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Falcons-Fan
Somewhere in United States
2019-08-11 11:54:22
Nigerian/419 Scam
Payment Notification 
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
Mrs. Ann Mous
Email Address:
citibankna1.org@gmail.com
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...

Citibank NA.
100 Citibank Drive
San Antonio, TX 78245
From: Mrs. Ann Mous
International Remittance Department.

This department of Citibank NA was instructed to remit the total sum
of $12.5Milion on your behalf as part payment of your inheritance /
contract payment holding American Foreign Reserve account.

The transfer effects immediately as we confirm the following.
(i) The receiving bank account information of yours.
(ii) The direct telephone numbers of your account
manager who will confirm the receipt of the twelve millions US Dollars
in your account.

Lastly, you are advice to make payment of $299.. being for transfer
Assessment/registration receipt to United State government, send the
fees via money gram or western union,through data below.

Here is the receivers name information to send the $299. via money gram

Receivers Name:

Name:
Address:
Amount: $299.

(iii)Forward the payment receipt with the receiving bank account
information of yours to us immediate transfer of your fund. The fund
will confirm in your account within two days.

Sincerely.


Mrs. Ann Mous
International Remittance Department

PLEASE READ THE USEFUL INFORMATION BELOW...

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Never use Money Gram,Western Union,Ria to send a fee to strangers. Never buy an i-tunes card,Amazon card(s) or any gift cards to send to scammers.Never use bitcoin and send the wallet/address to scammers. If you do,it is gone for ever. If you must send the money (please don't), insist on Using direct bank transfer only. When you use money gram,western union, all the scammer needs is the control/MTCN number to pick up the transfer,even if he's in Africa and you ask the transfer to be sent to New York. Send the money to a US,UK,Canada, or South Africa bank account only. You could get your money back by following the advice below..

If you send money to this scammer or to any scammer,please
In the US...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at www.ic3.gov and include the case number of the police report
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
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