Inheritance scams

CONFIDENTIAL DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY PAYMENT
feveseguros@feveseguros.com


Scam Email received June 18, 2018 from feveseguros@feveseguros.com

feveseguros@feveseguros.com
feveseguros@feveseguros.com
Email From:

feveseguros@feveseguros.com

Subject:

CONFIDENTIAL DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY PAYMENT

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Email Subject:

CONFIDENTIAL DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY PAYMENT


CONFIDENTIAL DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY PAYMENT – feveseguros@feveseguros.com


Attn:Sir/Madam I am Major-General Babagana Monguno (rtd). National Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari the president Federal Republic of Nigeria. I decided to contact you because of the prevailing security report reaching my office and the intense nature of polity in Nigeria. I determined to make Contact With you as Of the Widespread refuge information reaching my Office and the Severe nature Of guidelines in my Country. This is to enlighten you about our arrangement to send fund to you Via cash release as it is the Only System that Will be easier for you and us, We are going to Send your contract/ inheritance Part Payment Of $10 Million United States Dollars by Way Of Diplomatic Cash Delivery. Note:The Money is coming On 2 Security Proof boxes. The boxes are Sealed With Synthetic Nylon that was Sealed and Padded With machine. This fund Was brought to us for our Local A.F.E.M. Market, but since the money was not used, I Will use my Position as the National Adviser to President to send this fund to you. All you need to do now is to send to me your full house address and your identity such as, International Passport Or drivers license including your contact Phone & fax numbers for easy communication, the diplomatic attached Will travel with it. He Will call you immediately he arrives in your Country Airport. Hope this is all right by you? I Will enlighten you when the diplomatic crewmen Will Airlift the boxes. Note: The Diplomats do not Know the Original Contents Of the boxes. What I acknowledged to them as the Contents is Sensitive Photographic Film material. I did not declare money to them Please. If they call you and ask you the Contents Please tell them the same thing. Send me an email and i will let You Know how far i have gone with the arrangement. Please I need Urgent reply because the boxes are Scheduled to be airlifted as Soon as We hear from you. Best regards, Major-General Babagana Monguno (rtd). National Security Adviser to the President Federal Republic of Nigeria Este mensaje ha sido analizado por MailScanner en busca de virus y otros contenidos peligrosos, y se considera que está limpio. feveseguros@feveseguros.com

The above email is a scam. If you still think is legitimate, but you’re still concerned, then follow these steps:

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