Email Scams Examples: FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI)

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI) - Scams
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI) - Scams

This is a fraudulent email from a Fake “FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI)“. Do not try to contact him by phone or email, you risk being cheated or robbed of her well-known tricks.

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI) – Scams

Email Scams Examples: FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI)
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI) – Scams

From: Director. Federal Bureau Of Investigation <tarou@dune.ocn.ne.jp>

Date:Wednesday, 12 February 2015 09:30 PM to 10:00 PM
To: undisclosed recipients: ;
Subject:
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI)
Reply-To: tarou@dune.ocn.ne.jp

 Letter:

“FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, (FBI).
J.EDGAR HOOVER BUILDING
935 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
NW WASHINGTON, D.C
20535-0001, USA .
WEB-PAGE: www.fbi.org

Kind Attention :

We believe this notification meets you in a very good state of mind and health. The FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) Washington, D.C United States of America in conjunction with some other relevant Investigative Agencies here in the USA have recently been informed through our Global intelligence monitoring network that you have a pending FUND transaction with a Bank regarding to an over-due Inheritance / Award payment of $3.6million usd, which was fully endorsed to be paid in your favor.
It might interest you to know that we have taken out time in screening through this whole transaction as stipulated on our protocol of operation and have finally confirmed that MONEY GRAM TRANSFER, is the authorized Company scheduled to transfer your fund in line with their transfer requirements. Several investigations by us have shown that you have been dealing with some unauthorized Couriers and banks regarding the transfer of these funds to your bank account.

For your own good and benefit, you are advice not to send your money to anybody accept the MONEY GRAM TRANSFER Department which will transfer your fund. It have come to our notice that you have been dealing with scammers regarding the present transaction in your name, with the power imposed on us as a high Federal Commission, you are hereby warn and instruction to terminate your involvement with any people or individual contacting you regarding this present transaction.The said funds is now in MONEY GRAM TRANSFER custody in your name, your dealings should be channel to the MONEY GRAM TRANSFER OFFICE, if we find out you are still communicating with Imposters you will be charge for advance fraud communication by the Federal Law. do contact MONEY GRAM TRANSFER Department with the below information:.

Contact Person: Dr. Lee Platt
Email: moneygramofficepls@yahoo.fr
Tel:+229 9805 7556

We were also made to understand that a lady with name Mrs. Brooke C. Smith from Texas, United Of America has already contacted them and also presented to them all the necessary documentations evidencing your claim purported to have been signed personally by you prior to the release of your funds to her, though they insisted on hearing from you personally before they could go ahead on transferring the fund to the Address provided by the above named Lady. It is basically one of the main reasons why they contacted us, to enable us assist them in carrying out proper investigation and subsequently informing you of their mandate to transfer your fund.

Most importantly, We advise that you discontinue further dealings with any person or organization posing as staff or affiliate of any bank or agency concerning the transfer of your funds. In your own interest,  and ensure that you comply to all their transfer procedures and also furnish them with your full details (Full names and address, direct telephone and fax numbers, etc) to enable them in their verification processes before the release of your fund.

Note: This E-mail is not  forward able to any individual without our prior permission.

Best Regards,

Director. Federal Bureau Of Investigation
United States Department Of Justice

Washington, D.c. 20535″

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