An unusual e-mail

Hello,

Receive Calvary greetings from Miss Ashley Gaskin from Missionary Church of Montana.

We have learned much more about the work you do through online and we are so much interested with the good work that you are carrying on and we therefore wish to donate some small funding for your project to goes to your project where funds is needed most .

Can you please send more information about how to send online donations through a payment gateway facility and advice how long it take before you get the funds donated online?

Thanks and Kind Regards,

Thanks and Kind Regards,

Miss Ashley Gaskin

Missionary Church Of Montana

259 Burlington Ave

Missoula, MT 59801
United States

Phone: (202) 595-1226
Fax: (202) 595-0226

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14 thoughts on “An unusual e-mail

  1. Our organization received the same letter. X-Originating-Ip: [154.122.19.98] taken from e-mail points to Nairobi, Kenya, Africa. Definitely spam. These people would like nothing better than to drain your bank account.

  2. Surely people can be crazy! We received the same in our charity and we were all excited! Sad….

  3. I received this as well. Here are the obvious signs this is a scam. 1. No one writes generic emails to offer your organization money. It simply does not happen. Only wishful thinking makes people bite on this scam at all. 2. The grammar is appalling. I pity all those who will be tricked by the first scammers who actually edit their emails. 3. Their ignorance of the context is glaring. There isn’t a church with that many fulltime employees anywhere in Montana. The employees were cut and pasted from Golden Hills Church in Antioch, California. I obviously give them an F for ethics but a B- for effort. Just imagine if they applied this level of creativity elsewhere to noncriminal activities.

  4. Look carefully at the “website” photo of the church sanctuary…the pews are photoshopped together and overlap with ghost images. Since the inside aisles are missing, how do these people get to their seats? Scam, scam, scam

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