The security of your personal information is always a priority at UNJSPF. We work hard to help ensure the confidentiality of your personal information.
Please be aware of e-mails asking for personal information or e-mails containing instructions on how to receive unclaimed benefits. Although these e-mails might seem to be legitimate and originate from the United Nations, they are not and should not be replied to.
If you think you've received a fraudulent e-mail: Please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can investigate it for you. You'll receive an automated response to let you know we received the e-mail.
Reminder: UNJPSF will never send or ask for personal information such as account numbers, PIN or passwords via e-mail or text message.
The following are examples of e-mails that have been reported in the past. Please remember these are not legitimate messages and should not be responded to.
Example 1: dated 28 November 2011
Example 2: dated 15 April 2011
Example 3: dated 20 January 2011
Example 4: dated 13 April, 2009
Example 5: dated 24 March, 2009
Example 6: dated 27 June, 2008
an official document. For information only.