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.
#336245 by AlanJones Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:23 am
From: Federal Bureau Of Investigation - "FBI."@ruby.ocn.ne.jp
Reply-to: Federal Bureau of investigation - [email protected]
Tel. No.: +12028557871

Federal Bureau of investigation
Headquarters washington DC.
Building 935 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW washington, D.C. 20535-0001
E-Mail: [email protected]

Our Ref: FBI /0N8/CONTRACT NO.856.
Motto: Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity

Attn Recipient:


This is agent Josh, we were sent by the current Acting Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation(Andrew G. McCabe), We are here in Africa as an FBI/ United States delegate that have been delegated to investigate these fraudsters who are in the business of swindling Foreigners that has transactions in Africa.

Please be informed that during our investigations we found out that there is a total amount of $2.5 Million that has been assigned in your name as the beneficiary and these fraudsters are busy swindling you without any hope of receiving your fund, these are the works of the fraudsters who needed to extort money from you in the name of this transfer, We have to inform you that we have arrested some men in respect of this delayed over due fund. I have a very limited time to stay in Africa here so I advise you urgently respond to this message.

These criminals will be caught unaware and we don't want them to know this new development to avoid jeopardizing our investigation, you need to conceal anything that has to do with this exercise to enable us get all the necessary information we required.

I shall be expecting your swift response as soon as you receive this email and notify us of any message or phone call you receive from those fraudsters for us to investigate on it before you make any contact with them.

In case if found this message in spam folder, it could be due to your Internet Service Provider, ISP. So kindly move to your inbox before replying.

Regards.
JACKSON JOSH (FBI)
Cyber Crime Division
(202) 855-7871

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