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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
Somewhere in United States
| Federal Reserve Bank |
X-Originating-IP: 126.96.36.199 Scammer IP Block NIGERIA Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services (EMTS) Limited
Headquarter: New York, NY, United States of AmericaFounded : 1914, New York City, New York, United StatesADDRESS : 33 Liberty St New York , NY 10045-0001.
DO NOT IGNORE THIS EMAIL.
I've been informed by Dr. Vincent Gilbert claiming to be your doctor that you are dead and have asked him to come to my office and claim your funds tomorrow morning.
Please reply ASAP and do not ignore else your funds will be sent to his provided account.
Contact me via:;+15673231965
Sincere, Dr. John C. Williams Federal Reserve Bank
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In the US ...
1.first ... file a police report
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In the UK ...
1.first ... a police report
2. second ... file a complaint at www.actionfraud.police.uk and include the case number of the police report