DHL global mail received through email message telling me to get my package worth more than fifteen million United States dollars. This DHL global mail is one of the hottest scam circulating around the web today. So beware. Here is the email message I received related to DHL global mail from the sender Mrs. Anne Yayi using her email address email@example.com
DHL, just like the other email message about scams. The scammers always used the company name DHL to make the people easily believe to the content of email messages. The scammers are getting a lot of victims since the mail was sent online.
I think this DHL global mail will surely victimized more people because it can easily get the attention of many readers with a subject “Dear Customer”. I know few things about DHL, when I send documents in United States, it was sent successfully. DHL is a trusted courier company. So why Anne Yayi (the sender of this email message) is trying to do? Read her email message first.
DHL Global Mail Scam Report: Package Worth $15.8Million USD
DHL Courier Company Benin Republic Head Office, wish to inform you that your package with registration CODE ( DCJKT00678G) worth sum of $15.8Million USD box, is now ready to deliver to you as authorized by the depositor of your package Mrs. Buffington Anthony U.N Secretary to this Company and we can assure you that we are experts and will commence the delivery of your package to your doorstep as soon as you comply with our mode of delivery system, Your package is properly sealed registered and will be deliver to you within 24hours as the depositor registered the package along with some vital documents required by DHL Courier Company under delivery rules and regulation to effect the delivery to your destination without any further delay.
At the same time, we also write to confirm the fact if you are (Dead) Or (Alive)? Because Mr. Jude Betsy came to our office stated that you are dead and failure to reply back in the next 24hrs simply means what Mr. Jude Betsy said was right that you are dead. And Mr. Jude Betsy has agreed to pay the needed valued of $150 dollars required for the Security keeping fee of your consignment box, but we have not gotten the fee from him yet as we want to find out if you are dead or not, so if you are still (alive) you are advice in your own best interest to reply back within 24hrs.
The only fee you have to pay is our Security keeping fee only, from you and you should know that, This measures of charging Security keeping fee is to always protect the package of our customers and to ensure the safety delivery to his or her destination.
According to our Security keeping fee, The delivery of your package to your destination will cost you sum of $150.00 usd only, and the fee should send to our account officer Michael Onuorah, via Money Gram only with the following details.
Receivers name===== Michael Onuorah
Text question=======How Long
Text answers======= 24hrs
After you made the payment, send us the information below.
Text question & Answer:
Mrs. Anne Yayi.
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Conclusion to DHL Global Mail Online Scam
Why should I send money to Michael Onuorah (the receiver). The instructions is very clear. The receiver is clearly mentioned his name (not Anne Yayi but Michael Onuorah. He wants me to deposit one hundred fifty dollars via MoneyGram.
After I deposit money to MoneyGram and after he got the money, what else he can do? Nothing. Now the question is “where is the package worth more than fifteen million dollars? There is nothing you can do about it because it’s not real. I hope when you received the same email (DHL Global Mail online scam)
I hope DHL will catch the scammers. I am sure DHL are aware of this scam. DHL are used by many scammers telling many people to send money to them. What about you? What have you noticed about this DHL global mail online scam? Share this scam report with your friends. Always visit Daily Investing Tips for more scams and fraud report. Let’s watch the scammers and protect the beginner investors and innocent people online.
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