Thursday, December 18, 2014


                                46 Bush Road, Off Stamford
                                Line PE92YP, Liverpool
                                England, United Kingdom
Congratulations !!!.
Shell Petroleum Development Company (S.P.D.C) United Kingdom is proud to inform you that you have won £5.100.000 (Five Million One Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds). Why you have won Your E-mail address is one of 19 lucky Addresses who have won in the Shell Petroleum Development Company (S.P.D.C) United Kingdom yearly Promotion.
                                       PAYMENT OF PRIZE AND CLAIM
Shell Petroleum Development Company (S.P.D.C) United Kingdom team based Internet Lottery, whereby all winners are selected by Shell Petroleum Development Company (S.P.D.C) UK internet/email server, this email server visits all internet providers and email address around the globe, be it .com, org, .net, aol and all country based web abbreviations, as you have .ca in Canada and .uk in United Kingdom and aol in U.S.A.
I wish to congratulate you on your victory; Winners shall be paid in accordance with his/her Settlement Center. Stated below are your identification numbers:

You are required to forward the details of winning to the Claim Agent to help facilitate the processing of your claims. Contact the Claim Agent Dr. Russell Williams with Below CLAIM CLAIM AGENT OFFICER
DR. Russell Williams,
Prize  Administrator.
Tell: +448712373110
You‘re required to fill in the below application form for claims
1. Full Names : 
2. Full Home Address :
3. Sex :Male
4. Nationality :
5. Age :
6. Current City :
7.Occupation :
 8. Mobile Number :
 9. Account Name :
10. Account Numbers :
11. Bank Name :
12.Winning E-mail Address :
13. Winning Amount:

I wish as the beneficiary, to claim and instruct that the above mentioned fund be handed over to me at the earliest I hope my application will be favorably granted by your good office.
Thanks for your anticipated co-operation.
Yours faithfully,
Once again.

Scam in the name of Major Alan Edward

I am in the military unit here in Afghanistan,we have some amount of funds that we want to move out of the country.My partners and I need a good partner someone we can trust. It is risk free and legal. Reply to this email 
Regards,Major. Alan Edward.

It's a scam in the name of Scam in the name of Major Alan Edward <>. 

Scam of Mrs. Dorothy smith. Never send reply to this email.

I'm Mrs. Dorothy smith, united states citizen, i will love to hire a caring male or female house manager/supervisor directly who is willing to work in my house over here in California Beverly Hills as a house manager/supervisor. interested, applicants can submit their CV via email ( ) note: do not apply if you do not have a valid international passport.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Email from Adams Sule

From Mr Adams Sule
Bank Of Africa (B.O.A)
Burkina Faso Ouagadougou
My Dear Friend,
Please I want you to read this letter very carefully and I must apologize for barging this message into your mail box without any formal introduction due to the urgency and confidential of this issue and I know that this message will come to you as a surprise. Please this is not a joke and I will not like you to joke with it.
I am Mr Adams Sule Manager in Bank Of Africa (B.O.A) Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. I Hoped that you will not expose or betray this trust and confident that I am about to establish with you for the mutual benefit of you and I. This fund was deposited in our bank by Mr. Kattan Azmal from Jordan who died in a plane crash in 2000 Tbm 700 aircraft on 31st July with his wife and the whole crew on board.
I need your urgent assistance in transferring the sum of ($15) million USD into your account within 14 working banking days. This money has been deposited for years in our Bank without claim due to the owner of this fund died along with his entire family in an air crash since July 31st 2000.
The reason why i contacted you is that after the bank audit in 24th of November, we found out that this fund has remained unclaimed since the death of the deceased costumer.
I want our bank to release this fund to you as the nearest person to our deceased customer while i come over to your country to share this fund with you as soon as you confirm this fund into your account. I don't want the money to go into our Bank treasure as an abandoned fund. So this is the reason why i contacted you so that our bank will release this money to you as the next of kin to the deceased customer. Please I would like you to keep this proposal as a top secret and delete it if you are not interesting.
Upon the receipt of your reply and indication of your capability, i will give you full details on how the business will be executed and also note that you will have 50% of the above mentioned sum if you agree to handle this business with me while 50% be for me, Because i don't want anyone here in our bank to know my involvement until you confirm this fund into your account and ask me to come over for the sharing as I indicated.
I am looking forward to hear from you immediately for further information
1. FULL NAME..............
3. YOUR AGE......
4. YOUR SEX.........
8. MARITAL STATUS............
Mr Adams Sule
you can reply to my private email address at

