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Mike Weirsky Charity Donation

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WARNING: These are scams. They are Emails sent to a honeytrap address only ever used for this purpose. Do not reply to these people, they will try to con you into paying out money in return for nothing.

CAVEAT: Please note that some of these Emails may be impersonating a genuine company or person. We wish to make it clear that any such name mentioned within these Emails has no connection to the scam. For the sake of searching, we leave these messages untouched, but we will respond to any concerns left in our comments.


From: Mike Weirsky <""@gu.educaltai.ru>
Reply: coxet33@gmail.com
Date: Sat, 11 Jan 2020 12:40:54 -0800
Subject: Charity Donation

You have a Charity donation of $850,000.00 from Mike Weirsky. For more information contact them now by e-mail: coxet33@gmail.com

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7 Comments

  1. So I was trying to find a real contact from Mike weirsky but nothing is really on the internet, I was wondering if you any way to contact him. An email or an actualt fa ebook or instagram page or anything…

  2. So I was trying to find a real contact from Mike weirsky but nothing is really on the internet, I was wondering if you any way to contact him. An email or an actualt fa ebook or instagram page or anything…
    My email typed wrong in previous comment

  3. We are a website that publishes fake/scam emails. This example is one that has used the name of a lottery winner to try to fool people.

  4. I have just received on Instagram, from Mike weirsky, telling me that I have been randomly selected to receive $30,000. I was asked questions and then told her I would receive the $30,000 by Federal Express at 6 p.m. today, being May 8th. I then wish told to get a $50 Amazon card. And then send it to verify that I would need to receive a confirmation code. And that I would have to show that to the FedEx person. Is this a scam?

    1. We cannot comment on individual cases – we do not have access to the full information.

      Ask yourself though. Do you really think someone would give away their money to random people. Do you think an Amazon card is a good way of identifying yourself? Do you think someone would use FedEx to send you money rather than a bank transfer?

    2. Yes this is an absolute scam. No matter what you win or a person gives you you’ll never have to pay anything or buy something just to receive the winnings. I would report this person and block them as soon as possible.

  5. I got an instagram message saying I was randomly picked to receive 50k and I could gave it FedEx in cash or transfer into my bank. After me saying a few times test it’s too good to be true, I finally just deleted him.

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