You may end up believing that this is a genuine invitation because it says that it is from the “United Nations.”
You are wrong! It is very easy to disguise oneself over the internet – after all it is just an email that they need to create to trick you in believing that. If you receive such an email and wonder whether it is genuine or nor, simple select and copy its first few lines:
Then paste it inside the Google search box and search it:
You will get your answer. Scammers send such emails to thousands of people around the world and apparently, someone has already identified it and uploaded information about it for others to become alert.
In some cases, phishing has gone to an extent of scammers using real emails of organizations to send messages (but the reply email is always different). They also develop fraudulent websites to give the feel to the users that they are a genuine party. This happens usually with banking institutions.