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Today I receive an email from a person using the name of Mr. Joan Clos with an email address, msg@un.org. I don't personally know this person. The email claims that I am about to receive an inheritance fund of $10 million dollars. What a happiest and luckiest guy I am if its true! Such kind of too-good to be true email is a BIG LIE - a scam. Since it mentions Nigeria, it's one of the hundreds of thousands Nigerian email scams in the internet. If you want to read the full message of the email, just look at it below:
Nigerian Email Scam Joan Clos
Picture snapshot of the Nigerian Email Scam from Joan Clos


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United Nation Organization
Reports & Publications Department
760 United Nations Plaza,
New York, NY 10017, USA.
 
 
Attn: Sir/Madam,
                
We wish to inform you that your Contract/Inheritance Fund valued at US$10 Million Dollars with the Federal Government of Nigeria have been finally approved to be paid to you via ATM Visa Debit Card which you will use to withdraw your US$10 Million Dollars from any ATM machine in your country or in any part of the world and your Approval No is UN5685P, Released Code: 674632 and your Certificate of Merit Payment No: 103.
     
F.B.I in conjunction with United Nations have assigned only the Chase Bank in Burkina Faso, to issue an international ATM Visa Debit Card and Pin# which you will use to withdraw your US$10 Million from any ATM machine in any part of the world but the amount you can withdraw per day is US$50,000.00. You are advice immediately to contact the new ATM Manager of Chase Bank in Burkina Faso, MR. KAZIM ALY via his email:  Message@fastwebmail.it and send him your payment numbers mentioned above.
      
For more directives.
Lastly you are warned to disregard other contact or any communication you have with other offices. Government of Nigeria has reported to be sorry for the plight you have gone through in the past.
            
Contact F.B.I on Email: reports.fbi@usa.gov if you did not receive your ATM Visa Debit Card after 72hours you contacted MR. KAZIM ALY.
                         
Thanks for adhering to this instructions.
                             
Mr. Joan  Clos
UN Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
Website: www.un.org/sg/management.shtml

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"Nigerian Email Scam from Joan Clos with Email Address, msg@un.org" was written by Mary under the Internet category. It has been read 3622 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 03 April 2011.
Total comments : 3
daniela leo [Entry]

RICEVUTO IN DATA TO DAY E.MAIL ESATTAMENTE COME VEDI SOPRA, HO FATTO E.MAIL X AVERE PIU' INFORMAZIONI A AL REPORT, MA CASO VUOLE CHE HO FATTO E.MAIL ANCHE VIA INTERNET PRIMA DI CERCARE QUESTA E.MAIL SCRITTA IN FONDO ALLA E.MAIL RICEVUTA,AI GIORNALISTI SU WEB, CASO VUOILE MI RITROVAVO RICHIESTE TRA VALUE MONEY AND MONEY TRA BANK AND BANK, MALATTIE COMPRESE, NN METTENDO IN DUBBIO LA SERITEA' DELL'E.MAIL AZIENDALE-FIRM...PERO'....SINCERAMENTE.
Myra [Entry]

Many work at home moms, retirees, and the unemployed fall prey to scheming individuals who put up websites offering jobs, tools or businesses that seem legitimate, but don't work.

These scheming and scamming businesses have been allowed to flourish because there is no single agency that protects the consumers and that runs after these criminals, no matter where they are in the world.

It's time for us to unite and protect ourselves. I signed a petition to protect us from computer scams.

http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/protect-work-at-home-moms-retirees-jobless-from-inte.html

asoh nelson [Entry]

today i received this too good to be real mail from joan clos, with email msg@un.org. please lets beware of this scammers trying to tarnish the image of Nigeria. i have totally disregarded the message.