Unclaimed Money in Australia
A slightly different twist on the found money;
From: Diplomat Mark Abraham [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 3:55 AM
With due respect, I am Diplomt Mark Abraham, I was contacted by International Monetary Fund (IMF)to deliver your UNCLAIMED money to you in your country home of residence, which was over due for payment.A power of attorney was forwarded to our office this morning by two gentlemen both of them an Australian Citizens. They claimed to be your representative, and the power of attorney stated that you are dead;Please, you are giving 24hrs to confirm that you are still alive.
If you are still alive, You are to contact me back immediately with the below information, Because we work 24 hrs just to ensure that we monitor all the activities going on in regards to the transfer/delivery of beneficiaries and contract payment.
Your Home/Office Address:
Your Age/Sex and I’d Card:
You are to reply immediately for clarifications in other to avoid any wrong transfer/delivery of your money, be informed that any further delay from your side could be dangerous, as we would not be held responsible of wrong payment.
Be informed that the requested information is very important in other to enable us proceed with the delivery.
Diplomat Mark Abraham
Why I would be getting money from someone in Australia, I have no idea…and I will point out that he doesn’t really say either. When he types out his name and supposed title he doesn’t even spell Diplomat correctly.
Other give aways are;
- zoho is a free email address, no politician uses it.
- diplomat is not a title (at least that I know of)
- Australia is not my home country of residence
- International Money Fund does not exist
- A legitimate email that wants your attention does not put Attention as the subject matter without at least some sort of follow verbiage
- Why would I ever consider sending most of that information over the Internet to a complete stranger?