]]>Hot Scam Specifications:
Scam Type: 419 Scam (Lottery Scam)
Likely Fake Names: Sir Ben Sparklan, David Moore
Offer Type: Cash Prize by Western Union
Winning Amount: GBP 6.5 Million (Wow)
is our tradition in WESTERN UNION to reward by giving awards to
deserving customers who have shown by continous patronage their trust
in our services.
Scammer Location: Claims to be Ireland
Scammer Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6.5million GBP in cash reward, through a single email. You have probably never used Western Union in your whole life and yet you received this mail. So its an outright scam.
If you used Western Union and yet received this email, then be aware that this is a scam. They will ask you to send small pockets of money over, again and again, until you are weary of their demands.
There is no real winning, it is all fake and a setup. If you replied, you will be Marked for the scam.
So never reply to such mails and warn others as well.
From: WESTERN UNION PUBLIC RELATIONS <email@example.com>
Subject: Award Winner
Date: Saturday, October 11, 2008, 3:44 AM
WESTERN UNION PUBLIC RELATIONS
P.O. Box 502
Killorglin, Co Kerry
This is to inform you that you have been awarded a cash prize of
6,468,017.00 GBP. It is our tradition in WESTERN UNION to reward by giving awards to deserving customers who have shown by continous patronage their trust in our services.
To begin the process of awarding your prize, you are to contact our
affilate courier company through the contact address below. .This is
your winning pin number XZB120964MW. Note that you are to keep this
confidential from anybody and your winning pin number
for future claims.
7.Short comment on our services.
9.Do You Have Any Question About Our Service?
Congratulations again from all our staff and thank you for your
continous trust in our services and please do tell us how to treat