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Greetings from U.S Embassy!
THIS E-MAIL IS ONLY FOR THE OWNER OF THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS
US Ambassador to India,
United States Consulate General,
Shantipath, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India
Please be informed that your fund offered to you was brought to my desk from the United Nations Office because the Regional Secretary Of United Nations here in India said that they will divert your compensation fund to the Government Treasury because you failed to pay their fee on your fund which is just $250 USD only but I told them to wait until I hear from you so as to know the reason you rejected such amount of money ($1,500,000.00) which is a financial support compensation from the United Nations Organization for the monies you might have lost in the past. Please I want your urgent response as soon as you receive this email.
Meanwhile if you are interested in this fund as brought to my desk from the United Nations, then I advise you to fill your complete information below and get back to me immediately.This payment has been approved by the previous US Ambassador to India, Richard Verma and ALL THE AUTHORITIES both locally and internationally as well as myself have also re-affirmed the approval. I will be sending my United Nations Diplomatic Passport and the proof of the fund to you as soon as I receive your details. Be informed that this fund will get to you within 24hours, therefore follow my instructions.
YOUR COMPLETE INFORMATION IS NEEDED TO ENABLE US PROCESS THE PAYMENT OF YOUR FUND, THEREFORE CONTACT ME DIRECTLY ONLY ON THIS EMAIL ADDRESS BELOW WITH YOUR DATA.
YOUR FULL NAME_______________
YOUR HOME ADDRESS_______
YOUR STATE AND COUNTRY___________
DIRECT PHONE NUMBER____
RESPOND THROUGH THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be waiting to hear from you soon.
God bless you.
Mr. Kenneth I. Juster
US Ambassador to India
This e-mail including any attachments, contain information from Mr. Kenneth I. Juster | The US Ambassador to India) which may be confidential or privileged. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity named above. If you are not the intended recipient, be aware that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this information is prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately by "reply to sender only" message and destroy all electronic and hard copies of the communication, including attachments.
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|Falcons-Fan (Somewhere in United States) Added the following extra information on :2019-08-30 10:37:08|
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...
Greetings from U.S Embassy!
THIS MAIL IS ONLY FOR THE OWNER OF THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS
US Ambassador to India, United States Consulate General, Shantipath, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India
Your e-mail is received and taken due note of. I wish to notify you that after going through the files of your payment submitted at my desk, I thought it wise to contact you immediately because you don`t have to abandon your funds of (US$1,500,000.00) for any reason as this is your opportunity to recover any money you might have lost in the past.
I am very happy to hear from you and I want you to comply in other to receive this fund successfully. Based on this, I am giving you full assurance that you will receive your funds of (US$1,500,000.00). For safe custody, your funds has been deposited in custody of the United Nations Treasury Department pending the receipt of the required US$250 from you for the processing of the funds payment to you. More-so, to avoid any security of any kind interfering with your fund or any corrupt official diverting your funds for their selfish interests. I attach herewith my United Nations Diplomatic Passport and the proof picture of your funds when it was brought to my desk before being deposited in the custody of the United Nations Treasury Department.
In this vein therefore, you will be required to send this US$250 immediately for the processing of your funds payment to you either by Automated Teller Machine (ATM) Card or by 24hours Online Transfer (E-Transfer) to your designated account. Please note that this payment requirement of US$250 is a compulsory payment which cannot be deducted from your funds as the fund is placed under a strict insurance bond before being approved to be paid to you in other that nobody whatsoever will gain access to the fund until it is paid to you. This is done so to protect the funds and for security reasons.
You are required to confirm your readiness to pay this US$250 to enable me give you the information to make the payment.
Finally, I am giving you a 100% assurance that your funds will be paid to you as soon as this processing charge is received from you.
God bless you.
Respectfully yours, Mr. Kenneth I. Juster US Ambassador to India
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