Current Status

This blog is not frequently updated because most case-by-case scam reports are now listed in subordinate blogs. At this point in time, most of my efforts are targeted at documenting employment scams in the Suckers Wanted blog.



The "from" address on this scam is At the time of writing, the domain "" was not registered at all, so this is an utterly fictitious address. I considered registering the domain myself, but it's not a significant part of the scam, and I doubt I could help much by controlling that domain name. The real address is the reply-to address of "", plus two contact phone numbers which are UK "find me anywhere" numbers. The actual origin of the spam is the IP address, which whois records describe as "Reassignment to Timasy customer, Nigeria".

The job offer is utterly devoid of details, but I'll wager that it involves accepting direct transfer "donations" and forwarding the money via Western Union. Given the Nigerian connection, however, it may be a case of advance fee fraud in which they want you to pay for a bunch of paperwork before they can give you the job. Tell them to "take it out of your first pay", or just cut to the chase and recognise that it's a scam, that these people have nothing to do with UNICEF, and that it's a waste of time talking to them.

WELCOME! The Great opportunity to work from home country for UNICEF is now possible. If you would love to be the first 50 workers to have this please reply us as soon as possible filling up the Job application. There is a good pay and it requires less than 30 hours a week, with a 10,750/month therefore giving you a good reatirement deal. The Job contract is a 5 year contract with option for more years. UNICEF INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND would be happy to have you on their team. You can also call this number for further information. +447031862317 or +447031847640 Thank You Dr. Mozern Freeman (General Manager unimf ).

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