Fraud Monitor

Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: World Summit Global (MGS), DVACF, davfc.summit,

Fraudulent message

From: griest kristen
Date sent: Mon, 3 Feb
Subject: World Summit Global (MGS)


On behalf of the organizing committee of the "Domestic Violence and Children Foundation (DVACF)", It is a great privilege for us to invite you on 2020 Global Protection Cluster World Summit On Global Economy, Control of violence/Gender-Based Violence Involves Men and Women, Youth and Terrorism Organization. This summit scheduled to take place from [March 23rd to 27th, United States and Senegal from March 30th to April 3rd 2020].

For details requirement for your visa, registration and web-site, Please contact the global summit secretariat office via Email: [ $].

Note that registration is free and delegates are entitle to a free United States visa arrangements by the Organizing Committee. That will include your transportation, feeding, Round Trip Air Tickets to both events etc... Delegates will only be responsible for their own hotel accommodation in Senegal were the second phase of the event will take place.

Please share the information with your colleagues.

We wish you success and prosperity,

With great thanks and appreciation

Best Regards,
Member Global Summit (MGS).


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