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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Aazar A. Khwaja, Dubai (scam alert)

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The message below is a typical example of an advance fee fraud message. The scammer claims to be a bank official with a lucrative proposition for you, probably involving asking you to pose as next-of-kin to some deceased millionaire. Alas, the scammer is no bank official — he’s just a fraudster trying to pick your pocket.

From: “Aazar .A. Khwaja ” chris.woitaschik@gmx.de
Subject: ATTENTION BENEFICIARY,
Reply-To: zarkhwaja58@gmail.com
Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2016

Greetings from U.A.E to you My Dear friend,

How are you doing today hope I met you in good health?

I am Mr.Aazar .A. Khwaja Group Treasurer Officer of Emirates NBD Dubai. I have a bussness matter of great importance, proposal worth of $30,000,000.00 (Thirty Million United State Dollars) for you that has to do with your name.

Have a nice day and God bless. Anticipating your prompt response.

Regards.

Mr.Aazar .A. Khwaja
Group Treasurer Officer of Emirates NBD

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Mr. Nii Okai Nunoo (scam warning)

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You don’t have to be able to read German to recognize the message below as a standard African 419 scam message, just by its format. The scammer claims to be an African bank official (a common pitch), and if you’ll just help him extract some money from his bank you can have a cut of the proceeds. It may be in a different language, but it’s the same old scam.

Reply-To: bemalex1@yahoo.co.jp
From: “Mr. Nii Okai Nunoo” no_reply@project.org
Subject: Guten Tag an Sie
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2016

Guten Tag an Sie,

Meine Namen sind Herr Nii Okai Nunoo, Bereich Head of Corporate Affairs in einer Bank hier in Ghana. Ich bin in die hohe Meinung auf eine Business At Hand kontaktieren Sie, die uns beide Privileg wird eine Chance fur Lebenszeit Gunst.

Es ist die Summe von $11,500,000.00 (11,5 Millionen Dollar) die durch eine Uberziehung von auslandischen Vertrage ungeklart war. Ich habe dieses Mittel auf mit keine Begunstigten in einem Nastro-Vastro-Konto Konto platziert. Als Detektiv und Leiter des Rechnungswesens ist es meine Pflicht, Finanzbericht an unsere regionalen Head Quarters zu senden.

Allerdings brauche ich Ihre ehrliche Unterstutzung und Zusammenarbeit, damit ich meine Position im Buro benutzen kann, diese Mittel in Ihrem Namen als Begunstigter bei Barzahlung rechtlich zu kanalisieren und Sie 50% als Entgelt fur Ihre Unterstutzung nehmen.

Bist du interessiert Kontakt mich nur an meine e-Mail mit Ihrem Namen, Adresse und Telefonnummer an: an40637@gmail.com

Danke,
Mr. Nii Okai Nunoo

Here’s a rendering into English from Google’s automatic translation service. It’s fragmentary, of course, but it shows the message for what it is:

Good day to you,

My name is Mr. Nii Okai Nunoo, Area Head of Corporate Affairs in a bank here in Ghana. I’m in the high opinion on a Business At Hand contact that is both of us privilege a chance for lifetime favor.

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Are you interested contact me only on my e-mail with your name, address and telephone number to: an40637@gmail.com

Thank you,
Mr. Nii Okai Nunoo

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Coca-Cola Foundation Lottery (scam alert)

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You don’t have to be able to read German to recognize the short message below as a standard lottery scam message. It was probably sent randomly today to thousands or tens of thousands of people around the world. Always remember the first rule of lotteries: if you didn’t actually enter, you certainly didn’t win.

Reply-To: info.coca-colaPromotions@gmx.us
From: “COCA-COLA FOUNDATION” cocacola.winners2016@gmail.com
Subject: Offizielle Mitteilung !!!
Date: Sun, 8 May 2016

Sehr geehrte GEWINNER,

Bitte, siehe das angefügte vertrauliche E-mail von der Spanischen Lotterie Kommission. Bitte SEHR VERTRAULICH ZU BEHANDELN !!!

Grüße

FELIX GARRY HERNANDEZ
(PROGRAMME DIREKTOR)

Here is an automated translation to show what the scammer is saying in English:

Dear WINNERS,

Please, see the attached confidential e-mail from the Spanish lottery commission. Please TREAT AS VERY CONFIDENTIAL!!!

Greetings

FELIX HERNANDEZ GARRY
(PROGRAMS DIRECTOR)

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Antonio Vinal (scam warning)

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This is a typical example of a “mystery scam” message. “Antonio Vinal” has an important matter to discuss with you. But what is it? A business opportunity? An abandoned bank account? A secret consignment of gold bullion? Whatever it it, you can be sure it’s a scam!

