Another Western Union scam. For the newbies, this email is not from the real “Western Union”.
This is sent by a scammer and they will ask you to pay money to get money… what? Pay Money to Get Money!? Who’s the moron?
Don’t even think about trying, these guys will give nothing and will take everything.
I heard some of the scammers have become so RICH, simply by the respondent POORER. If you want to get POORER, reply to the email.
From: Western Union Customers Service <email@example.com>
Subject: Western Union Money Transfer:Offers (2009 BONUS PRIZES AWARD US$50,000)
Date: Saturday, May 2, 2009, 5:52 PM
Dear Lucky Beneficiary:
56A,JALAN SS 9A/14,
notify you that your e-mail address was selected which won you
US$50,000,00 Dollars in our on-going 2009 Anniversery prize award
presentation day to all Customers and none customers.
We therefore thank you for chosing Western Union as means of payment.
To file for the claim of your award money, you are therefore advice to reply back with your email address, to the customer service Payment Agent
“Mrs Kathrine.D Walis”
Pls call the Customer Service
+44 703 183 4063
Bank of America
correspondance western union Office London. Please do furnish her with
your full details complete delivery address. You are adviced to get
back to our office if you have any delay receiving your Money with the
Country of origin…
Mr. Arlin M.Roy
For Western Union Money Transfer,
Payment Team LONDON.
Send Money Worldwide