Scams operating under the guise of a charity.
#20992 by Chris Fuller Fri Jan 29, 2010 6:29 am
This is another scam aimed at those who would like to help people in Haiti. The given postal address is false, there is no charity at that address, but an unconnected business company. That address is included just to inspire confidence in the recipient of this email - if somebody sent money by Western Union in response, that full address would not need to be given, and the money would be picked up by the scammer or one of his associates, and kept for his own purchasing pleasure.

The email was sent via a suspected proxy server, IP address, so could have been sent from any country in the world.

from Heritage Love Minitries <[email protected]>
reply-to [email protected]
date Thu, Jan 28, 2010

Dearly Beloved brother/Sister,

Following the the disastrous earthquake that hit Haiti on 12th of January
2010,we the members of Heritage Foundation hereby plead for your donations
for the relief and rebuilding of Haiti.

Heritage Love Foundation is an affiliation of Heritage Love Ministries
with a drive to assisting victims in war torn countries, natural disaster
victims, orphanages ...etc.

Join recovery efforts mobilizing around the world to assist earthquake
victims. Your donation will help disaster victims rebuild their lives and
their communities

Kindly send you donations through Western Union Money Transfer to,

Reverend Peter Clark
Heritage Love Foundation
96 Ormiside Street London
SE 15 1TL

Remember to send the transfer information to include:

1.sender's name and address
2.MTCN number


[email protected]

God Bless You
Heritage Love Ministries.

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