Reply-To: jscregoffice@postino.net
From: “Antonio Vinal” toniovinal@lycos.com
Subject: Please respond!
Date: Sat, 27 Feb 2016

Please respond!!!
Hello friend!

I would like to contact you personally for an important proposal that could of interest to you.

I send this email only to know if this email address is functional.

I have something very important to discuss with you. Contact me for details by:
Email: barantoniovinal@excite.co.jp with your direct contacts.

Kind regards.
Antonio Vinal.

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Fleesensee Sportanlagen GmbH
Tannenweg 1, D-17213 Goehren – Lebbin
Tel.:
Fax:
Mailto:
Internet: http://www.golfclub-fleesensee.de

Fleesensee Sportanlagen GmbH
Geschaftsfuhrer: Jorg Steffan, Wolfgang Hilleke, Bjorn Volz
Amtsgericht Neubrandenburg HRB 20208

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Die aufgelaufenen Zinsen (Accrued interest) (scam alert)

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You don’t have to be able to read German to recognize the message below as a standard type of bank scam. Whether in English or German, you can be sure the scammer is telling you that there’s a large sum of money ready to be delivered to you if you’ll just supply the needed information. And you can be sure that the person behind it is just one more scammer trying to pick your pocket.

Subject: Die aufgelaufenen Zinsen (Accrued interest)
From: Dr David Moore wons9@dilaminic.sz.cx
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2016
Reply-To: moore61947@gmail.com

Weltbank-Gruppe UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
42, 122 E 42nd St, New York, NY 10168, USA
Die aufgelaufenen Zinsen Zahlungseinheit / INTELLIGENT DEPARTMENT
Telefon + 1-7169022295 = Fax + -1 -7162427998
Unsere Referenz: WBA / AGF / IPIX / 16
Achtung: Esteem Begünstigte

THEMA: Die aufgelaufenen Zinsen Zahlungsmitteilung

Wir, die Weltbank Wirtschaftsprüfer finden es notwendig, dass Sie heute darüber informieren, dass eine Zahlungsdatei in Ihrem Namen unter den (378) bonefied Gläubiger bei unserem Besuch hier in New York Amerika, über die allgemeine Finanzabschlussprüfung Verschuldung / Transaktion Versöhnung für das Jahr gefunden wurde, 2014/2015. Die aufgelaufenen Zinsen tritt als Folge der Zeitunterschied von Cashflows Transaktion sowohl der Vergangenheit und Gegenwart; es entstand aus Massenweltbank unterstützt Projekt.

Während die Ursache der anhaltenden allgemeinen jährlichen Revision, entdeckten wir eine Überlauf Fonds in unserer Finanzcomputerdatenbanksystem, bei dem nach viel sorgfältiger Prüfung auf die Überlaufmittel, bestätigten wir einen aufgelaufenen Zinsen Summe USD 2,182 $ 000,00 ergab durch Vertrag lange Zeit / Lotterie / ATM-Karte und Vererbung Zahlungen im Rahmen der Weltbank Tochtergesellschaften im Laufe der Jahre, nachdem dumpf Überlegung auf die Zinsfonds von der Bank Bord, schlossen wir die Zins Mittel an die Begünstigten auszahlen.

Basierend auf diesem Sinne, werden Sie aufgefordert, Ihre vollständige Informationen wie Ihre Adresse und Telefon-Nummer und auch Möglichkeit, Ihre Zahlung zu unterbreiten, wie Sie es vorziehen, Ihre Zinszahlung zu erhalten und uns den Betrag USD 2,182 $ 000,00 fällig Ihren Namen verarbeiten, damit auf der Eingang der oben genannten Anforderung werden wir Ihre aufgelaufenen Zinsen Gelder so schnell wie möglich bearbeiten.

Hinweis: Ihre aufgelaufenen Zinsen Zahlungsfreigabe Verarbeitung rechtlich von Betrug / Täuschung Unterdrückung mit Ausgabe von Anti-Scam-Zertifikat geschützt ist; Sie Kopie des Anti-Betrug durch die zuständige Behörde erhalten, Ihre aufgelaufenen entstand aus Massenweltbank unterstützt Projektmittel prüfte sorgfältig. Es besteht aus der durchgeführten Transaktionen ab und der Vergangenheit, die das Interesse nicht beansprucht in Ihrem Namen zu lesen ist.
Nehmen Sie unsere Glückwünsche während freuen uns auf Ihre loyalen maximale Reaktion zu haben,

Freundliche Grüße

Dr. David Moore
Direktor der Weltbank aufgelaufenen Zins amerikanischen Büro.

