***SCAM ALERT – UNICEF***

by Lorraine Williamson
UNICEF SCAM

MADRID – As usual, the Policia Nacional alerts us via Twitter to the latest scams that are going around. Today we give information on a communication pretending to be from UNICEF.

Scams typically take advantage of those most vulnerable or in need. However, if an offer or information seems too good to be true, it often is.

Free grants scam

You may receive an email that looks like it is from UNICEF offering a free grant of up to €25,000 to help with financial problems. It will then ask you to leave a message for more information.

Furthermore, it leaves a contact email address with UNICEF in the title. And goes on to explain, UNICEF is a large group with various projects to help the poor around the world. And in terms of grants the United States government carries out this campaign annually in all countries awarding grants of €25,000 to 220 applicants.

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This is not from UNICEF

To receive this contribution, give me your WhatsApp number and the President of UNICEF will be able to contact you.

This is a scam hitting on people with financial problems just to get their personal information and data.

DO NOT RESPOND TO ANY EMAILS LIKE THIS! IT IS A SCAM!

Send it straight to the trash. They are not UNICEF

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