Mrs. Jovann Mafra (scam warning)

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The message below is an example of the “dying widow” scam. The scammer claims to be a very wealthy woman with no children, and she wants your help to distribute her fortune to charity after she dies. You can have a percentage of course. Alas, there really is no rich widow and no fortune: there is only a scammer trying to find a way to empty your wallet.

Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2016
From: h.me58@aol.fr
Subject: Dear good day friend,

Dear good day friend,

I greet you with the name in the name of the LORD Almighty the giver of every good thing. Good day and compliments of the seasons, I know it is true that this letter may come to you as a surprise. Nevertheless, I humbly ask you to give me your attention and hear me well., but I implore you to take the time to go through it carefull yas the decision you make will go off a long way to determine my futur eand continued existence. I am Mrs. Jovann Mafra widow of 58 years old suffering from long time illness. I have some funds I inherited from my late husband, the sum of (23.5 Million Dollars) and I needed a very honest and God fearing who can withdraw this money then use the funds for Charity works. I WISH TO GIVE THIS FUNDS TO YOU FOR CHARITY WORKS. I found your email address from the internet after honest prayers to the LORD to bring me a helper and i decided to contact you if you may be willing and interested to handle these trust funds in good faith before anything happens to me.

Having known my condition I decided to donate this money to Churches, organizations or good person that will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct herein. I want you to use this money for Churches, Charity organizations, orphanages, widows and other people that are in need. l took this decision because I don’t have any child that will inherit this money . Moreover, my husband relatives are not close to me since I develop a Cancer problem and it had been their wish to see me dead in order to inherit his wealth since we have no Child. These people are not worthy of this inheritance. This is why I am taking this decision.

I want your urgent reply to me so that I will give you the deposit receipt which the COMPANY issued to me as next of kin for immediate transfer of the money to your account in your country, to start the good work of God, I am desperately in keen need of assistance and I have summoned up courage to contact you for this task, you must not fail me and the millions of the poor people in our todays WORLD. This is no stolen money and there are no dangers involved,100% RISK FREE with full legal proof. Please if you would be able to use the funds for the Charity works kindly let me know immediately. I will appreciate your utmost confidentiality and trust in this matter to accomplish my heart desire, as I don’t want anything that will jeopardize my last wish. I want you to take 40 percent of the total money for your personal use while 60% of the money will go to charity.I will appreciate your utmost confidentiality and trust in this matter to accomplish my heart desire, as I don’t want anything that will jeopardize my last wish. Any delay in your reply may give me room to look for another good person for this same purpose. Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I stated herein. I don’t need any telephone communication in this regard because of my ill-health. Your urgently responses is needed through this email address: = ( mrs.jovannmafra@gmail.com )

Thanks and Remain blessed
Yours Sister in The Lord,
Mrs. Jovann Mafra.

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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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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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Barrister Campbell Chen (scam alert)

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This is a typical charity scam message, supposed sent from an international lawyer’s office (a common scammer strategy). In reality, it was probably sent from a cheap Internet cafe in a third world country — there is no charity and no lawyer. There’s just a scammer trying to pick your pocket.

Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2016
Subject: CHARITY BOND
From: “Barr Campbell Chen” campbellchen@gmail.com
Reply-To: campbellchen@kcchambers.biz

Barrister Campbell Chen ESQ
KC Chambers U.K
36 Balls Pond Rd,
London N1 4AU,
United Kingdom
(44)07031961688

Attn:

As Legal director of Kc Chambers U.K and also the legal solicitor to Lloyds Bank, I want to cordially informed that a ST. Vincent Charity Trust Fund Bond of 76,000,000 USD deposited with Lloyds Bank has been released to your name and to enable these bonds be liquidated to cash and 70% allocated for charity distribution to the needy while you take 30% for your charitable committment.

You are required to provide your full details with a copy of your International Passport or Driver’s License and the filled affidavit form to this email adress: campbellchen@kcchambers.biz to process the legal endorsements to release of the cash to you.

Get back to me urgently, so the litigation process for the release can take place immediately.

Best Regards,

Barrister Campbell Chen ESQ

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Susanne Hanne Ursula Klatten (scam warning)

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This is an example of a typical charity scam message. The scammer pretends to be offering you a charitable donation, but like all other advance fee fraudsters, she’s really just trying to pick your pocket.

Subject: Charity give out
From: Susanne Hanne Ursula Klatten info@messanger.com
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016
Reply-To: susannehanneursulaklatten@aol.com

Dear Recipient
Am making charitable donation of $ 50 M to 13 People as my philanthropic gesture to the world. Interested individuals should contact me with these Code DON/CH2016′.

Email:susannehanneursulaklatten@aol.com

Susanne Hanne Ursula Klatten

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Angela Maxwell Donation Scam

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The message below is an example of an increasingly common type of scam. It claims to come from a real lottery winner who wants to donate part of her fortune to you. What could be better? Alas, the message isn’t from a real lottery winner — it’s just from a scammer trying to pick your pocket.

Subject: Donation For You
From: wsc@mutucertification.com
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2016
Reply-To: richard2478@myself.com

Beloved family of Mr. Howhannes Sarkisjan . Angela Maxwell has donated the sum of Eight hundred thousand euro (800,000.00 euro) to you from part of their lucky life-changing Jackpot of 53 Million from Euro-millions Lottery. please see our interview by visiting the web page below; View link:
https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/life-changing/winner-euromillions-maxwell
Your email address was submitted to my wife and I by the Google Management Team and you received this email because we have listed you as one of the lucky millionaires, Kindly send us the below details so that we can direct our Bank to effect a valid Bank Draft in your name to your operational bank account in your country.
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Full Name:
Country:
Age:
Occupation:
Sex:
Mobile/Tel:
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I………………….hereby Declare that the above information is true and binding on me. If at any time it is discovered that I have given false information, I will forfeit my rights to my donation. View link:
https://www.national-lottery.co.uk/life-changing/winner-euromillions-maxwell

Thank you and accept our hearty congratulations!

