Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
#403413 by AlanJones Sun Jan 19, 2020 1:03 am
From: Miami Airport - [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
Subject: MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FLORIDA USA.
Tel. No.: +13052936381

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FLORIDA USA.
Tel:(305) 293-6381 (SMS or Call)

Attn: Consignment Owner,

I am Daniel J. Agostino the Assistant Director Operations Unit /
United Nations Inspection Agency Miami International Airport USA.

During my recent routine check at the Airport Storage / vault on
withheld packages, I discovered an abandoned shipment from a Diplomat
from London and Africa, Revealed When it scanned an undisclosed sum of
money in two Metal Trunk Boxes weighing approximately 35 kg each. The
consignment was abandoned Because the Contents was not properly
Declared by the consignee as "MONEY" rather it was Declared as staff
effect to avoid interrogation And Also the Inability of the diplomat
to pay for International Consignment Money Movement charge before
bringing in consignment into the U.S. and we refused to return the
consignment back where it came from since, We have already received
it.

On my assumption, Your two consignment trunk boxes Contain more than
$5.5Million to $5.7Million each and the consignment is still left in
our Storage House here at the Miami International Airport USA. till
date. The details of the consignment Including your name, your email
address and the official document from the United Nations office in
Geneva are tagged on the Metal Trunk boxes in your favor. However, to
enable me confirm if you are the actual recipient of this consignment,
I will advise you to Provide your current Phone Number and Full
Address to enable me cross check if it corresponds With The address on
the official documents Including the Name of the nearest Airport
around your city.

PLEASE NOTE THAT this consignment is supposed to Have Been returned to
the United States Treasury Department as unclaimed delivery due to the
delays in the Concluding clearance processes and it is the more reason
why you have to act fast now to claim your consignment before further
action of the US Government.

The unpaid International Consignment Money Movement charge is the
Government revenue income charges Which Can not be waved or ignore and
we do not Have Any legal authority to deduct any money out from your
consignment before delivery to you, so note that you are in title to
receive your consignment with its exact content, and right now the
U.S. Government is expecting you to clear up the unpaid International
Consignment Money Movement charge as you receive this mail.

So in order words, I will advise you to send the required details to
me for quick processing and response. Once we receive your information
Including the payment receipt for the International Consignment Money
Movement Charges, I can get everything Concluded Within 3-6 hours upon
the receipt of your respond to our email.

I wait to hear from you urgently if you are still alive.

Thanks,

Daniel J. Agostino
Assistant Director (Operations)
Miami International Airport Florida USA.
Tel:(305) 293-6381 (SMS or Call)

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