Compensation scams


Scam Email received July 8, 2018 from
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Hello Friend, In God we trust, I am Evangelist Rosalind Michaels. I already benefited from this 7.5 Million USD Scammed Victim Compensated Fund. I am writing you to give you a very Concrete, sound and confidential information that will help you claim your 7.5 USD (SEVEN MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS) Compensated Fund from the Financial Intelligent Unit of The INTERPOL OF LONDON&S LAISON OFFICE right here in US. I was also able to confirm your U.K Government 7.5 Million USD Compensated to you and that of other scammed Victims based on all effort, sincerity, courage and trust worthiness showed at the course of various pending financial transactions yet to be completed, Is now available for claims. It&s 100% risk free and I have crossed check the emails and names of other beneficiaries who are yet to claim their Compensated Fund worth 7.5 Million USD on the Beneficiaries List, and saw your email address on the list, copied it out to inform you and (1) other beneficiary of your 7.5 Million USD still yet unclaimed despite the fact the Fund was ordered to be released to you then. Sincerely, I want you to know God is my witness on my testimony to you and once you are able to contact the Officer in charge of Financial Intelligent Unit; Special Agent, Inspector Sydney Jackson of INTERPOL on the information below and adhere strictly to is instruction and advise, all things must work out properly for your own good as well without delays, fears or stress. I promise you do not have to worry, for I am sure you must receive your 7.5 Million USD on your Bank Account from the paying Bank soon as you contact Inpector Sydney Jackson. This is 100 percent certain and legit. I can bet my life on this word I am giving you. Ignore those Fraudsters that have been contacting you, for your own good and Security. You are very lucky and I advise you to quickly Contact the INTERPOL&S Officer in charge, Special Agent, Inspector SYDNEY Jackson to claim your 7,500,000.00 USD: (SEVEN MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS) on your Local Bank Account without further delays. Contact Special Agent, Inspector Sydney Jackson on e-Mail: with the required details listed below. NAME:.. FULL ADDRESS: COUNTRY NAME: TEL PHONE/CELL NUMBER: Contact Sydney Jackson with your details as listed above on the email address below. Contact INTERPOL&S, Special Agent SYDNEY JACKSON on; Direct Contact e-Mail: Direct Contact Line:2029910004 US National Central Bureau of Interpol, CYBER CRIMES UNIT Liasian Office, Police Chief, vol. LXXVIII, no. 6, June 2011. Copyright held by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530- 0001, e-Mail: My advice to you is for you to put God first in all you are doing and try to stop contact with any other online transaction you might have elsewhere if you have been paying much or little money presently or previously and have not received anything in return but disappointments. I still want to use this opportunity to inform you of showing love to the less privileged ones around you once you claim your funds. I will be traveling due to the church programs I and my Husband is having at hand and do hope to hear you have received your funds from Interpols Special Agent, Sydney Jackson when I return. I give you my words on this for am very sure your worries are over in Jesus Name, AMEN. Good Luck and God bless you. Best Regards, Evangelist Rosalind Michaels

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