Email from Pedro Quezada

I am Mr Pedro Quezada, a Dominican based in New Jersey for over 26 years. I won $338 Million USD in the Powerball Millions 

Lottery as introduced on

Saturday March 23, 2013 by New Jersey Lottery Officials.

Having gone through alot before God miraculously blessed my family with this Lottery win, i have promised to help others by 

putting up the "Pedro Quezada Foundation". Please share in my joy and verify this by visiting:

Ensure you view the above link. It is a thing of joy for my family; Hence the need to disburse fraction of our winnings; to 

Good spirited individuals, Churches, Orphanages and Charities.Having concluded the first bath of winners. For the Second 

batch - Under individual category; your email address amongst other four (4) Lucky ones was submitted to receive grant of 

$1,000,000 USD from us.  forward your infomations to both email address: 


Tuesday, May 28, 2013

How to identify Phishing Email

 How to identify Phishing Email

 Phishing is a masked attack through email that inveigles users into believing they are receiving the mail from a genuine party and leads them on to parting with sensitive information such as user names and passwords of bank accounts or credit card details. Unless you know and can distinguish between genuine and fake or phishing email, you may end up disclosing such details to people who may misuse and exploit the information. There are several pointers to identify such phishing mails.

Similar looking or sounding domain names are one of the simplest ways to spoof users into believing they are receiving the mail from a genuine party. For instance you may receive an email purportedly from Virginair but a giveaway is that the email address may be something like Big companies always have domain linked email addresses.

Spelling mistakes are common in phishing attacks. For instance, the domain name may appear as instead of Grammar and text of the mail are also pointers. The mail will contain many such errors and could have a pompous ending such as “from the desk of….President”.

Redirection is another way to fool recipients. If you click a genuine looking link in your email, you are redirected to another site. Sometimes, the email may suggest “click here” and when you do, you are taken not to a secure website or the company’s original website but to another website. That may be a single level domain or could be a combination of top and second level domains, which is another giveaway. If you hover your mouse pointer on the link in the email, the actual link shown will be different. Beware in such cases.

Beware of domains that contain too many “dot” pointing to subdomains used by attackers to fool recipients. Instead of the link would show up like

Attackers also use javascript to hide information. A giveaway is when your email shows up a flag “contains javascript” or something like <script> or tag. Phishers also use images to indicate URLs that you must click, instead of plain text and thus bypass spam filters.

If you do click on a link and are taken to an apparently genuine looking website, a popup window upens asking you to enter sensitive information. In almost all such instances, this is a phishing attack and you should not enter any details. 

In cases where secure transactions take place, genuine websites are always secure and domain starts with https:// instead of plain http:// ; if it does not, avoid entering any details and close window.

Another method is to use HTML mails to deceive recipients by disguising the URL link. In any case, when you receive such an HTML email warning you to update your account, take action immediately to avoid penalty, that your system is compromised or follow a link to claim a grand prize are suspicious. It is not possible to hide deceptive URLs in plain text mails and HTML mail is one way to hide the link. Suspicious emails may also contain more than one straightfoward link or have a link string incorporation a question mark or redirection that will always take you to another website other than that shown.

