On Monday, February 12, 2018 5:53 AM, Interpol Police < firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
YOUR KIND ATTENTION
name is Mr. Michael Nkono the Inspector General of Interpol Police
Benin. The INTERPOL REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT through our intelligence
Monitoring Network, we discovered that you have an on going transaction
$10.5 million dollars
here in Benin Republic with the United Bank for Africa (UBA). After
proper investigations and research on our monitoring network to know if
you have received the $10.5 million dollars from UBA Bank, we discovered
that the funds were not paid to you.
We found your name and
e-mail address on the monitoring network database and this proves that
you have truly been swindled by those unscrupulous person(s) by sending
money to them in the course of getting the $10.5 million dollars. Take
note; i want you to stop communicating with those criminals in this
Country, if we find out you are still dealing with this fraudsters, FBI
Police will come to your house and arrest you.
Right now we are
working hand in hand with the Federal Bureau Of Investigation ( FBI ) to
track every fraudsters down. Do not respond to their e-mails any longer
they are scammers, you should be very careful because they have nothing
to offer you but to rip-off what you have worked. The INTERPOL REGIONAL
POLICE DEPARTMENT BENIN have set out Anti-graft agencies to trace all
the offices in COTONOU involved in those criminal act to be brought
before the law. For your own good, you are advised to stop all the
communications you have with those fraudsters as we are monitoring every
Your funds are now in First Citizen Bank USA, a total sum of $10.5 million dollars were moved to the
First Citizens Bank
for you. Contact First Citizens Bank through the name and email address below.
FIRST CITIZENS BANK USA
Mr. James Berry
PHONE NO: 631-458-0443
soon as you receive the funds from the First Citizens Bank, kindly get
in touch with us to know about the successful payment you receive OKAY.
Mr. Michael Nkono
INSPECTOR GENERAL INTERPOL POLICE DEPARTMENT BENIN.
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