Oy. Once again, someone is seeking to separate people from their money by offering money. The United Nations does not donate money to random individuals, but that does not keep spammers from sharing it. And people still fall for it regularly. The lure of free money in any economy trumps critical thinking at times.
The grammatical errors are straight from the email itself.
From: United Nations (email@example.com) Note: I didn’t realize the UN used Msn.com email addresses
Subject: Message from United Nations
You have been selected as one the beneficiries to receive the sum of $5,000 from the United Nation. This is as part of the ongoing annual monetary donation disbursed by the United Nations to selected lucky individuals from the 36 member state of the United Nations. While some beneficiaries of this gesture receives the sum of $1,000 some are much more luckier to receive as much as $50,000 depending on which group the recipient was picked from. The United Nations each year disbursed well over $100,000,000 to different individual beneficiaries across the governing States of the United Nations. The motive of this donation is to provide financial empowerment to enable beneficiaries meet their immediate family and economic needs.It also provide an enterprises that will boost their economic and consumption activities and help reduce their vulnerability and widespread poverty. It also aimed to improve the health of their families,and/or take on new activities that will enhance their standard of living. The United Nations has successfully empowered more than 20,000 selected beneficiaries across the world since 2010. All the lucky beneficiaries were selected randomly through email balloting from over one million emails extracted from the the web. All payment has been approved to be disbursed to the different beneficiaries through a cashier cheque. To receive your check,please be advised to contact the payment processing agent,Mr Mark Adams immediately on firstname.lastname@example.org for further detailing. Sincerely, Ms.Agnes Spensar Public Relation officer United Nations Organization(UNO) New York, NY 10017, United States
When the UN comes out and states that these types of messages are fraudulent, you’d think the scammers would try something different. It’s shameful, pathetic, and scummy.