Another tactic Phishers use is to register fictitious similar sounding domain names but with a different extension. For instance may be the genuine website but is a fake. Phishers also use fraudulent means to register fresh websites and send emails using that domain name. Not all of us will care to check with the registrar but if you do and find it is a freshly registered one, chances are your mail is a phishing attack. As a matter of precaution, never click on suspicious links contained in emails. Instead, visit the website, verify it is genuine and find out if action is needed on your part.

Another indicator of a phishing email is that links do not contain names but have IP address such as Avoid clicking links that have such IP addresses.

As phishers develop sophisticated methods, it is for the end user to keep abreast with technologies and methods and thus remain safe.

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Maruti Suzuki Job Scam

Some fraudsters are cheating people in the name of Maruti Suzuki

Head Office Maruti Suzuki,
India Limited Nelson Mandela Road,
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070.
Board no.46781000.



Your Resume has been selected from database new plant. The Company selected 62 candidates list for Senior Engineer, IT, Administration, Production, marketing and general service Departments, It is our pleasure to inform you that your Resume was selected as one of the 62 candidates short listed for the interview. The Company SUZUKI is the best Manufacturing Car Company in India; The Company is recruiting the candidates for our new Plants in Delhi, Bangalore, and Pune and Mumbai. Your interview will be held at the Company Corporate office in New Delhi ( On June 08 2013 at 1.00 PM,) You will be pleased to know that the 62 candidates selected 55 candidates will be giving appointment, Meaning that your Application can progress to final stage.

You will have come to the Company corporate office in New Delhi. Your offer letter with Air Ticket will be sent to you by courier before date of interview. The Company can offer you a salary with benefits for this post 62, 000/- to 200, 000/- P.M. + (HRA + D.A + Conveyance and other Company benefits. The designation and Job Location will be fixing by Company HRD. At time of final process, you have to come with photo-copies of all required documents.

REQUIRED DOCUMENT BY THE COMPANY HRD.                                     
1) Photo-copies of Qualification Documents.
2) Photo-copies of Experience Certificates (If any)
3) Photo-copies of Address Proof
4) Two Passport Size Photograph.
1. Full Name: ......................
2. Full Address: ...................
3. Mobile: ............................
4. Sex: ..................................
5. Age: .................................

You have to deposit the (Cash) as an initial amount in favor of our company accountant name in charges to collect your payment. Of Rs. 10,100/- (Ten thousand one hundred rupees) through any [STATE BANK OF INDIA] OR [ICICI BANK] Branch from your Home City to our Company accountant name in charges. Account NO, which will be sending to you upon your response. This is a refundable interview security. Your offer letter with Air tickets will be sent to your Home Address by courier after receiving the confirmation of interview security deposited in any of the STATE BANK OF INDIA OR ICICI BANK. This Company will pay all the expenditure to you at the time of face-to-face meeting with you in Company. The Job profile, salary offer, and date -time of interview will be mention in your offer letter. Your offer letter will dispatch very shortly after receiving your confirmation of cash deposited in STATE BANK OF INDIA OR ICICI BANK. We wish you the best of luck for the subsequent and remaining stage. You have to give the information after deposited the security amount in bank to The Company HRD -direct recruitment via email. Your Letter with supporting document will be dispatch same time by courier to your postal address after receipt of security deposited confirmation in bank.

The interview process and arrangement expenditure will be paid by SUZUKI COMPANY. Lodging, traveling and local conveyance actual will be paid by SUZUKI COMPANY as per bills. The candidate has to deposit the initial refundable security as mentioned by HRD.

NB: You are advice to reconfirm your mailing address and phone number in your reply and Rs. 10,100/- (Ten thousand one hundred rupees) will be the refundable amount you are been selected or not, still the amount will be refunded to you, as the amount is just to prove that you will be coming for the interview in order for us not to run at lost after sending you the air ticket and you don't show up on the day of interview.

Note: Once you receive our reply back with the account information you have to proceed with the payment for security deposit immediately.

Wishing you the best of luck.

Shinzo Nakanishi
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director,