Dr. Williams will only coordinate your loss of personal information

By Robb Hicken/ BBBs chief storyteller

While all scams are harmful, those coupled with greed are the most despicable. And, when they suppose to be for a good cause are deplorable.

Gene Clark, Western Building Supply in Boise, agrees.

Clark received an email telling him he’d been awarded an ATM CARD containing $1.5 million for humanitarian aid.

“You have been awarded an ATM CARD containing $10,500.000.00 USD (Ten Million Five Hundred and fifty Thousand United State Dollars Only) We will send you an International Swift ATM Card that has been approved in your favour with Card Number: 5815-5664-0345-6705 , with valued sum of $10,500.000.00”

“They cannot write what they have written numerically,” Clark says. “They are asking a lot of information and their phone number and ‘E’ mail address.”

The email addresses are both from Canada – blumail.org and yahoo.cn.

The email ask for typical personal information, in addition to, occupation and monthly income.


  • The UN does not ask information from people about their bank accounts or other private information.
  • The UN does not offer jobs, prizes, awards, funds, certificates or scholarships through unsolicited email, mail, fax or phone calls.

Officially authorized UN offers would be communicated only through official channels.  The UN does not conduct lotteries or compensate victims of fraud.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs was formed in December 1991  to replace the Office of the United Nations Disaster Relief Coordinator, formed in 1972.


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One response to “Dr. Williams will only coordinate your loss of personal information

  1. Mark Burrows

    If you check you email destinations you will find that .org is a dominion name such as .com or .net. Therefore it can be registered in any country from the United States to Somalia. .org was intended for organizations that did not fit into other categories, such as non profit, personal, and open source. On the other address Yahoo.cn I am afraid that it China not Canada because Canada uses Yahoo.ca.
    Therefore you have not done your research completely before posting your report.
    Scams like these always come from either third world countries or in countries where the general population is oppressed but have enough education to think they can manipulate wealthy North Americans. These people are under the burden of propaganda that each and every citizen here has more money than they can imagine. In reality that is true, but our economy is so high that money has no longer purchase power. These oppressed and third world people can not grasp that we have to pay so much more for survival and the hindrance of municipal, state, federal taxes plus the magical appearance of added fees everywhere we turn around.
    Never mind the tricksters and con artists that I could write volumes about, we are greater victims by the system that is suppose to look after our best interests.

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