$1.5M Email Scam from Dr. Linda Duane

Allegedly from:  Dr. Linda Duane

From the Desk of Dr. Linda Duane
International Debt Management Board,
Rue 1885, Quartier Akpakpa, Cotonou, Benin INT'L DBT/0067-ODCS/14

Attn: Beneficiary

Prearranged notice on your payment fund release valued a sum of US$1.5M Dollars only has been efficiently approved, to be pay, according to instruction from the Federal Ministry of Finance in line with UN/IMF Organizing Committee. This exceptionally arrangement is now been approved for payment without any further delay, we decided to pay by issuing you a ATM Cash Card valued at the sum of One million five hundred thousand United State dollars only as the rightful beneficiary for security reasons and which will allow you to withdrawal your fund any part of world.

You have to respond immediately you receive the notice as noted because we are processing in conclusion right now for your payment fund convey and kindly re-confirm bellows information to handling commission section for your ATM Cash Card handover ( ADAMS KUMATEY, DIRECT EMAIL: ak6754 at yahoo.com).

1, your full name:
2, your full Address:
3, your contact number:
4, your occupation, age, marital status:

Wish to receive your ATM Cash Card as noted.

Best regards,
Dr. Linda Daune

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Member Avatar3/16/2015 2:28:51 PM


i got it as well wtf is this

Member Avatar4/25/2014 7:12:19 AM


I also received an email from this person today. Who is this person?

Member Avatar4/22/2014 10:37:10 AM


I received this scam yesterday via email and I disregarded it! I got it again today and did some spellcheck, a reputable company would do so before sending out! I then thought of looking up the doctor and I came across this! Thank you so much!

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