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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

419 scam email from Ulster Bank Accounts Unit London

Originating IP:
Originating ISP: Ntt Communications Corporation
City: Yokohama
Country of Origin: Japan

from: <> 
date: Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 11:00 AM
subject: Ulster Bank eLectronic Notification Service (UBeNS)

Dear Sir,

Ulster Bank eLectronic Notification Service (UBeNS)

Did you direct or authorized any wire transfer deposit to our charity bank account? We have received an amount of USD450,948.12 through our charity bank account on your behalf ,which we do not know what this funds is for.

Our bank do not have any transaction with you or your company that we know about so we wonder why making or depositing such payment to us.

Attached remittance document stipulates/revealed  that this remittance is made by United Nations/IMF compensation exercise . Our question is, why remitting that amount to our charity account rather than going direct to your banking account. We advise you to double-check with your bank and then get back to us.

We must be very optimistic about this deposit before considering a wire. You are hereby advised to send your full name and country for re-confirmation and be sure.

Thanks and best regards

Ulster Accounts Unit

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