A Scam From The Scam Inverstigation Unit

Every so often there is a spam e-mail that you just have to read, sometimes because it is to fake or funny to be true. We had this little beauty arrive from the Scam Inverstigation Unit.

If you have received the e-mail below, then delete it and do not reply. Yes it is a scam.

Here is the e-mail ….

Scam Inverstigation Unit S.I.U

2255 Carlinesd Ave., Suite 500

lgn,island K2B 7Z5

DIRECT  LINE -+2348036565253

Hon.Pr.Ramond Steve

Head, Planning, Research

Attn: Beneficiary,

This is to inform you that the united state government authority (USA) in collaboration with the Nigerian government and the SCAM INVESTIGATION UNIT  (SIU) has been alleged to monitor all transaction. I am here by instructing you to stop whatever transactions you are having in regards of your fund.

This information is reaching you because from our investigation we discovered you have been involved in a transaction with an internet fraudster. Note we have a  Certified Cashier Check of (Eight hundred thousand united state dollars) for compensation as a scam victim. The Central Bank Governor is compensating all the scam  victims to avoid giving our country bad names.

Now contact the office of remittance department with all you information’s and apply for the release/delivery of your Certified Cashier Check of (USD$800,000.00)  through the office of( Mr Chimedubem  Jude)  of Remittance Department Central Bank of Nigeria and email address ([email protected]) and ask him to release the   Certified Cashier Check to you as the beneficiary of Eight hundred thousand united state dollars (US$800,000.00) for your compensation.

All that is required from you is

your current home address,———–    

your full name, ————-                  

your age / occupation—————

and your phone number—————

for effective communication.—————

Duncan Newell

Duncan is a technology professional with over 20 years experience of working in various IT roles. He has a interest in cyber security, and has a wide range of other skills in radio, electronics and telecommunications.

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