Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
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Content preview: It is noted that scam crime is on the increase across the
World and investigations by UN revealed that several people who have fallen
victim to scam crime are usually left either bankruptcy, deserted [...]
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Subject: ***SPAM*** U.N. USD3, 500,000.00 COMPENSATION FOR SCAM VICTIMS.

It is noted that scam crime is on the increase across the World and
investigations by UN revealed that several people who have fallen
victim to scam crime are usually left either bankruptcy, deserted by
families, sick or even dead. Also the CoviD 19 Pandemic has added more
mar to the people.

To have a peaceful and healthy society, UN in collaboration with the
World Bank as co sponsors, have began implementing the FBI
recommendations to bring relief to the victims, hence a compensation
of USD3, 500,000.00 to each victim.

We need your information that will enable us certify the report of
your involvement in this scam as revealed by the FBI reports. The
required details are your full name, cell phone number, home address,
copy of ID card and banking coordinates.


Harri Jones.
UN New York.

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