Over the last two months I have been receiving strange emails from different people in need of a personal assistant. Though they made some promising offers I refused to respond to them. 600 dollars a week to simply send emails from home was too good to be true. After about two weeks of ignoring these people I received an offer from a man named Eric stating that he wanted me to help him with getting funding to some Cancer Patients in three different third world countries. I exchanged several different emails with Mr. Nesbit about his particular program. He told me that he would send me a check for my services along with instructions on exactly what he needed me to do.
DONATION PACKAGE FROM ERIC NESBIT
Eric Nesbit via opus24.register.it
11:36 AM (7 hours ago)
The Grace of the Lord be with you,
This is the Donation Package as promised
Please read the following instruction carefully:
* You will have to deposit the cashiers check($6850) at your bank today
* The Money should be available in your bank account same day or next business day
* Deduct your $700 and another $500 for gas charges to moneygram and moneygram charges
and send the remaining ($5650) to the cancer patients information as written below
* Go to the nearest moneygram outlet to send out the remaining funds ($5650) to the cancer patients information below
Name- Felix Molina
Address- 79-3, Medan Setia Satu
City- Kuala Lumpur
Zip Code- 50490 .....................................Send $3000 here via moneygram
Name- Stephen Melo
Address- 189 jalan tun razak
City- Kuala Lumpur
Zip Code-50400 ..................................Send $2650 here via moneygram
The cancer patients are transferred to Malaysia for Transplant and Chemotherapy.
* Kindly e-mail the moneygram information(reference numbers) of the money sent to me here.
Yours in Christ,
Note* You can only cash the cashier's check at your bank because of the amount. Please reply this message for record
keeping and notification purposes. You will find a moneygram agent at the nearest walmart.
After receiving a Navy Federal Credit Union check for 6850 I decided to do my research on the origin of the cashiers check. Almost anybody that asks you to deposit money into your account, withdraw money and send money to other parties is involved in a scam. Navy Federal informed me that the Cashiers Check was fake, and that I should not deposit it into my account. I was told to make a report. BEWARE OF SCAMS LIKE THIS. THEY ARE BECOMING MORE POPULAR. NEVER TRUST ANYONE THAT HAS TO PAY YOU WITH A CASHIERS CHECK. REQUEST CASH, OR PAYPAL. DON'T BE THE NEXT VICTIM OF AN INTERNET SCAM.