Compensation scams

Fund Online Account Department
clarawalton50@gmail.com


Scam Email received November 10, 2021 from clarawalton50@gmail.com

clarawalton50@gmail.com
clarawalton50@gmail.com
Email From:

clarawalton50@gmail.com

Subject:

Fund Online Account Department

Other emails used:

clarawalton50@gmail.com,

Email Subject:

Fund Online Account Department


Fund Online Account Department – clarawalton50@gmail.com


Seacoast National Bank Online Account Department Florida ,United State of America . Fund Online Account Department Welcome to seacoast online account department. i am Mr Scott Powell representing the United Nation Organization in line with the International Monetary fund department. The United state treasury department has Allocated fund Valued US$5.000.000.00 (Five Million United State Dollars) as a compensation fund Kindly provide the necessary details as listed below so we can open your Online account immediately .. Full Name : Address: .. Date of Birth : Copy of Picture :.. Contact number : Upon receiving the required details we would immediately set up your seacoast account and have it registered for both local and international transfer . ****We do hope to provide you with the best Banking experience ***** Thank you for choosing Seacoast National Bank >>Regard Mr .Scot Powell Online account manager . Phone : +1(302)209-0096 clarawalton50@gmail.com

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