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Lottery Scam - "Reserve Bank Of India Fund Release Notification"

The email message below: "Fund Release Notification In The Amount Of $800,000.00 Dollars," is a fake and a lottery scam. You should not respond to the message with your personal information. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and sending money. Therefore, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.
Lottery Scam - "Reserve Bank Of India Fund Release Notification"
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Lottery Scam - "Reserve Bank Of India Fund Release Notification"


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Lottery Scam - "Reserve Bank Of India Fund Release Notification"

The email message below: "Fund Release Notification In The Amount Of $800,000.00 Dollars," is a fake and a lottery scam. You should not respond to the message with your personal information. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and sending money. Therefore, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

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The Fraudulent Email Message

Reserve Bank Of India.
Central Office,
No6, Sansad Marg, Janpath
New Delhi. H.O 110001-India.
Email: helpdesk@rbi-inonline.cu .cc
Email: rbionline.info@accountant.com
Website: rbi-inorg.cu .cc
Tel: 918860912167

Fund Release Notification In The Amount Of $800,000.00 Dollars

Dear New Customer

This mail is to inform you that we are in receipt of your personal information. We want you to known that your funds that was deposited in our bank is in United State Dollars, so we will have to convert your funds of $800,000.00 Dollars (Eight Hundred Thousand United State Dollars) into India Currency which will amount to ‏‏‏50,947,344.79 INR (5 Crore And 94 Lakhs Rupees Approx.) before the transfer of your funds will take place.

We want you to understand that your funds in United State Dollars need to be converted to India Rupees before we can transfer your funds to your account, because you cannot receive your funds in dollars in your account, it must be converted to India currency, that is the law made by the monitoring financial agency of India government and Bank and Other Financial Institution Decree (BOFID) guiding against transfer of Funds in India.

So the Bureau De Change Department of RBI is charging you for the conversion charges of your funds in Dollars into India rupees because they are the one in charge of conversion. You are therefore require to pay the sum of 620.00 USD (39,490.45 INR) India Rupees for the cost of conversion of your winning funds in Dollars into India currency before your funds will be transferred into your personal bank account. Note that we cannot deduct any amount from your winning funds because of the strong insurance policy covering this winning funds.

You are advised to make an urgent arrangement of this said amount as soon as possible, immediately you have arrange this said amount do let us known by sending us email informing us where you will deposit the said amount, so that we can instruct you on how you will remit the payment to us. Remember that if this said amount you are ask to pay is not payed we will not convert your funds into India currency and this means that we will not transfer your funds to your account.

We assure you that once we receive confirmation of your payment we will convert your funds in dollars into India rupees and transfer your funds to your account, so you are advise to follow our instruction to avoid your funds not to be confiscated by the India Government.

Have a nice day, as we await for your immediate response.

In us you can trust. Giving the best in banking system is our priority.

Best Regards,
Mr. Alan George

Handling Officer.
Foreign Exchange Dept.
Reserve Bank Of India.

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