- Emails from a person “Mrs. Henry Bright” inviting attendees to the “International NGO’s workshop on HIV-AIDS and Climate Change” September 20–25, 2010 in
. Chicago, IL
- Emails from a person “Mrs. Augustine Houston” inviting attendees to the “18th International Conference on Development & Financing” October 4–9, 2010 in
. New York, NY
- Emails claiming to be from the Nelson Mandela Foundation announcing recipient’s selection for the “United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)/Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) and William J. Clinton Foundation yearly donation for 2010.” The Mandela Foundation has also identified this scam on their website
- Emails from a person named “Chapman Jennifer” inviting attendees to the “17th Roundtable of NGO/CBO which is scheduled from 24th to 29th May 2010 in Little Rock-Arkansas –
- Emails from an individual or individuals misrepresenting themselves as agents of the Clinton Foundation regarding an International Roundtable conference on topics including HIV/AIDS, Climate Change, and
- Emails from an individual or individuals misrepresenting themselves as agents of the Fidelity UK Foundation promoting a conference and claiming President Clinton will be speaking at the event.
- Emails from an individual or individuals misrepresenting themselves as agents of Microsoft promoting a Microsoft lottery.
- Emails from an individual or individuals (including someone identifying himself as “Ralph McGill”) misrepresenting themselves as agents of the Clinton Foundation who are hiring representatives to receive donations and perform other tasks on behalf of the Foundation and other charities.
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