United Nations

Attention:

This mail serves as a listening ear to the victims of scam all over the world. We have been having series of meetings in the past few months with the secretary general of the United Nations Organization.

This message is to all the people that have been scammed in any part of the world, the United Nations have agreed to compensate them with the sum of US$500,000. This includes every foreign contractors that may not have received their contract sum, and people that have had an unfinished transaction or international businesses that failed due to Government problems etc.

We have a database of victims and that is why we are contacting you, this has been deliberated upon and is among our set of priorities in making the world a better place.

You are advised to contact Dr. Sarah Alade of CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA, as she is our representative in Nigeria, contact her immediately for your ATM Card holding the sum of USD$500,000. It will be sent to your provided mailing address. The ATM card can be used at any bank of your choice worldwide.

Therefore, you should send her your full Name, telephone number, a valid mailing address where you want her to send your ATM Card to.

Contact Dr. Sarah Alade immediately for your ATM Card:

Person to Contact: Dr. Sarah Alade (Deputy Governor, Economic Policy)
Email:drsarah.alade@live.com or drsarah.alade@yahoo.com.mx

Regards,
UNICEF *Making the world a better place*

Department of Public Information, United Nations 2009

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  1. I was contacted by a Dr. Shola Omoregie, D.O.B. 2-19-75 claiming to be United Nations senior staff #UN100966, nationality: Nigerian. He sent me an image via email of U.N. employee identification & a passport as a means for me to verify his identity. An address on the employee identification is as follows: 24, Zaria Road, Abuja-Nigeria. He claimed that there are two persons with the same name of Shola Omoregie working for the U.N. He is advising me that he contacted me to assist in helping me receive compensation as a scam victim. He says compensation is paid by way of a pre-paid Master Card. Most recently my California Drivers License information is being requested as he says this is necessary information for my file & verification purposes and that the bank specifically needs my Drivers License Number if I am to receive the pre-paid Master Card. I have not sent any such documentation yet! Is this person for real? This matter is most urgent to me, as I don’t want to be scammed again.
    Sincerely,
    Gary Everingham

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