Fraude que simula provenir de Western Union

Western Union es un sistema de envío de dinero que les encanta a los delincuentes. EL viejo fraude “nigeriano” estos dias toma la forma de una carta que simula provenir de Western Union. Lo curioso es que “pide datos” que nunca pide Western Union en la realidad.

Si recibís este mensaje, no caigáis en la trampa:

For 156 years, Western Union has been connecting people. At Western Union, there’s so much more than money you’re sending. Every sender and receiver is important to us. To celebrate our 156th anniversary, we’re rewarding our customers with prizes of USD60, 000.00

Because you sent money on-line, from an agent location or received money through Western Union, you’ve been selected.

However, you are required to forward the following information for immediate payment of your USD60, 000.00

1.) Bank Name:
2.) Beneficiary:
3.) Account Number:
4.) Bank Address:
5.) Swift Code or Routing Number:
6.) Your Mobile Telephone Number:

You will be contacted by a Western Union in the next 24 hours as soon as you forward your required information and you will receive the USD60, 000.00 prizes immediately from us.

Save time, send money, earn rewards! Western Union is a service people trust.

Thank you for using Western Union!
We endeavor to maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to guard your Information. We also endeavor to restrict Information access to our employees, agents and representatives that need to know it. Western Union will never disclose your personal or billing information to a third party.

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