Have you ever received an email from anyone offering you millions of dollars if you would only contact them and work out the details of the transaction? I sure have, scores of times! Here’s what came in just today:
Are you alive or dead? The reason for this question is that we received an email from Mr. John Green. He said that you are dead and you have given him Letter of Authorization before you death to claim your funds
Furthermore, we told him that what is holding the transfer of your fund ($27,000,000.00) is the transfer fee of the sum of $280 dollars only and that the funds have been approved for transfer in your favor and we asked him to call back on Monday, so we can confirm from you first. Are you aware of this?
I used to delete emails such as these, but now I report them first before deleting! I learned how to report them from www.fraudaid.com Every time I get an email offering me millions of bucks, I first copy the header information of the suspicious email, click on the forward email button, paste the header information of the suspicious email into the start of the message, and send it to .
Today I wrote them the following:
Dear Scam Reports,
This is the 64th scam email that I am forwarding to you. Any progress
catching these guys?
Many submitters have been responsible (via reports) for the apprehension and arrest of scammers. Over the years, we’ve amassed over 40 arrests and 4+ extraditions.
You’ve sent 4 which we appreciate. Some submitters that have been with us for a while have submitted hundreds. It’s a numbers game, so keep submitting. This particular scammer is using Verizon from Los Angeles.
We appreciate your assistance.