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#414949 by hallonkev Tue Aug 04, 2020 10:49 pm
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Date:Aug 5, 2020, 04:14

REF: FLP-IP/2422-FM10089/0877
RE: Internet Crime Victim Restitution



Our records indicate that you are eligible to receive restitution for one or more of the internet fraud schemes you,ve been a victim of. See necessary case details below. The perpetrator and their group of co-offenders had over 2000 aliases originating from Russia, Nigeria, Ghana, London and many more masking their original identities.

Our records indicate that you have been a victim of fraud because your contact details were found on several devices belonging to the perpetrator. Following court orders, this makes you eligible to receive restitution for damages caused by their crimes. Being that (SUBJECT) operated on an international scale and victimized thousands of individuals and companies of several nationalities, we determined that the investigation had to be kept private and away from public media to maintain unitary judgment and integrity in international relations. Because this was a private investigation, all victims (Including Yourself) were represented by a professional court-appointed public defender. (European Law Firm) with over 10 years of experience on similar case. After having consistently pursued the (SUBJECTS) case for two years, successfully secured restitution payments of GBP 1,455,000.00 for each victim. Restitutions are ordered to be paid immediately. To start receiving your restitution benefits, contact us back

Note that all entries must be claimed no later than 30th of August 30, 2020. Be sure to quote your reference number in all correspondences.

Sincerely Yours.
Christopher Wray
FBI: Internet Relations
Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3)

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