Warm Regards,
Mr. Richard & Mrs. Angela Maxwell
Email: richangel@myself.com

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John & Lisa Robinson Powerball Scam

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The message below is a type of scam that is becoming more common. The scammer claims to have recently won a lottery, and often uses the name of an actual lottery winner (someone not involved in the scam in any way). The scammer tells you that he wants to share his winnings with you — and from that point on the scam becomes an just another example of the good old advance fee fraud:

reply-to: jlisa.robinson1@gmail.com
date: Sun, 03 Jul 16
subject: we Have Private Donation For You
from: John & Lisa Robinson bauzabecca@speedy.com.ar

Dear Sir / Madam,

This is a personal email directed to you. My wife and I won a PowerBall of $528 jackpot on January 15, 2016 and we have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of ONE MILLION Dollar to you as part of our own charity project to improve the lots of 15-20 lucky individuals all over the world plus 15 close friends and family.

We believe that this wonderful opportunity came to us from God and we cannot keep it to ourselves alone, Your contact was submitted to us by Google Management Team and you received this email because we have short listed you as one of the lucky recipients, If you have received this email then you are one of the lucky winner and all you have to do is get back to us this email ( jlisa.robinson1@gmail.com ) with your particulars so that we can send your details to the pay-out bank.

You can verify this by visiting the web pages below to see our interview and send your response back to us.


http://www.cbsnews.com/news/powerball-winners-tennessee-identified-john-robinson-lisa-robinson

And one more thing, this donation is made out to you as to enable you strengthen your personal issues and mostly to generously help us extend hands of giving to the less privilege, orphans and charity organizations within your locality.

We await your urgent response Via email jlisa.robinson1@gmail.com

Good-luck,
Lisa and John Robinson

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Dale Weitz (charity scam warning)

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The message below is a typical example of a charity scam. The scammer claims you will be given an award, provided you use it for the benefit of needy widows and orphans. Unfortunately there is really no award and no charity organization involved — there’s just a scammer trying to extract some “charity” from your pocket.

Subject: Congratulations!!! You are one of the Winner
From: “Dale Weitz” charity_service@financier.com
Date: Mon, 04 Jul 2016
Reply-To: charity_service@financier.com

Dear Sir/Ma,

We shall formally introduce our self to you.We are a charity organisation that the constitution permits to better the life of orphans,destitute,disabled and other forms of assignable problems.

The law binding the united kingdom district stipulates that we are to collate information from our selected raffle draw across the uk, Europe, America etc. This collation is done and winners are selected from the raffle draw.

We are delighted to inform you that you have been selected as this years raffle winner. The funds you have won is Three Million Pounds which is to be paid in two installments.

Please take note that your ticket number is stated below:

REF: Winning Numbers: 14 – 77 – 23 – 28 – 42 – 49 – 55.
Ref: BNS-NL/0508/04.VOL.2/UK.
Ref: BNS-NL/02CTG/0508/04/UK.

Please keep the reference and process very confidential as we will not be held responsible for any third party conduct.

For further instruction on how to receive your raffle kindly contact the Financial vault service via email stated below:

Email: vault_service@mail2consultant.com

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Ivory Coast Scam

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This message is a classic example of an African “419 scam,” claiming to come from the Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire), where a lot of scammers are based. It’s the “wealthy widow” version of the scam, but it has the same goal as all the other versions: to pick your pocket.

Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2016
From: Juliana Timothy mrsjulianatimothy@gmail.com
Reply-To: Juliana Timothy juliana_timothy@yahoo.co.jp
Subject: My Dear Beloved in Christ

My Dear Beloved in Christ

Greetings to you and your family. I am Mrs. Juliana Timothy A widow to late Mr. Johnson Timothy of Ivory Coast” I am 58 years old, my late Husband was a Director with the Construction Company here before his Sudden Death in this Country’s present political Crisis 2013, but before his death, he Deposited the Sum of¨$4 Million US dollars with one of the Bank here in Ivory Coast with my name and i am suffering from pancreatic cancer, My condition is really bad and it is quite obvious that I won’t live more than two months according to my doctors, and i have no Child who is going to take care of this Huge amount of Money, I am willing to donate the sum of $4,Million US dollars for you to help widows and the less privileged ones in the rural and urban areas and to carry out charity works in your Country and around the World on my Behalf

Waiting for your Urgent Responds.
Remain blessed in the name of the Lord.
Yours in Christ.
Mrs. Juliana Timothy

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Ugo Verni Donation (scam warning)

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The message below is an example of a mystery-charity scam. “Ugo Verni” has a large donation for you — but who is he and what is it for? Who he is — that’s a simple question: he is a scammer. What is the “donation” for? The “donation” (which doesn’t exist) is designed to pick your pocket.

Subject: DONATION TO YOUR FAMILY AND COMMUNITY.
From: “ugo.verni”
Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2016
Reply-To: ugo.verni@aol.com

My name is Ugo Verni and I have an urgent donation information for you which will benefit you and your entire family, with the less privileged in your local community. Respond back to this email immediately so as to enable me provide you with the complete information regarding this donation.

God Bless you richly.

Ugo Verni.

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