This is the first time I received an invitation like this. I believe it is a scam as there are too many spelling mistakes. Can you confirm that this is a scam? I provide a copy of the letter.
From: Ms. Suzanne Albright [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 16 July 2010 06:37
Subject: NATIONAL CONFERENCE INVITATION IN USA AND SENEGAL
NATIONAL CONFERENCE INVITATION IN USA AND SENEGAL
My name is Suzanne Albright, female, working with world organization for
human right (WOFHR); we are organizing a global Conference, for human
right. Taking place from 8th to 11th August 2010 at Washington DC in the
United States and in Dakar Senegal from 15th to 18th August 2010. In our
request to invite people from various countries around the world, I went in
search of your e-mails on the web site as a means of contacting youths and
organizations As a result, I picked your email from an N.G.O`s website.
If you are interested to participate and want to represent your country,
you may contact the secretariat of the organizing committee for details and
information's. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You should also
inform them that you were invited to participate by friend of yours
(Suzanne Albright) who is a member of the World Organization for Human
Right. I believe that we may have the opportunity to meet if you may be
willing to participate in this event. The benevolent donors across the
globe and the Organizing Committee will provide round Trip air tickets and
accommodation for the period of participants, Stay in the U.S, to all
registered participants. If you are a holder of passport that may require
visa to enter the United States, you may inform the conference secretariat
at the time of registration, as the Organizing committee is responsible for
all visas arrangements and travel assistance.
I encourage you to share this invitation with anyone you believe would
be interested in attending the conference.
We look forward to welcoming you to United States and Dakar Senegal.
You may get back to me with my email address below.