Neuer Western Union Betrug: „Contact Us For Your Daily Payment“

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Von: Western Union Italy [mailto:[email protected]

Gesendet: Sonntag, 2. Februar 2014 19:11
An: Recipients
Betreff: [SPAM] Contact Us For Your Daily Payment

WESTERN UNION MONEY TRANSFER
ITALY PAY-OUT CENTER
Moving Money For Better
Payment Order #: WUMT-IT-9089/2014
2nd February,2014
Dear Western Union Beneficiary,

UNITED NATIONS PAYMENT NOTIFICATION.

We wish to inform you that the United Nations (UN) has authorized us to remit to you a total amount of $500,000.00, (Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars).
Your Cash prize was paid out to us by the United Nations, and they have successfully succeeded in depositing your whole funds with us Here at Western Union Italy.
They have now ordered us to take full responsibility in the transfer process of your funds and thus commence the immediate remittance of your funds to you.
Be duly informed that because of our Western Union transfer policy,your funds will be paid to you via our Western Union Daily Transfer limit of $5,600.00 USD. This means that you will Continuously receive a daily amount of $5,600.00 USD, and this amount Can be collected from any of our numerous Western Union outlets in your current location.
To begin the claim process of your daily payment as stated above, you are require to provide us with the following;

Your Full Name:
Address:
Phone Number:

Upon the receipt of the above mentioned details, your first transaction will be activated and we shall then Proceed to provide you with the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN) for the First installment and we will continue to email you others after 12 hours of Receiving each payment.
For more information on your payment status;

Contact Person
Andrea Callisto
Email: [email protected]
OR call our 24 hours Helpline @ +39 340 3177 685 for any inquiries on the above message.

Yours truly,
Niccolo Paolo
For: Western Union Italy.
Email: [email protected]
WESTERN UNION… Over 380,000 Outlets Worldwide“

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