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Monday, February 6, 2017

Victim Compensation scam email from Mr. Robert Carloni Executive Director of Finance

from: Mr. Robert Carloni <> 
date: Mon, Feb 6, 2017 at 12:56 AM


This is to inform you that United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) has made available total of $863,725,490 to 27 Governments and two international organizations for distribution to 370 successful claimants. This payment is made under the third phase of the payment mechanism established by the UNCC Governing Council, and it will be issued to mostly those who lost money or valuables in the hands of "IMPOSTERS" and also Unpaid Contractors.

There is no way you will received any fund from anyone around the WORLD, they only wants to steal your fund, just stop communications with anyone and make sure you provide names you have paid money to and their emails and phone numbers if possible. Of the total, approximately $220.7 million is being paid in respect of claims in category “D” (claims of individuals for damages above $100,000) and category “E” (claims of corporations, other private legal entities and public sector enterprises) that were approved at the forty-seventh session of the Governing Council, held from 11 to 13 March 2014. 

The balance of the total is being paid in rounds of payments of $100 million to claims in categories “E” and “F” (claims of governments and international organizations), approved in prior Governing Council sessions, in accordance with the procedures established by the Council. The current payments bring the overall amount of compensation made available to date by the United Nations Compensation Commission to $17,572,950,541.


The first phase of payments involved an initial payment of $2,500, 000.00 to each successful individual claimant in categories “A” (claims of individuals for departures from Kuwait or Iraq) and “C” (claims of individuals for damages up to $100,000), as well as payment of the full amount to all successful individual claimants in category “B” (claims for death or serious personal injury). 

In the second phase, payments of up to $10,000, 000.00 were subsequently made available to approved claims in categories “A”, “C”, “D” (claims of individuals for damages above $100,000), “E” (claims of corporations, other private legal entities and public sector enterprises), and “F” (claims of governments and international organizations) in two rounds comprising payment amounts of up to $2, 500, 000 and $7, 500, 000 respectively. The second phase concluded payment of the full amount to all successful claimants in categories “A” and “C”.  A total of $8,388,316,645.07 has been made available to 1,503,190 claimants in all C. In the third phase of the payments mechanism, which began in October 2015, each successful claimant in categories “D”, “E” and “F” shall receive an initial amount of up to $5 million in accordance with decision 100 of the Governing Council of the UNCC. 

Subsequent rounds of payments of up to $10 million are to be made to successful claimants in these categories of claims in the order in which they have been approved.  Including the current payment, a total of $9,184,633,895.72 has been made available to 7,814 claimants in categories “D”, “E” and “F” under the third phase. To ensure that payments to claimants are made as soon as practicable after the session at which their claims are approved, the Governing Council decided at its forty-third session that payments to successful claimants will be made every three months instead of every four months.

Funds to pay the awards of compensation are drawn from the United Nations Compensation Fund, which receives up to 30 per cent of the revenue generated by the export of Iraqi petroleum and petroleum products.  At present, the Compensation Fund receives 25 per cent of the proceeds under the “oil-for-food” mechanism in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions.

The Governing Council monitors the distribution of payments to claimants by the relevant governments and international organizations.  Governments and international organizations are obligated to distribute funds to successful claimants expeditiously and to report to the Commission on payments made to claimants. Any funds undistributed to claimants by governments and international organizations within 12 months of receiving payment shall be returned to the Commission.  Further payments to governments and international organizations shall be suspended where they fail to report on the distribution of funds to successful claimants or fail to return undistributed funds on time.

So you are therefore required to come down to bank  here in London for the  payment  £1,650 British Pound Sterling in cash deposit to enable us to credit your fund into bank account immediately. Please you are advised to fill the form below and send back it immediately to our transfer department for verification through email for prompt collection of your fund. Fill the Form Below:-

1. Full Names:
2. Residential Address:
3. Mobile Number:
4. Occupation:             
5. Sex:                                 
6. Age:                             
7. Nationality

Once we receive your mail and find out that you are among those who did not receive the payment, we shall order for the release the funds into your designated bank account.

For more inquiries feel free to ask your questions (If any) when responding by email.

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. Robert Carloni
Executive Director of Finance

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