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.
#26679 by Chris Fuller Sat Apr 17, 2010 4:36 am
This email was not sent by a Manager of Western Union; it was sent by a scammer. He does not have money for you.

From: Western Union Money Transfer <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, Apr 14, 2010
Subject: Your Payment Is Approved.

Attn: Beneficiary,
Be informed that your part-payment of (US$1,000.000.00) from International Monetary
Fund Unit (IMF) has been approved to transfer via our department of Western Union,
Meanwhile your urgent respond is highly needed with the re-confirmation of your
details where and how to receive your funds from our office such as: Your Name:
Country: State and City.

Also the payment of US$10.000.00 has already been made through Western Union for
you
to pick it up, But Due to scams act on Internet, You are required to pay the sum of
(US$300 to enable us Activate your payment files and also to ensure you are the
right
person to receive the fund.

Upon receipt of the Activation fee, we shall forward the payment details of the
first
transfer Which is US$10.000.00 to you and you can pick it up from any Western
Union in
your country.

Be informed, the amount you will be confirming daily is (US$10.000.00)
starting from the day we receive the Activation fee of (US$300).

Please make payment via western Union with the info below

RECEIVER NAME: MR. OLUBANJO WILLIAMS
ADDRESS: 102 OLIHA SQUARE ROAD NIGERIA,WEST AFRICA
AMOUNT TO SEND: $300 usd

Do send us the payment information as soon as the payment is made.

Name : George Banquest,
Manager Western Union Benin.
Tel# (+2347057160600) +052 60 11 80.
E-mail;([email protected])
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