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International Criminal Police Organization - ICPO

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The "International Criminal Police Organization - ICPO" Email Scam

From: Pol Maj-Gen Apichat Suriboonya <office223@rondo.ocn.ne.jp>

Date: Wed, Jun 6, 2018, 11:50 PM

Subject: FROM ICPO

International Criminal Police Organization - ICPO

Interpol (General Secretariat)

Building 19, 12th Floor,

Rama I Road, Pathum Wan,

Bangkok 10330, Thailand.

Your Kind Attention

This Official Memorandum is to inform you that we discovered that some corrupt officials who work under government agencies, and other financial agencies have attempted to divert your Funds (US$10,500,000.00) through a back-door channel. We actually discovered this today, through our Secret Agents under the Disciplinary Unit of the International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO).

From the information gathered, We discovered that the said Funds actually belongs to you, but it had been purposely delayed because the officials in charge of your Payment are into some sort of irregularities which is totally against the ethics of any Payment institution. Presently, we are aware that several payment was paid on this regard, but this corrupt officials still requesting additional payment to enable them delay your payment and divert your fund for their selfish purpose.

The International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO) has intervene on your behalf and your funds have been recovered. Upon your response, we shall instruct you on how to receive your fund without any delay. You are required to provide us with the below information's (for official verification).

1. Full Name:................

2. Residential Address:..............

3. Age:..............

4. Marital Status:............

5. Direct Telephone:.............

6. Occupation:.............

We await your immediate compliance to this official obligation, so that you can be paid by our approved bank.

Officially Sealed.

Pol Maj-Gen Apichat Suriboonya,

Head of the INTERPOL,

Asia-South-Pacific

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  • May 27, 2020 at 3:56 PM by an anonymous user from: Santiago de los Caballeros, Provincia de Santiago, Dominican Republic

    they sent this message to my email, we have to report these people because it is very dangerous

  • May 26, 2020 at 9:52 AM by an anonymous user from: Gummersbach, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

    An identical message:

    "Von: FBI special Agent <fbigov@usa.org>

    Gesendet: Dienstag, 26. MaI 2020 15:45

    Betreff: FBI Investigation on your unclaimed fund! 5/26/2020

    Dear Beneficiary ,

    I am Mr.Christopher Nakobyau (Interpol)'s special agent delegated to Nigeria to fight financial crimes, terrorism and money laundering, During our thorough investigation and review of all unclaimed funds, lottery, Inheritance,Grant and contract funds etc, we discovered there is $2,000,000.00 assigned in your name as the beneficiary but the fraudsters were busy swindling you without any hope of receiving your fund.

    It may interest you to know that we have been able to track down 27,000 fraudsters through our Tracking Intel-sharing provided to economic and financial crime commission (EFCC) and put them behind bars. other nefarious fraudsters will be caught unaware but we do not want them to know about this to avoid jeopardizing our investigation.

    Note the fund will be paid to you in the upcoming days with your cooperation to paying bank after the apprehended persons, In order to process your $2,000,000.00 transfer to your bank account without hitch.

    therefore, we sincerely implore you to forward all claim detailed information if possible support with documents you may have received in the prior transaction for verification/evaluation. Upon fulfilling this obligations/requirement as stipulated in the deed of assignment with the payment authority to expedite action in carrying out the release of your funds I will proceed to conclude your fund transfer with the bank to ensure you receive your fund successfully before going back to United States.

    I await your positive response as soon as you receive this message and stop further communication with anybody.

    Mr.Christopher Nakobyau Special Agent

    The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)

    U.S. National Central Bureau Washington, DC 20530-0001

    Email:.fbialartgov@gmail.com"

  • December 11, 2019 at 9:36 AM by info

    "From: INTERPOL INVESTIGATION <louyhjjcxx@msn.com>

    Sent: Monday, December 9, 2019 2:05 AM

    Subject: YOUR $2,000,000.00 TRANSFER

    Dear Beneficiary: ,

    I am Mr.Christopher Nakobyau (Interpol)'s special agent delegated to Africa/Nigeria to investigate fraudsters that are committing financial crimes by swindling foreigners that had not completed their transaction successfully due to one reason or the other. During our thorough investigation and review of all unclaimed funds, lottery, Inheritance,Grant and contract funds etc, we discovered there is $2,000,000.00 assigned in your name as the beneficiary but this fraudsters were busy swindling you without any hope of receiving your fund.

    It may interest you to know that we have been able to track down 27,000 fraudsters through our Tracking Intel-sharing provided to economic and financial crime commission (EFCC) and put them behind bars. other nefarious fraudsters will be caught unaware but we do not want them to know about this to avoid jeopardizing our investigation.

    Note the fund will be paid to you in the upcoming days with your cooperation to Central Bank of Nigeria paying bank after the apprehended persons, In order to process your $2,000,000.00 transfer to your bank account kindly reconfirm the requested details below as we do not have much time in Nigeria.

    1)YOUR FULL NAME:

    2)ADDRESS/PHONE:

    3)IDENTITY:

    4)AGE:

    5)OCCUPATION:

    As soon as i confirm the details from you today i will proceed to conclude your fund transfer with the bank to ensure you receive your fund successfully before going back to United States. I await your positive response as soon as you receive this message and stop further communication with anybody.

    Mr.Christopher Nakobyau Special Agent

    The International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)

    U.S. National Central Bureau Washington, DC 20530-0001"

    Here is another scam.

  • May 8, 2019 at 8:52 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: International Criminal Police Organization [mailto:ICPO.ukunit@instruction.com]

    Sent: Wednesday, 8 May 2019 4:03 PM

    Subject: THIS MAIL IS ONLY FOR THE OWNER OF THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS

    THIS MAIL IS ONLY FOR THE OWNER OF THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS:

    A report came in to this office regarding a fund transfer which you are supposed to receive from Barclay bank UK, Investigation has been made and we had discovered that the bank manager was behind all the delays and plans to divert this funds to his personal banking account.

    The report was made from the State Finance Commission yesterday that your funds have not be released to you. The police took actions and we tracked this BANK. The bank manager was arrested, he is now in jail for attempting a fraud act to seize a fund ‎‎£1.5 Million a compensation which was made approved by the State Government to you as beneficiary.

    The State Finance Commission had given order to the bank authorities to issue a Certified Cashier's check and send it to your home address. So we are sending you this notice, to know if you would prefer the ‎£1.5 Million paid to you by Cashier's check or crediting the ‎£1.5 Million into an ATM VISA CARD?

    Waiting on your urgent response.

    YOURS IN SERVICE,

    H.O.C.Harrison Blake.

    Head of Intelligence

    Director General, Foreign Affairs Bureau

    International Criminal Police Organization "

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