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.
#420436 by hallonkev Mon Nov 23, 2020 11:20 pm
From:Robison susan • [email protected]
Reply-to:[email protected]
Date:Nov 23, 2020, 22:34
Subject:Attention: Beneficiary

Attention: Beneficiary

The (FBI) Washington, DC in conjunction with some other relevant investigation agencies here in the United States of america have recently been informed through our Global intelligence monitoring network that you have an overdue payment in tune of USD$10,500,000.00 with Citibank.

It might interest you to know that we have taken our time in screening through this project as stipulated on our protocol of operation and have finally confirmed that your payment/transaction with Citibank is 100% genuine and hitch free from all facets and of which you have the lawful right to claim your fund without any further delay. Having said all this, we will further advise that you go ahead in dealing with the Citibank accordingly as we will be monitoring all their activities with you as well as your correspondence at all levels.

NOTE: You are required to contact the remittance director Citibank Pasadena CA, USA and forward this email sent to you from our office as a proof to this regard and to help the bank acknowledge our efforts in passing this message to you. Kindly contact the remittance director with the below information:


Bank Name: Citibank.
Department Code: 231CTB077.
Address: 161 W California Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91105, USA.
Mr. Jonathan Davids
(Operation Manager)
Website: www.citibank.com
Email: [email protected]
Contact the bank today and forward this message to them with the code below for processing of your payment/funds accordingly.

(TRANSACTION CODE: TC-987647)

Thank you very much for your anticipated cooperation.


BEST REGARDS,


David Schlendorf.

Chief Financial Officer.
Federal Bureau of Investigation.
J. Edgar Hoover Building
601,4th Street,
935 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW Washington, D.C.
20535-0001, USA.
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#421664 by FishyMails Sun Dec 20, 2020 4:18 pm
Reply-to: [email protected]
From: "MR. NICOLAS ABATA" <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2020 22:43:25 +0100
Subject: Attention: Beneficiary

Attention: Beneficiary

The (FBI) Washington, DC in conjunction with some other relevant investigation agencies here in the United States of america have recently been informed through our Global intelligence monitoring network that you have an overdue payment in tune of USD$10,500,000.00 with Citibank.

It might interest you to know that we have taken our time in screening through this project as stipulated on our protocol of operation and have finally confirmed that your payment/transaction with Citibank is 100% genuine and hitch free from all facets and of which you have the lawful right to claim your fund without any further delay. Having said all this, we will further advise that you go ahead in dealing with the Citibank accordingly as we will be monitoring all their activities with you as well as your correspondence at all levels.

NOTE: You are required to contact the remittance director Citibank Pasadena CA, USA and forward this email sent to you from our office as a proof to this regard and to help the bank acknowledge our efforts in passing this message to you. Kindly contact the remittance director with the below information:


Bank Name: Citibank.
Department Code: 231CTB077.
Address: 161 W California Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91105, USA.
Mr. Jonathan Davids
(Operation Manager)
Website: www.citibank.com
Email: [email protected]
Contact the bank today and forward this message to them with the code below for processing of your payment/funds accordingly.

(TRANSACTION CODE: TC-987647)

Thank you very much for your anticipated cooperation.


BEST REGARDS,


David Schlendorf.

Chief Financial Officer.
Federal Bureau of Investigation.
J. Edgar Hoover Building
601,4th Street,
935 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW Washington, D.C.
20535-0001, USA.

Important: Any email messages I have posted here are scams. Don't reply to these messages or click on any links. Please do not tell these criminals that their messages are posted here.

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