Month: June 2012

No forwarding here by me

OUR REF: 0012/BHC/FBI/ATM/2012 g We wish to bring to your notice that your email was listed by the British Financial Intelligent Unit (BFIU) for these exercise of compensating scammed victims, those listed some have been endorsed by the ASIA PACIFIC in Malaysia yours was among those reported unpaid as at today and we wish to instruct you to see the instruction of the commission to make sure you receive your compensation instantaneously as a beneficiary of $850,000.00 USD. Accredited on an ATM Card. Kindly forward your information to the email address below: Full Name: Delivery Address: Country: Phone Number: Occupation: Sex/Age: Verification Code: ATM-ASIA701 Note: Your Personal Contact/Communication Code With MR John Lordcap Is “247” You Are Advice To Send Your Full Details as requested. Take Note the money you will send to him before your ATM CARD will be Release to you is just $320 for the  Pin Code of your ATM CARD. Western Union Information for Payment: Receiver’s Name: Noel Eboh Country: Lagos Nigeria Test Question: Very? Test Answer: Urgent Do notify us immediately you make the payment by sending the details bellow to us: Sender’s Name: Sender’s Address: M.T.C.N: Immediately the above details are received and validated, your payment will be processed within 48hours. Call:+23480948818 Email: atmcenter2002@yahoo.co.jp Regars. John Lordcap.

I just don’t think I will reply

My name is Yasuji Yagi, a merchant in Japan. I have recently been diagnosed with Esophageal cancer, which has defiled all medical treatment. Expert diagnosis has shown that I have few months to live. The intention of this email is to employ the expertise of a business entrepreneur, who can identify a viable investment and guarantee reasonable returns on my wealth. This is to secure a future for my 4 years old son who lost his mother during birth. I cannot rely on his closest relatives any more, as they did not show responsible behaviour two years ago when I entrusted half of my wealth to them to invest on his behalf. They thought I wouldn’t survive the operation and then used the money for their personal needs. The last of my money which no one knows of is the huge cash deposit of USD$60 Million dollars. I will want you to help me collect this deposit . To prevent any more mishaps, my attorney will act as a check, monitoring every aspect of the investment. Funds should be split in half and distributed to charity organisation and the other half, as investment for my son. If this interests you, please reach me on this email address yasujiyag@aim.com to discuss terms and compensation. Kind regard Mr.Yasuji Yagi.

I am sure this if from Nigerian FedEX

For some reason I get the sneaking suspicion that this in not from FedEx but just another scam.

FedEx Nigeria Head Office

70 International Airport Road
Mafoluku, Lagos.
Tel: +234-8053313357
Customers Service Hours–Monday to Saturday:  Office Hours Monday to Sunday:
This is FedEx Company of Nigeria, the management of this company,wishes to inform you that, we have received a parcel containing an International Cashier’s Check
valued 2.5million USD with some vital documents attached on it, for safe delivery to your residential address in your city.
This parcel was brought to us this morning by the United Nations (Scam Victims Committee) Payment office Nigeria, with the below information? Please note that the validity of your check has been certified allowing you to cash funds
or make deposit at your local bank. Kindly reconfirm the below information, to avoid delivery of your check to a wrong destination.
Full names…………
Parcel owner address……
Tel………..
We will register your package and send you the tracking numbers before we proceed for safety delivery of your package as soon as you reconfirm the required information.
FedEx is one of the world’s great success stories, the start-up that revolutionized the delivery of packages and information. In the past 30 years, we’ve grown up and grown into a diverse family of companies as FedEx that’s bigger, stronger, better than ever.
Do endeavor to send your response to the following email:  (fedexdeliveryoffice@secapintl.com)
Thanks
Yours affectionately
Mr Patrick Foster
Dispatch Manager FedEx Courier
for the Ikeja branch manager
FedEx express services Lagos -Nigeria

A Wells Fargo Phishing Scam

Recently this email was received and we took it to Wells Fargo Bank and they told us that this is definately a phishing scam. Therefore, if you receive a similar email from Wells Fargo, do not click on any of the links in the email and report it to Wells Fargo.

Our records indicate that your Wells Fargo checking account XXXXXXxxxx that is linked to your Bill Pay service for fees has been closed or is no longer available for use with Bill Pay. A Wells Fargo fee account (checking account) is required to maintain your Bill Pay service.

Until you designate another checking account as your new fee account, we have canceled any pending payments and will suspend any automatic (recurring) payments that have been scheduled.

If this was the only checking account linked to your Bill Pay service, please contact us at 1-800-956-4442.

If this is not the only checking account linked to your Bill Pay service, please sign on at https://www.wellsfargo.com to select a new fee account and reschedule your payments.
1. Go to Bill Pay.
2. Go to the Bill Pay User Profile screen and select a checking account as your new fee account.
3. Reschedule any canceled payments from the Bill Pay Overview screen.
4. Reset any suspended automatic (recurring) payments by selecting the Payees tab and clicking on the name of the payee. Then click on the Edit link to the right of Payment Details. Choose a new payment account and start date.

If you have questions, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call Wells Fargo Online Customer Service at 1-800-956-4442 or sign on at https://www.wellsfargo.com/questions to send a secure email.

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