
Administrative Service Inspection Unit,
E-mail: mrfrank.moses71@gmail.com

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Susanne Klatten Charity Foundation (scam alert)

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The message below, which was certainly sent randomly to thousands of people around the world, claims to be from a charitable organization that has a donation for you. In fact, it’s a standard example of a “charity scam” message. The sender is not from a charity — he’s just a scammer trying to pick your pocket by means of the old “advance fee fraud” technique.

Subject: *RE: Deposit|Charitable Gesture
From: Susanne Klatten sk@news.tchibo.de
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2016
Reply-To: susannecharityfoundation@aol.de

Hello Sir/Madam,

Your 3.7 million USD deposit from Susanne Klatten 50M Philanthropic Donation is ready.
Contact: susannecharityfoundation@aol.de

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Elsie Ward (mystery scam message)

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Some scammers send long elaborate messages, and some send short and mysterious messages — what I call “mystery scam” messages. The purpose of these short messages is to pique your curiosity so you will respond, and then once the scammer has you on the hook, he’ll spin out some elaborate story, all designed in the end to pick your pocket. The two-line message below is a good example of one of these “mystery scam” messages.

From: “Ward, Elsie” Elsie.Ward@marriott.com
Subject: FW: DEAL
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2016

I have a deal worth $48 Millions to discuss Reply to my private email (yinshin1@hotmail.com) for details

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Sgt. Allen K. Teasley (scam warning)

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The message below is a typical example of a “war zone scam.” The scammer claims to be a soldier in a war zone somewhere in the world, and he has found a stash of money, or a box of gold, or a hoard of diamonds, maybe abandoned by the previous dictator of the country. If you’ll just help the soldier get the money out of the country, you can have a cut, he says (like every other advance-fee fraudster). In fact, there is no cash and no real soldier: there’s just a scammer trying to pick your pocket.

Subject: Reply
From: “Sgt Allen K. Teasley” sgtkb@livemail.com.ua
Date: Sun, 07 Aug 2016
Reply-To: freddiejohnson65@rocketmail.com

Hi,

My name is Sgt Allen K. Teasley, I am serving in the US military in afghanistan with the army infantry division, I have some amount of funds that I want to move out of the country, e-mail me allen_keithteasley@yahoo.com for more details.

Thanks and best Regards.

Sgt Allen K. Teasley

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