Mrs. Stella Gallas (scam alert!)

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The message below (show in yellow) is a good example of the “Dying Widow Scam.” The sender claims to be a wealthy widow with no children who needs your help in giving away her fortune before she dies. Alas, there really is no wealthy widow and no fortune — there’s just a scammer trying to pick your pocket. Don’t be fooled!

FROM: Mrs Stella Gallas stellagallas1@gmail.com via comisasal.com
DATE: Fri, Jan 11, 9:11 AM (5 days ago)
SUBJ: Re /

Dearest one in the Lord.

It is my pleasure to write to you after considering your profile My name is STELLA GALLAS a nationality of Kuwait. I am married to MR.MARTINS GALLAS who worked with Kuwait Company in United Kingdom for nine years 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.

When my late husband was alive we deposited the sum of $8.3Million (Eight Million three hundred thousand U.S. Dollars) with a BANK in London Presently, 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 problem. Though 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 herein. I want you to use this fund for churches, orphanages, Research centres and widows propagating to 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 bold decision because I don’t have any child that will inherit this money and my husband’s relatives are not Christians and I don’t want my family hard earned money to be misused by unbelievers. I don’t want a situation where this money will be used in an ungodly manner. Hence the reason for taking this bold decision.

I am not afraid of death hence I know where I am going to. I know that I am going to be in the bosom of the Lord. Exodus 14 VS 14 says that the lord will fight my case and I shall hold my peace. With God all things are possible. As soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact of the BANK. I will also issue you a letter of authority that will empower you as the new beneficiary of this fund. I want you and the church to always pray for me because the lord is my Shepherd. My happiness is that I lived a life of a worthy Christian.

Whoever that wants to serve the Lord must serve him in spirit and truth. Please always be prayerful all through your life. Any delay in your reply will give me room in sourcing for a church or Christian individual for this same purpose. Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I stated here in.

Hoping to hearing from you soon.

Remain blessed in the name of the Lord.

Yours-in-Christ,

MRS. STELLA GALLAS

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Portfolio Managements & Funding (scam alert)

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The message below is a good example of a business investment scam. How can you tell? Well, for one thing it claims to come from a UK company but is written in poor English. And also, note that the “From” address is a different name that the person supposedly signing the message (and the “From” address is in Japan, while the sender claims to be from the UK). The verdict? It’s a scam!

Subj: Portfolio Managements & Funding
From: ANTHONY BENNETT 0@mbd.ocn.ne.jp
Date: Dec 20, 2018, 2:35 PM

Dear Sir/Madam

We are a private registered financial investment company based in UK

I have the mandate of a private investor who wish to invest his funds without the mention of his name. These funds ranges from 500 Million USD and above.

As a Private financial and investment company, we are seeking for individuals who has funds management abilities that can manage the funds into a profitable investment.

Ensuing from these funds, we are also able to provide financial banking instruments as BGs, SBLCs and comfort letter of credits for any projects requiring such supports.

If you have any clients in need of Loans to support his existing project, we can be able to work with such individuals.

Sincerely,

Mr. Bryan Holland

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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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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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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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St. Vincent Charity Scam

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The message below is an example of a fake charity scam — a type of advance fee fraud. The scammer claims to have a charitable donation for you, but in reality there is no donation and no real charity is involved. The scammer presents that fake information to try to get you to reply, and then he will tell you to just send a small “processing fee” and he will release your donation. If you make the mistake of paying, he will disappear with your money, never to be heard from again.

Subject: CHARITY BOND
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016
From: “Barr. Campbell Chen” noreply@kcchambers.biz
Reply-To: campbellchen@kcchambers.biz

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

Attn:

As the legal solicitor to Lloyds TSB , I want to cordially informed that a ST.Vincent Charity Trust Fund Bond of 76,000,000 USD has been deposited in your name and to enable these bonds be liquidated to cash and allocated to you for charity distribution to the needy.

You are required to provide your full details with a copy of your International Passport or Driver’s License to this email address:campbellchen@kcchambers.biz process the legal release of 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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Mrs. Vivian Rorent (scam alert)

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This is a typical example of the old “dying widow scam.” The scammer, using the name “Vivian Rorent,” says he has inherited a fortune but is dying of cancer and has no one to bequeath it to. Would you help by distributing the money to worthy orphans? Alas, it’s just one more example of the old-fashioned advance fee fraud that’s been around for many years.

Date: Sat, 23 Apr 2016
From: MRS VIVIAN RORENT nounai_happy@yahoo.co.jp
Reply-To: MRS VIVIAN RORENT vivian1010210@yahoo.co.jp
Subject: GOD IS WITH US

Dearest one in Christ Jesus how are you doing today? however is not mandatory nor will I in any manner compel you to honour against your will. I am Mrs Vivian Rorent from United Kingdom.

