Anonymous beneficiary mails

@nomus24g (23678)
India
October 9, 2017 9:26pm CST
This is so weird...and am surprised that many fall prey to such anonymous fraud emails, which might claim to come from any country outside your residency So, they will declare the mail RECIPIENT as a LUCKY Beneficiary of some $ hi t and then ask for Bank account details for fund transfer As of Life is so easy in this world and people are there to offer you funds, out of nowhere
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9 responses
• United States
12 Oct
I have no idea who would fall for those emails :P
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
12 Oct
but there are certainly some people who get easily fooled...
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• United States
13 Oct
@nomus24g Yes, not me! =)
@nomus24g (23678)
• India
13 Oct
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@sol_cee (15860)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
10 Oct
Of course these fraud mails never fooled you, yeah?
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
10 Oct
thats why I wonder, who are they fooling then??
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@sol_cee (15860)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
10 Oct
@nomus24g As they say, no con-men will thrive where everyone is smart. ;)
@nomus24g (23678)
• India
10 Oct
@sol_cee who are *they*
@wongchoiyee (7376)
• Malaysia
13 Oct
I also receive this before and stupidly I replied to them and give them address and telephone numbers. Then I realize they are asking for postal charges, that is when I stop communicating to them.
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
13 Oct
good that you realised atleast and stopped
• Malaysia
13 Oct
@nomus24g yes I even don't tell my parents about it. I thought I really win something big.
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
13 Oct
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@ilocosboy (34388)
• Philippines
10 Oct
This scam have been used for many years and still preying people. Life was easy for them.
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
10 Oct
but how can receivers be fooled !!!
@ilocosboy (34388)
• Philippines
10 Oct
people easy to believe when it comes to money
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
10 Oct
@JustBhem (39321)
• Davao, Philippines
10 Oct
One time I received a call from this company called Genesis, they told me that since my number is active I won a prize from them. But I never subscribed to anything from this company. And I just ignored it. Same as receiving a mail.
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
10 Oct
Some fraud groups in our country started these fake calls posing as bank personnel...
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@JustBhem (39321)
• Davao, Philippines
10 Oct
@nomus24g And when you visit their company they will sell you something.
@nangayo (2339)
• Nairobi, Kenya
10 Oct
Its good that people have been alerted of the scams. At least a large number of people are aware of them.
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
10 Oct
Still they find their way through a few
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@maezee (32552)
• United States
10 Oct
So many scammers out there. I feel bad for the people that believe in them!
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@nomus24g (23678)
• India
10 Oct
I mean, there are con-men around to fool people n make money...thats so sad...
@kepweng (16794)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
4 Nov
why you know its fraud?
@nomus24g (23678)
• India
4 Nov
obviously...
@Kahl39 (1222)
• Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
14 Oct
I received so many of these kinds from India though.
@nomus24g (23678)
• India
14 Oct
and we keep getting them from UK or Africa :)