Saturday, 26 July 2014

Raymond Buxton Foundation — us.payoutfunds@kimo.com / us.fiscalpayment@kimo.com

from: RAYMOND BUXTON FOUNDATION <r.segato@famema.br>
reply-to: Raymond Buxton Foundation <us.fiscalpayment@kimo.com>
date: 26 July 2014 17:59
subject: IS YOUR EMAIL ACTIVE ? CONFIRM IMMEDIATELY
mailed-by: famema.br

from: Raymond Buxton Foundation <goodwillgrant@rbuxton1.foundation.org>
to: "no-reply@rbfoundation.org" <goodwillgrant@rbuxton1.foundation.org>
date: 25 July 2014 11:43
subject: IS YOUR EMAIL ACTIVE ?

Your email has been selected to receive One Million USD Grant From Powerball winner - Raymond Buxton Foundation. For more details, visit 
(http://www.powerball.com/powerball/winners/2014/021914CA_Buxton.shtml). 
If your email is active and eligible to claim grant, send response comprising - Full Name, Address, Occupation, Phone No. & scanned copy of any valid ID card via email to (us.payoutfunds@kimo.com)

4 comments:

Marsha said...

I received an e-mail from B. Raymond Buxton telling me I was one of five llucky donees for the sum of $980,000 and to contact his banker, Louis Pochanis, for more information. The reason I checked desperate on the poll is because we have a cat who needs a kidney transplant soon or he'll die. We'll be adopting the donor kitty, and as we are both close to retirement and don't have a lot in the way of savings, a windfall like this would solve a lot of porblems. However, my mom always told me 'if it sounds too good to be true it probably is'.

Anonymous said...

Im not sure about any of if. So many scams these days

Anonymous said...

I received an e-mail telling me Mr. B Ray Buxton was donating 2.000.000.00 USD to me I just had to contact a different e-mail address for details. I had no idea who Mr. Buxton was and after reading his story 2 million would be all of his money. (Not that I actually thought anyone would give me that kind of money before I read his story.) I'm sure if I had replied I'd be getting junk e-mail, more junk e-mail then I could handle for the next decade, or maybe a virus or some kind of spyware on my, and maybe my entire families computers!!!

Anonymous said...

I also received an e-mail telling me Mr. Ray Buxston was donating 1 mil to me. I just have to contact another person, the lawyer in New York, who is a criminal lawyer, working for New York City Court.
It doesn't sound very good about this.
First, I have no idea why would he be so generous about being a philanthropist....
I think it is a money scam virus that phising my computer for money and personal information so they may gain some of your bank account, credit cards, etc..etc...
He claims that he won so much for lottery ticket as winner. But it usually by advertising on the news for Utube.
It believes that hacker is doing this for scamming purposes!

Why? No criminal lawyer will handle money situation as large amount
Your personal information: address, telephone, computer, occupation,
bank info. will be hacked for this scam artist.

BEWARE!!!