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Anonymous
Brooklyn, NY, United States
2018-05-09 12:43:51
Identity Theft
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Email scam informing you that you won a new Audi and $900,000.00 
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
Mr. Rupert Stadler
Email Address:
Audiincorporatio@outlook.com
Scam Website:
Fax:
N/A
Country of Scam:
United States (US)
An official looking letter from a top executive representing the Audi company advising that pursuant to a global random selection the person with the email account chosen had won $900,000.00 US and a 2018 Audi Q7.
A second email followed requesting vital information sufficient enough to get the proverbial ball rolling on the way to an easily acquired U.S. identity.
The whole thing seemed too good to be true. After a brief search I became convinced that it was a scam. I then proceeded to reply letting them know that I’d be sending all correspondence to the FBI as well as the local branch of law enforcement for obvious reasons. Unbelievably, I received a follow up lengthy email with further details and more information about them and even a phone number to call! This email now revealed the country of origin as India. Note the following; Courier Contact E-Mail: TNTCMMERCIALACTIVITY@GMAIL.COM Tel +918147008425 REFERENCE NUMBER: AUDI/14357/13. SECRET PIN CODE: AUDI/Q7/322/44.
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