I married to Mr.Rorent Betes from Toronto Canada who worked with Canadian Embassy here in Cote d’Ivoire for nine years before he died in the year 2011.

Before his death we were both born again Christian. Since his death I decided not to remarry or get a child outside my matrimonial home which the Bible is against.

When my late husband was alive he deposited the sum of $4.5 Million in a bank.

Recently, my DOCTOR told me that I would not last for the next Eight months due to cancer problem. Having known my condition I decided to donate this fund to a Orphanage or good Christian that will utilize this money the way I am going to instruct here in.

I want a Church organization or good person that will use this fund for orphanages, widows, propagating the word of God and to endeavor that the house of God is maintained.

l took this decision because I don’t have any child that will inherit this money and my husband relatives are not Christians not even good at all because they are the one that killed my husband in other to have all my late husband properties and I don’t want my husband’s efforts to be used by unbelievers. I don’t want a situation where this money will be used in an ungodly way.

This is why I am taking this decision. I am not afraid of death hence I know where I am going. I know that I am going to be in the bosom of the Lord.Exodus 14 VS 14 says that “the lord will fight my case and I shall hold my peace”. With God all things are possible.

As soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact of the Bank . I will also issue you an authority letter that will prove you the present beneficiary of this fund. I want you to always pray for me because the lord is my shepherd.

My happiness is that I lived a life of a worthy Christian. Whoever that Wants to serve the Lord must serve him in spirit and Truth. Please always be prayerful all through your life.

Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I Stated here in.

Hoping to receive your response immediately.

Thanks and Remain blessed in the Lord.
Mrs Vivian Rorent

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Camelot Group Award UK (lottery scam)

This is a typical example of a lottery scam message. Who wouldn’t want to win a fortune? If you make the mistake of replying, the scammer will say that you have to pay “transaction fees” or “transfer taxes” before the (imaginary) winnings can be released. And if you make the bigger mistake of paying, the scammer will disappear with your money, never to be heard from again.

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Reply-To: camelotgroupuk@qq.com
From: “Camelot Group Award UK”
Subject: Re: Official Notification,
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016

We hereby bring to your notice that your email address have won cash prize of Ј1,900,000.00 GBP on “Email Jackpot” held on 15/03/2016 at game house Nottingham, United Kingdom. Your Raffle Ticket No: 1427-24-34-36-48 Bonus: 3.7. For more details, write to us via email: camelotgroupuk@qq.com

Thank You.!!!
Mr. Robin Gills
UKLotto.info © 2016

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Steve Adams, United Nations

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This is a typical example of an impressive global scam message that invokes the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the FBI, Homeland Security, and every other international agency the scammer can think of. Under it all, however, it’s just another example of the good old advance fee fraud.

Subject: For Mutual Benefit
From: Steve Adams q112@ndtracemails.com
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2016
Reply-To: davidjohnsonuu@gmail.com

Hello

I am Steve Adams the newly appointed director general in charge of approving & releasing all owed yet unpaid foreign payments ,also the special adviser to the United-Nation. I am delighted to inform you that the contract/Inheritance panel of the UN, which just concluded it’s seating in London just released your (E-mail Id & Name) among the currently approved beneficiaries who are to benefit 100% from this very diplomatic first quarter payment of the year 2015. This panel was primarily delegated to investigate all genuinely owed debts and claims as it has been over due.

At this moment, I wish to use this medium of communication to inform you that for the time being the (UN) has completely stopped further payment through bank to bank transfer, Atm Card, Bank Draft or Check Payment due to numerous petitions received from the united states home-land security, the FBI, IMF and other financial and security agencies to UK Government against our banks on wrong payment and diversion of innocent beneficiaries owed funds to a different account.

In this regards, I am going to use my good office now to send your approved part-payment in the tune of $6M (Six million United States Dollars) only by cash to you via a diplomatic courier to your door step. I will personally secure every needed documents as the newly appointed Director representing the (UN) office here in London. All these will be done perfectly only on the condition that you will give me 10% of the funds.

All you need to do now upon your acceptance of my condition, is to send to me the following: Your full name, Home address where the consignment will be delivered, Telephone numbers, Your means of identification, either passport or driver’s license.

Please, You are advice to call me immediately on my direct telephone number +44-702-4064548 so we can talk and agree properly before i seal this transaction with you and if you need further clarification. I need to hear from you because the concealed boxes are already schedule to live as soon as I hear from you. Also You should respond to me through my private Email; davidjohnsonuu@gmail.com

Regards,
Steve Adams
+44-702-4064548

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