It’s been awhile since I’ve gotten a spammish e-mail from someone purporting to be working for the United Nations. So I was delighted to find this "job offer" in the mail yesterday from Mr. "Patrick Evans":
United Nation International Children and Educational Fund (UNICEF), a humanitarian organization under United Nation Organization (UNO) urgently needs you as a Representative to be Our Cashier in U.S.A. [woot!]
There are various donors who are willing to raise funds to assist the less privileged in various societies from U.S.A and we need your services as a Representative to receive these various donations from U.S.A. You will be offered 10% commission for your services rendered. Your commission will be based on 10% of donation from each Individual. If you are interested in Representing UNICEF and Our offer of 10% commission, get back to us immediately With This informations required are as follows….
Then they ask you for a bunch of personal info to steal your identity, presumably. The email is signed "Patrick Evans, Coordinator Desk, UNICEF." Interestingly his address is a gmail account, not a unicef.org one. Perhaps gmail has a better spam filter?
BTW, here’s the real link to find out about jobs at UNICEF.