In this poorly written and edited phish, the assailant pretends to warn you about being part of a scam as a way to provoke you to divulge some personal information in anticipation of an egregiously large reward. Don’t fall for this nonsense…
From: Elliott Harris <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2023 7:38 AM
Subject: Scammed Victim Compensation
This Email/Letter is been directed to you because your email address and country name was found in one of the scammer Artists file and computer hard-disk while the investigation, maybe you have been scammed. You are therefore being compensated with the sum of
US$350,000 (US$) (Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars).
We have arranged your payment to be paid to you directly to your bank account in your country or via a check. To receive the above fund, you are therefore advised to contact the PNC Bank, USA officer who will transfer the fund to your bank account from Reserve Bank. We have advised the Bank Agent to open a private email address with a new number as to enable us to monitor this payment and the transfer communications to avoid further delay or misdirection of your fund.
Kindly contact the PNC Bank officer now with the below contact details:
Contact: Mr E. William Parsley III
Chief Operations Officer
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send all replies to: email@example.com
Contact him now and forward the below details to him:
1. Your Full Name:
2. Your Age:
4. Cell/Mobile Number:
Yours in Service.
MR. WILSON STEWART.
United Nations Funds Investigation Unit.
Please make sure you are a scam victim to respond to this Email if this mail come as an Error Ignore it and Delete Immediately