Re: The Money Has Been Sent To You, Please Confirm – Western Union Money Transfer Burkina Faso Scam

When scammers decide on their target, its sometimes hard to jump over it since they will keep trying their best to catch you up. Yes, and this is what exactly is happening. From United Nations Police to Western Union Money Transfer Burkina Faso – Re: THE MONEY HAS BEEN SENT TO YOU, PLEASE CONFIRM. There is no legit message here but rather, all are scams and you must be aware of them.

I really wonder why people would fake the wording hoping that one won’t even be bothered to check out who the sender is. From what I know, big companies like Western Union and others will use their own domain email address and will always refer to you by your real names if not mistaken.

Below you will find a scam message which has subject “Re: THE MONEY HAS BEEN SENT TO YOU, PLEASE CONFIRM” from Western Union Money Transfer [email protected] asking to reply to [email protected] Better stay alert of this as well.

“Western Union Money Transfer Burkina Faso
Head Office. sect 15 Avenue loudin
Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
Phone..+226 76 32 26 98
Email::([email protected])

Dear Beneficiary;

Our Operation Manager has extract your 1st payment of $5,000.00 out of your total fund of ($1.5Million) We need your full information for the transfer,

We scheduled instrumental sums of USD$5,000.00 daily through the cash fast Western Union, payment at counter as directed and we have commenced the relevant programming and the documentations of the said fund, as we are instructed to make the first payment of USD$5,000.00 MTCN available in your name upon the receipt of your information from you as follows.

Your Name,
Address,
Telephone
ID CARD

Contact our Operational Manager,MR.GARVERY JULIUS through our office email or better call him on phone for more enlightenment on your money.

Email ([email protected])
Tele. +226 76 32 26 98

Thanks.
Western Union Money Transfer,
Management office B/F.”

Right from the language used to everything contained, its pure scam. If you get one, just ignore or delete of a way to make them enjoy the play game.

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  2. annie says:

    I got one exactly like this today. Really annoying… thanks.. your post is really helpful…

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  3. Jackline says:

    Thanks. Yes, thats scam.

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