And here is an automated translation into English that shows the message for what it is:

World Bank Group UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
42, 122 E 42nd St, New York, NY 10168, USA
Accrued interest payment unit / INTELLIGENT DEPARTMENT
Phone + 1-7169022295 = Fax + -1 -7162427998
Our reference: WBA / AGF / IPIX / 16
Warning: Esteem beneficiary

TOPIC: Accrued interest payment notice

We, the World Bank auditors found it necessary to inform you today that a payment file on your behalf at the (378) bonefied creditors during our visit here in New York America, about the general financial audit debt / transaction was found reconciliation for the year , 2014/2015. Accrued interest occurs as a result of the time difference of cash flow transaction, both the past and present; it originated from mass World Bank supported project.

While the cause of the prolonged general annual audit, we discovered an overflow funds in our financial computer database system, in which, after much careful consideration to the overflow means, we confirmed an accrued interest amount USD 2,182 $ 000.00 returned by contract long time / lottery / ATM map and inheritance payments under the world Bank subsidiaries over the years, after a dull reflection on the interest fund of the bank board, we closed the interest funds to beneficiaries pay.

Based on this spirit, you will be prompted to enter your full details such as your address and telephone number and also possibility to submit your payment how you prefer to receive your interest payment and us the amount USD 2,182 $ 000.00 due your name process, so that on receipt of the above request, we will process your interest accrued funds as quickly as possible.

Note: Your accrued interest payment approval processing is legally protected against fraud / deception suppression with the issue of anti-scam certificate; You will receive a copy of the anti-fraud by the competent authority, your accrued originated from mass World Bank supported project means carefully reviewed. It is starting from the transactions carried out and the past, the unclaimed interest is to read on your behalf.

Take our congratulations during pleased to welcome to your sincere maximum response,

regards
Dr. David Moore
World Bank Director accrued interest American office.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Schubert, Dying Widow (scam alert)

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This is a classic example of the old “dying widow scam” complete with all the trimmings: a rich late husband, poor orphans, a few weeks to live, and Biblical invocations. (See more examples of dying widow scams.) This example is better written than most, and because it isn’t in broken English it just may trick a few people — don’t fall into the trap!

Reply-To: elizabethschubert65@hotmail.com
From: “Mrs. Elizabeth Schubert” mtn_condominios@vodafone.pt
Subject: Urgent Reply Needed
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2015

No.36 Kinshasa Avenue, East Legon.,
Accra,Republic of Ghana.

Greetings !

I am Mrs.Elizabeth Schubert now undergoing medical treatment.I am married to Dr.Schubert who worked with German Embassy in Republic of Ghana before he died in the year 2006.

We were married for eleven years without a child. He died after a brief illness that lasted for only four days.Before his death we were both born again Christians. I decided not to re-marry or get a child outside my matrimonial home, which the Bible is against. When my late husband was alive he deposited the sum of US$6,500,000.00 with a Bank in West Africa, this money is still with the Bank.

Recently, my Doctor told me that I would not Last for the next three months due to cancer and what disturbs me most is my stroke. Having known my condition I decided to donate this fund to church or better still a Christian individual that will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct here in.

I want a church or individual that will use this money to fund churches, orphanages and widows propagating the word Of God and to ensure that the house of God is maintained. The Bible made us to understand that blessed is the hand that giveth. I took this decision because I don’t have any child that will inherit this money.

I cannot rely on family and closest relatives any more, as they did not show responsible behavior when I entrusted part of my wealth to them to distribute to charitable organizations but instead used the money for their personal needs.

To prevent any more mishaps, my attorney will act as a check, monitoring every aspect of the Charity organizations.

I sincerely request for your assistance in this humanitarian work. I want the bank to transfer the fund to your bank account so that you will use 80% of the fund to help the following people:

1, Motherless babies.
2, Widows.
3, Disable people.

The 20% of the fund is for you and your family, if you will accept to do this humanitarian work. You will promised me that you will not disappoint me when the fund will be transferred to your bank account there in your country, and you will also assured me that you will use the 80% of the money for the said purpose.

Reply to me urgently if you are interested in this transaction because any delay to your response will give me a room to look for another reliable person for the same purpose, hoping to hear from you.

Whatever the case might be, just put me in prayers at all times.

May the almighty God bless you.

Reply me Back at: elizabethschubert65@hotmail.com

Get back to me for more details.

Mrs. Elizabeth Schubert

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Horst Foundation (donation scam)

This is a type of scam message that has become quite common in recent months, and is being sent to thousands (and perhaps millions) of people around the world.

