unlive.officessiunisite.org: is a fake website

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You may be in contact with people on social media and dating sites who claim to be military or UN personnel or doctors working for UN, and referred to this website below. This is a scam site and money requests are false. DO NOT SEND MONEY.

antifraudintl.org can assure you this site is entirely false. The information given is fraudulent and the English is semi literate.
The UN does not do weddings or involve themselves in personal matters, and charge money for it. Even such a matter being mentioned is a 100% scam, (and neither does the Military.) Also The United Nations DO NOT have a Vacation Department and charge fees for insurance and flights etc. If you see this you can also be sure it is a scam. Bear in mind that any email they use would be something like “xxxxxxx@un.org” and they DO NOT use free emailers like “@gmail” or “@unoffices.org” or anything listed below.

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FAKE WEBSITE. Not United Nations
WELCOME

You will not get information from this site using the address below. You will only get lies.
info@unlive.officessiunisite.org

The United Nations does not have a holiday department. You do not pay for leave/holidays EVER. A payment request for this is a scam.
Diplomats do not deliver parcels. The email addresses below are nothing to do with United Nations.
And this is a free email address no official organisation would use and this is nothing to do with United Nations.

unitednations-vacationsdept@asia.com

A free email address no official organisation would use and this is nothing to do with United Nations.
unvacations-dept@oficelive.org

A fake email address concerning parcel deliveries
consignmentdept@unlive.officessiunisite.org

A free email address no official organisation would use and this is nothing to do with United Nations.
consignment.un@post.com

Here is a screenshot from the real United Nations website. Please ensure you use the information given by us and never ever send money

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Fraud Alert

Beware of scams implying association with the United Nations​


The United Nations has been made aware of various correspondences, being circulated via e-mail, from Internet web sites, text messages and via regular mail or facsimile, falsely stating that they are issued by, or in association with the United Nations and/or its officials. These scams, which may seek to obtain money and/or in many cases personal details from the recipients of such correspondence, are fraudulent.

The United Nations wishes to warn the public at large about these fraudulent activities being perpetrated purportedly in the name of the Organisation, and/or its officials, through different fraud schemes.

  • The United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of its recruitment process (application, interview, processing, training) or other fee, or request information on applicants’ bank accounts. To apply for a job go to careers.un.org and click on Vacancies. See more on employment-related fraud.
  • The United Nations does not charge a fee at any stage of its procurement process (supplier registration, bids submission) or other fee. Visit the Procurement Division to see the latest business opportunities with the United Nations.
  • The United Nations does not request any information related to bank accounts or other private information.
  • The United Nations does not offer prizes, awards, funds, certificates, automated teller machine (ATM) cards, compensation for Internet fraud, or scholarships, or conduct lotteries.
  • The United Nations does not approve military vacations or pensions, or release packages in exchange for a fee.

The United Nations strongly recommends that the recipients of solicitations, such as those described above exercise extreme caution in respect of such solicitations. Financial loss and identity theft could result from the transfer of money or personal information to those issuing such fraudulent correspondence. Victims of such scams may also report them to their local law enforcement authorities for appropriate action.
 
You can read more on this scam here, and it includes a Wishy Washy or Black Money scam.
Equally, is published the fake delivery company here.
It is important that whatever you do NEVER SEND MONEY.
The victim lost around £60,000 to £100,000, and we do not want anyone to have to go through that loss, nor emotional destruction when they discover their so called "loved one" does not exist.
Just to remind you that diplomats NEVER deliver parcels.
 
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