Beginning in 2007, Edward Fox has sent out letters, faxes, and emails proclaiming that the International Environmental Protection Movement has an Irrevocable Payment Order of a million sterling pounds ($1.569 million).
In exchange for this irrevocable payment, all he asks for is your name, address, age sex, Pin Code, occupation, and a cell/mobile phone number.
Is that too much to ask for? Your identity in exchange for a promised fortune?
Mr. Fox, and his cohorts, Andre Smith, Joy Elizabeth Smit, Joseph Omar, and Anthony Mark are out to take it from you as quickly as you give it.
The United Nations is not giving you any money, no matter where you live – we’ve gotten concerns from Canada, United States, England and Hong Kong.
Mr. Fox has email addresses on MSN.com, gmail.com, gala.com, centrum.cz, and hotmail.com. You have to ask yourself … if the UN is as big as it is, why would Mr. Fox need to change his address so often throughout the years.
This scam has taken many forms, many names, but the outcome is the same.