Working in media means a ton of emails, most of which go right to the spam folder. Here is a collection of the past week’s most creative, ridiculous, and just plain weird:
$100,000,00.00 USD (One Million United States Dollars)
How are you today? You may not understand why this mail came to you.
This email is to individuals who have suffered from the notorious Internet scams, the UNITED NATIONS have agreed to compensate them with the sum of $100,000,00.00 USD (One Million United States Dollars) each. This includes every foreign contractor that may have not received their contract sum,people that have had unfinished transactions or international Fund transfer that failed due to Government problems, Checks scams, etc.
Contact Ms. April Rosa ,Head of Foreign Remittance United Nations, London. Person to Contact :April Rosa Email: april4unitednations@
Making the world a better place!
Mr. António Guterres
FBI needs your info
My name is Mr.Gerald Roberts,I am an FBI agent assigned to handle the
transfer issue that is befalling a lot of beneficiaries who ended up
been ripped off by impostors whose sole aim is to divulge your fund for
their sole interest.Be informed that i was assigned base on the
compensation fund that was made available by the UN for fraud victims
and my sole responsibility in this case is to direct you to the
transferring Bank or the security company depending on your transfer
option of choice.
A news article enlisted your name among the beneficiaries to be
compensated the sum of $2.5million,as soon as you make contact with me
on your transfer option of choice among the list below,I shall make
available to you the details of the transferring Bank or security
company for you to make a direct contact for your transfer proper.
1,Bank to bank wire transfer
Its in your best interest to reconfirm the information below so that i
can be able to file an application for fund release before you get in
touch with the Bank or the security company.
In response,I will like you to contact me directly using the email address below.
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