Scam Tip Report #94777 - payment:$10.500,000.00

Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Somewhere in United States
2019-03-18 12:43:31
Nigerian/419 Scam
Andrew p. smith
Email Address:
Country of Scam:
United States (US)
This is an advanced fee scam...I also included the full headers. Law enforcement can get them by contacting Scamalot. Please read about the scam below....

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Office of the New York State Comptroller- Unclaimed Funds

Greetings to you,this mail is coming to you from the U.S. Fund Comptroller's Office.We are contacting you today regarding a compensation payment which you are supposed to receive since last three years 2017 but till today you never recived the funds.I am happy to inform you that the fund $10.5 million dollars ($10.500.000.00) the payment has been approved today. After a brief meeting held today by executive members of this Office,we have concluded to pay the remaining ($10.500.000.00) to you once and for all.The money has been deposited for you to the HSBC Bank USA.

The only fee you are required to pay is $500.00 to secure an affidavit claim certificate so that you can receive the $10.5000.000.00 million dollars successful.I repeat,the only fee you are required to pay is $500.00 to secure an affidavit claim certificate nothing more.

Just in case you prefer your $10.500.000.00 to be deposited directly into your Bank account from HSBC Bank,then you will need to provide your bank details where the funds can be transferred to you.But if you refer the $10.500.000.00 to be paid to you by an ATM Debit card or certified check,then get back to me with your address as soon as you read this message to enable HSBC Bank proceed immediately.You are requested to send $500.00 to secure an affidavit claim certificate before the $10.500.000.00 payment can be finalized.

The certified check or ATM Debit card can be delivered to you at your home address personally if that is your choice.Take note,the $500.00 does not required by cash you are advised to pay the fee with an Apple iTunes gift card. Take the $500.00 go to any store where they sale Apple iTunes cards, buy $500 iTunes card scratch the card send picture of the iTunes card for a confirmation.

Within 30-minutes upon receipt of the iTunes card, the affidavit claim certificate will be ready and your $10.500.000.00 payment will be completed. Kindly go now and buy the Apple iTunes card.As soon as you get the iTunes card take picture of the $500 iTunes card send it immediately for a confirmation.

Thank you
Andrew p. smith
Chief Executive Officer at U.S. Fund Comptroller's Office


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In the US...
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in the UK...
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