|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| Attention: Sole Beneficiary, |
Attention: Sole Beneficiary,
How are you today? Please this email message is coming to you from Police Command (INTERPOL) We, office of the international police authority (IPA) hereby write to inform you that we caught a diplomatic Agent by the name Mr .Johnson Edward, and Customs Agent Mr. Michael Ruben, at (Dallas Executive Airport) here in Texas with a consignment box filled with United States Dollars.
We are contacting you today to inform you earlier that we discovered your consignment box sum of $10 Million United States Dollars from hands of arrested criminals trying to shift your fund to their helper partner who will share the fund with them.
After the arrest we touch them and they confessed that the $10 Million United States Dollars belongs to you but they wanted to shift it to someone who can help them and keep it well in Federal Reserve Bank of Californian they also said that they have contacted you several times regarding the fund but you do not complied that's why they wanted to achieve the fund within their self.
To avoid much delaying, the $10 Million United States Dollars are safety in our treasure but we will like to hear from you before we will proceed with the delivery to your doorstep,
The best you have to do now is to keep away from U.S Customer Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport from now till you have your Funds consignment box from us because there is lot of thing that is happening in the world today Interpol Police Force, in partnership with the Stars Initiative, is working towards the recovery and return of stolen assets.
This project allows Interpol to actively engage national law enforcement bodies in coordinated efforts to trace, seize, confiscate and return public funds to victims. so feel free to contact me with this phone number (646) 7389658
Meanwhile, You will pay the total amount of US$100 for issuance of Police clearance report which is the hindrance for your non receive of your fund and will be signed by Attorney General and Endorse by our Embassy in Cotonou Benin.
The documents will back up the consignment box before the delivery will take place, I am advising you to be fast in all your action to avoid more problem so that we should delivering your consignment box within 4 working hours
The delivery of the consignment box will be accompanied by our delegate, Below is the Interpol Police accountant officer name in Benin republic where you should send The $100 payment using Money Gram Western Union or iTunes card gift.
Receiver Name......John Daneil
Lastly. We did this that way to avoid any story with your consignment box because these gentle men here wanted to shift the funds and for now they are under our care on which they must serve U.S government Eight months in Jail.
Contact us with the payment of the $100 upon the receipt of this mail if you wish to receive your fund and stop wasting your hard earn money for Fraud. Thanks for your understanding and co-operation
AGENT. Mr .Johnson Edward.
Newark Liberty International Airport RESIDENT AGENCY
ANTI-TERRORIST AND MONITORY CRIMES DIVISION
FEDERAL INTERPOL POLICE COMMAND TEXAS
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In the US...
1.first... file a police report
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in the UK...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at www.actionfraud.police.uk and include the case number of the police report