"Dr. Donald Cox" of "The United Nations" is contacting people with a free mail.com account. He wishes to "assure" us that he is not one of those "fraudulent African officials." There probably is a Dr. Donald Cox that works at the UN, but this isn't him. All you need to do is give this scammer your information, you will get a "code," and he claims you will have "your money" within 72 hours. Oh, and you need to e-mail a free gmail account, of course LOL. Click Here for more samples of these UN scams, and a bit of information about the UNCC, top of the page.
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