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Beware of MR. BAN KI-MOON Email Scam!...

Today I received an email from a person using the name of Mr. Ban Ki-Moon with an email addresses, woodforestnational11789@rediffmail.com and djose_paglar@w.cn. This is such a too-good to be true message which claims that I have a receivable money which amounted to US$8,500,000.00.

Picture snapshot of the Email Scam

Here's the full message of the email:

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Dear Beneficary,
We write in regards to your delayed Contract/Inheritance Funds in the sum of Eight Million Five Hundred United States Dollars (US$8,500,000.00) which you are yet to receive as a result of your inability to raise the required fee(s) to conclude your Transaction.
The United Nations has decided to proffer a solution that will make it easier for all the Beneficiaries to receive their Funds. We understood that some Fees are required in order process and Transfer your Funds into your Account. We are also aware that most Beneficiaries do not have these required fees.
We have therefore deliberated with the Bank in charge of this payment to allow Beneficiaries the privilege of receiving their Funds in two (2) or three (3) installments. In this case, Beneficiaries will no longer be required to pay the fee at once but part of it depending on the number of installments such Beneficiary will like his/her Funds to be released to him/her.
Write the Bank and request that you want your fund to be transferred to your account by installments payment, so that once the first payments enters into your account you can then use money from there to facilitate the transfer of the remaining balance, once the first installments enters into your account withdrawal from your account to Wood Forest Nation Bank Online transfer procedure.
The Wood Forest Bank which is now in charge of your Payment has agreed to give the Beneficiaries the option of receiving their Funds at once, in two or three installments. Therefore, you should send him your full Name and telephone number/your correct mailing address.
You can also view the site:http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2003/ik344.doc.htm
This will help the beneficiaries to pay part of the fee and receive part of their Funds with which such beneficiary can upset the remaining fee and receive his/her complete Funds. To break this down:
Three Hundred Dollars ($300) fee will facilitate the release of One Million United States Dollars (US$1,000,000.00) only. Six Hundred Dollars ($600) fee will facilitate the release of Two Million United States Dollars (US$2,000,000.00) only.One Thousand, Six Hundred Dollars($1,600) fee which is the total fee will facilitate the release of your Full Contract/inheritance Funds in the sum of Eight Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (US$8,500,000.00).
However, Feel free to inform us how much you can raise should you cannot afford any of the above Mentioned installment so as for us to talk to the Bank to know how much out of your Funds they could release to you with the amount you can come up with.
This is the best the United Nations can do for you and you are advised to take advantage of this opportunity.
Kindly, contact Harry Wood and Jose Paglar, at the Wood Forest Bank Norht Carolina USA. to indicate your preferred option. He could be reached at:
E-mail: woodforestnational11789@rediffmail.com
Copy email: djose_paglar@w.cn
NOTE: Do not be shy to indicate the amount you have in hands (no proper-amount is so small to trigger installments-payment base on our discussion with the Bank) so that the first payment will move to your account for you to confirm the existence of the fund before your proceed for the
Congratulations! http://www.un.org/sg/

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"Beware of MR. BAN KI-MOON Email Scam!" was written by Mary under the Internet category. It has been read 2882 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 29 March 2011.
Total comments : 1
carol [Entry]

I got this email just a few minutes ago ,it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that this was a scam how stupid do these people think I am? Nobody dishes out money like that,