The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will going to compensate all scam victims according to the email message I received today. The International Money Fund (IMF) and Western Union company was used in an email message and this message will be our scam alert for this week.
Why this email message about International Monetary Fund and Western Union was considered as one of the scam emails we received. It is because, the email message is obviously a scam. I know you know what is a scam and what is not.
The tricks of the scammer behind this scam email is using the International Money Fund to make the message sounds real or true. And the scammer is inserting a name that people will think he is a trustworthy person. Imagine if you receive an email message from a “Pastor”. You can’t think it’s a scam, but when you’re intelligent enough, you will spot and recognize it and consider the email message as “scam and fraud”.
Scam Alert: International Monetary Fund(IMF) is Compensating All Scam Victims
If this true, this will be a good news for all scam victims who received email message about FedEx Scam, Islamic Bank in UAE, Toyota United Kingdom, Microsoft Lottery Winning, etc.. However, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) don’t know about this compensation. In the first place, why the International Monetary Fund will compensate all scam victims.
Here is the email message (scam email) whereas the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Western Union company was being used to make people believe this email message is true;
I received the email message on August 21, 2016 from Pastor .Chris Chinedu wiht an email address firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject “Attention”.
*** start of message***
SCAM VICTIM’S COMPENSATION FROM THE IMF BENIN REPUBLIC:
The International Monetary Fund(IMF) is compensating all the scam victims and
your email address was found in the scam victim’s list. This Western Union®
office has been mandated by the IMF to transfer your compensation to you via
WesternUnion® Money Transfer.
However, we have concluded to affect your own payment through Western Union®
Money Transfer, $4,500.00 daily until the total sum of $1.5million,USD is
completely transferred to you.
We can not be able to send the payment with your email address alone, thereby
we need your information to where we will be sending the funds to you, such as;
Attached copy of your Identification…
Email address …..
Note,that your payment files will be returned to the IMF within 72 hours if we
did not hear from you, this was the instruction given to us by the IMF.
We will start the transfer as soon as we received your informations
Thanks yours Faithfully,
Pastor .Chris Chinedu +229 ( 98197958)
Director Western Union® Money Transfer,
Head Office Benin Republic.
***end of message***
Receiving one and a half million US dollars ($1,500,000.00) from the International Monetary Fund is awesome. Imagine receiving $4,500 through Western Union Money Transfer everyday, that’s a passive money. If it’s true. But, the problem is that this message is obviously a scam email.
Have you ever noticed the closing message of this scam email? it said that “We will start the transfer” as soon as we received your informations”. And Pastor Chris Chinedu (name of sender) is the Director of Western Union Money Transfer in Head Office Benin Republic? Should I believe this email message and send my personal information to the email address? Of course not!
So, beware to this email message. Again, this is obviously a scam email. The scammer is using the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Western Union Money Transfer to make people believe in this bogus. Stay tuned to InvestmentTotal.com to receive more scam alerts. It is important to get informed about scam emails to make sure you will not be the next scam victim. Share this post with your friends!