Mrs Josse Willimas and Mrs Susan Armstrong want to donate

Two donation scams in a row. Instead of the long email messages we’ve seen a lot, the Nigerian scammers are also trying out different short message formats/variations. Below you can find two recent examples:

Subject: Dear Beloved
From:   mrs josse willimas <hun99@hotelriviera.co.kr>
Date:   2018-04-26
To:    
Reply-To:   jossewilliams44@gmail.com

I would like to work with you to carry out a promise i made to God by willing all that have to the charity. Get back to me for more details via my private email: jossewilliams44@gmail.com God bless You


Subject: RE
From:   Mrs Susan Armstrong <info@odhc.jp>
Date:   2018-04-27
To:   Recipients <info@odhc.jp>
Reply-To:   susan.annie310@gmail.com

My Name is Mrs Susan Armstrong am from Denmark, I would like to work with you to carry out a promise i made to God by willing all that have to the charity because i am too sick now. Get back to me for more details via email:susan.annie120@gmail.com God bless You Best
Regard. Mrs Susan


Scammer Alert

Scam alert! The E-mail above is a SCAM. It’s a Nigerian Donation scam, the story and all names & roles are fake. The scammers will ask you for money upfront as ‘costs’ before you get the ‘funds’ (which you will never get offcourse).

If you’ve received this by e-mail than mark it as SPAM (if possible) and/or DELETE it.

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