FBI Director Fraudulent and Malicious Emails

FBI Director Fraudulent and Malicious Emails

Are you receiving email messages claiming to be the from FBI director Robert S. Mueller? If your answer is yes, it means that you are being targeted by scammers. Do not respond to, open attachments or follow the instructions in, any email message which claims or appeared to have been sent from the FBI director. These email messages are sent by scammers who are trying to trick you into stealing your personal information and money.

They, the scammers, may also try to infect your computer with malicious computer programs. These computer programs can steal your personal information by spying on you (spyware) or they can allow remote access to your computer (Trojan horse). With remote access, these cybercriminals can use your computer to commit fraud, attack other computers, send spam, or commit other cybercrimes.

Here are a few of the fraudulent FBI director email messages

From: Mueller robertmueller.fbi.usa@hotmail.com

Subject: Re: F.B.I NOTICE

View the attached file and respond to it as soon as possible.

Yours Sincerely.

Robert S. Mueller, III

FBI Director

Anti-Terrorist and Monetary Crimes Division

FBI Headquarters In Washington, D.C. Federal Bureau Of Investigation

J. Edgar Hoover Building

935 Pennsylvania Avenue,

NW Washington, D.C. 20535-0001

Attention: Beneficiary

This is the final warning you are going to receive from me, do you get me? I hope you understand how many times this message has been sent to you...

Yours in service,

Robert S. Mueller


Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Anti-Terrorist And Monitory Crime Division. Federal Bureau Of Investigation.

J.Edgar.Hoover Building Washington Dc



I am Mr.Robert S.Mueller, The FBI Director; After proper investigations,we discovered that your impending payment that have been withheld by imposters, claiming to be LAMIDO SANUSI LAMIDO (Governor of the Central bank of Nigeria), Mr. Patrick Aziza, Mr. Frank Nweke, None existing officials of the Oceanic Bank of Nigeria and Zenith Bank,...



Never respond to an email message with your personal information and be careful when opening email attachments. Click here to view a list of email attachments that you should never open.

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  • November 9, 2018 at 11:05 AM by an anonymous user from: Fishers, Indiana, United States

    why is this still a thing? Why are emails not encrypted with identity verification? What year is this? Why is email security not a thing?

  • September 29, 2013 at 3:23 PM by an anonymous user from: Washington, District of Columbia, United States

    fbigov.us@hotmail.com Henry Shaw <br/>wrote I had a bunch of money comming in from Africa and was in trouble what a crock I owe every body.And just don' t get it.

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FBI Director Fraudulent and Malicious Emails