The scammer says you have received a donation and need to contact him immediately. (And who wouldn’t be delighted to receive a donation?) The scammer’s strategy is just to get you on the hook and talking, like a telephone salesman who figures if he can keep you talking he can eventually make a sale. The scammer here just wants to get you talking, and then he figures he’ll be able to find some way to pick your pocket (probably by requesting an advance fee before your supposed donation can be sent).

Date: Tue, 08 Sep 2015
From: Horst Foundation joerg.peuckert@uni-jena.de
Subject: NYC
Reply-to: iracurrye@gmail.com

You have a personal donation of five hundred and fifty thousand dollars From a Mega Million winner reply immediately for more information.

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Syria Email Scams

The wars in the Middle East are tragic, and (sad to say) tragic war zones attract scammers who try to make money from other people’s suffering. (See more examples of war zone scams.) You don’t have to be able to read German to recognize the message below as a standard advance fee fraud message. “Marwan Abadi” claims to have a fortune locked away in a security vault, and if you’ll only help him get out of Syria he’ll cut you in on part of the money:

Date: Fri, 4 Sep 2015
From: jennybuchgraber@networld.at
Subject: Ich schreibe Ihnen, um Ihnen privat meine Qual in Syrien mitzuteilen

Ich schreibe Ihnen, um Ihnen privat meine Qual in Syrien mitzuteilen.

Mein Name ist Marwan Abadi, syrischer Staatsbürger. Mein Vater wurde in einer Stadt in Syrien getötet und sein Unternehmen niedergebrannt, weil er Rebellen unterstützt hat (der Syrische Nationalrat), der aktuell dafür kämpft, Syrer aus der Staatsgewalt von Präsident Bashar Al-Assad zu befreien.

Ich habe meinen Vater Sheik Abu Ibrahim Abadi verloren und seine Firma in Damaskus und das meiste des Familienvermögens, da die loyale Gewalt zu Präsident Bashar Al-Assad behauptet hat, dass mein Vater die Rebellen unterstützt und finanziert. So musste ich mit meiner Frau und Kindern flüchten und bin nun in einem Flüchtlingscamp in Syrien. Vor seinem Tod hat mein Vater 11,8 Millionen Euro (elf Millionen acht hundert tausend Euro) bei einer Sicherheitsfirma hinterlegt. Das ist das Einzige was mir und meiner Familie geblieben ist. Wir suchen nach einer Möglichkeit nach Geschäftspartnern in Ausland, denn in Syrien scheinen die politischen Unruhen für lange Zeit anzudauern.

Wir wollen investieren und von dem Geld in Ihrem Land Gebrauch machen, vielleicht dorthin übersiedeln bis die Krise in Syrien endgültig beendet ist.

Es gibt zwei Möglichkeiten wie die Überweisung geschehen kann. Das Kapital kann auf Ihr Konto überwiesen werden oder in bar von einem registrierten Diplomaten in Ihr Land gesendet werden. Ich kann versichern, dass die Überweisung reibungslos verläuft. Bitte teilen Sie mir mit, mit welcher Methode Sie mit uns arbeiten wollen, sodass wir mit den Maßnahmen beginnen können.

Sie können mich gerne jederzeit kontaktieren (abadimarwan01@gmail.com)

Lassen Sie mich hier enden, in der Hoffnung, eine rasche Antwort von Ihnen zu erhalten.

Here’s a general translation of the text (from German scam to English scam):

I am writing to you privately share my agony in Syria.

My name is Marwan Abadi, Syrian citizen. My father was in a Killed city in Syria and burned his company because he rebels support has (the Syrian National Council), currently fighting for Syrians to exempt from the state power of President Bashar Al-Assad.

I have my father Sheik Abu Ibrahim lost Abadi and his company in Damascus and most of the family’s wealth, because the loyal violence President Bashar Al-Assad has claimed that my father the rebels supported and financed. So I had to flee with my wife and kids and am now in a refugee camp in Syria. Before his death, my father 11.8 million Euro (11,000,008 hundred thousand euros) at a Security company deposited. That’s the only thing that me and my family has remained. We are looking for an opportunity for business partners in Abroad, because in Syria appear to the political turmoil for a long time to persist.

We want to invest and make use of the money in your country,maybe there are moving to the crisis in Syria is permanently discontinued.

There are two ways how the transfer can be done. The capital can be transferred to your bank account or in cash by a registered Diplomats are sent to your country. I can assure you that the Transfer proceeds smoothly. Please tell me, with what Method you want to work with us so we could start with the measures can.

You can feel free to contact me at any time (abadimarwan01@gmail.com)

Let me end here, in the hope of a quick response from you to obtain.

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