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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Charity scam email from Lisa and John Robinson Lisa and John Robinson Charity Scheme

IMPORTANT NOTE:  This scammer is POSING as Lisa and John Robinson.  The real Lisa and John Robinson are in NO WAY associated with this scam!

Originating IP:
Originating ISP: Telkom Internet
City: Durban
Country of Origin: South Africa

from:    Lisa and John Robinson <>
to:    Recipients <>
date:    Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 8:21 AM
subject:    How are you ?

Warm greetings to you.

We wish to inform you that you have been selected to receive a donation of $1,000,000.00 USD from the Lisa and John Robinson Charity Scheme. We are happily giving One millions United States Dollars each to Ten selected people world wide: Here is a link about our donation:

However you are required to acknowledge this mail for further procedures if you wish to claim your donation.
Ensure you contact us with your details.

Country of Residence:

Please send all details to by email to:


Lisa and John Robinson


  1. Hi my name is Tina Smith I have recently received an email from a Lisa and John Robinson claiming they have won the Lottery and would like to share this money with me. All I have to do is send them money for me to share in their winnings. I all so have to send them my name and address. I responded to their email stating their a scam and I would report them to the police if I get further communication from them.

  2. I just received same e_mail but I would get 300,000 and their e-mail was with 1194 after John Robinson.

  3. I got the same one for 300,000

  4. I have also received an email for $300,000.00 and an "Attorney Michael Muddock, ESQ"

  5. I received an email from has anyone else received this? They didn't ask for info about me--just what I was thinking of doing with 1 million they offered. Don't get it...

  6. I received an email from with Our donation OF £ 3,000,000.00 I did not send anything to you once in a while, search the Internet and I am with you

  7. I've received email from Lisa & John Robinson with their email l It is scam.

  8. I received an email from offering me US$1M but I have to open an account at Citibank in Kenya with my own money for them to deposit the funds into.


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