Scam #2228 2/5/2019 5:00:00 PM

from: David Jackson < larry@mountain.ocn.ne.jp>
reply-to: j4ckson.dav@yandex.com
date: Feb 5, 2019, 1:09 PM
subject: ($2,600.000.00 USD) FOR BEING A SCAM VICTIM.
mailed-by: mountain.ocn.ne.jp

Our Ref: RTB /SNT/STB
To: Beneficiary

This is FBI special agents, David Jackson. I was delegated along side others by the United Nations to come over to Africa to investigate fraudsters who had been in the business of swindling foreigners especially those that has one form of transaction / contracts and another. Please be informed that in the course of our investigation, we detected that your name and details in our Scammed Monitoring Network. We also found out that you were scammed of a huge sum of money by impostors via Western union and Money Gram. Be informed here that in a bid to alleviate the suffering of scammed victims, the United Nations initiated this compensation program and therefore, you are entitled to the sum of Two Million Six Hundred Thousand United States Dollars ($2,600,000.00 USD) for being a victim.

Note that the said fund will be officially released to you through the paying bank mandated by the United Nations.

However, we have to inform you that we have been able to arrest some of the swindlers who has been in this illicit business and will all be prosecuted accordingly. Be informed as well that we have limited time to stay back here, so we will advice that you urgently respond to this message ASAP. And do not inform any of the people that collected money from you before now about this new development to avoid jeopardizing our investigation. All you need to do is to follow our instruction and receive your compensation accordingly as directed by the United Nations. We urgently wait to receive your response.

Reply to: j4ckson.dav@yandex.com

Regards,

DAVID JACKSON
FBI INVESTIGATION ON ALL FOREIGN PAYMENT.

Use BOTH Bing and Google to search email addresses and phone numbers so you won't get ripped off.

Never use Money Gram,Western Union,Ria to send a fee to strangers. Never buy an i-tunes card,Amazon card(s) to send to scammers.Never use bitcoin and send the wallet/address to scammers. If you do,it is gone for ever. If you must send the money (please don't), insist on Using direct bank transfer only. Send the money to a US,UK,Canada, or South Africa bank account only. You could get your money back by following the advice below..
If you send money to this scammer or to any scammer,please
In the US...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at www.ic3.gov and include the case number of the police report
in the UK...
1.first... file a police report
2. second... file a complaint at www.actionfraud.police.uk and include the case number of the police report

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