Scams operating under the guise of a charity.
#23267 by Chris Fuller Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:51 pm
World Vision is a genuine charity, but the scammer who sent this email has no connection with the real charity. Any money sent to this scammer will not reach World Vision nor the people of Haiti, but will be kept by the scammer for his own purchases and pleasures.

From: "World Vision House"<[email protected]>
Reply-To: <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010
Subject: Dear friend

Attn Sir/Ma,

On January 12, 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Join recovery efforts mobilizing around the world to assist earthquake victims, with World Vision teams in the midst of a full-scale response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti; information from the disaster zone develops very quickly.

In light to support Disaster Relief in Haiti World Vision have personally witnessed the tremendous generosity and goodwill of the American people and of our friends around the world to help in times of great need, World Vision is on the ground rushing emergency supplies to survivors of this catastrophe. The damage to buildings is extensive and the number of injured or dead is estimated to be in the tens of thousands.

Prior to this present engagements World Vision Team needs contributor or supporter from Individual or company willing to donate to help the relief effort today.

If you are interested to be a donor, kindly provide your contact details as specified underneath;

Full Name:
Mailing Address (not P.O BOX):
Zip Code:
Telephone Number:
Cell Number
Fax Number:
Email Address:

God Bless you as we look forward to your benignity and benevolence.

Yours Truly,

Mr. david Ashford

(Human Resources Manager)
Reply to: [email protected]

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