The "Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia Overdue Consignement Delivery" Scam

The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia Overdue Consignement Delivery Scam

Recipients of emails like the one below, which claim that an abandoned package was found in their names at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, are asked not to follow the instructions. This is because the emails are fake and phishing scams being sent by online scammers, to trick online users into sending them their personal information and, subsequently tricking the same online users into sending them money for a package that doesn't exist.

The "Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport" Scam

From: Mr. Lopez Marthins <>

Sent: Monday, March 25, 2019 11:29 PM

Subject: Overdue Consignement Delivery

Dear Recipient,

I am from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia. A forfeited and false declared Consignment is deposited here at the restricted bonded warehouse for auditing. On routine inspection, I discovered this forfeited consignment with your email address on the bill of entry manifest. The Value of the cash stuffed consignment was not declared but assumed approximately 10 Million USD. It was forfeited because of false declaration by the Consignee and the delivery officers 'inability to pay the Non Inspection Clearance fee (NI). The Consignment was originally declared as personal effect while the real content is cash money.

I solicit your acceptance to use my position to clear and deliver this Consignment to you on condition that I will be compensated after receipt. Indicate your acceptance by forwarding:

1. Your Full Name.

2. Home phone & Cell Phone

3. Home delivery address.

4. Airport Closest to you.

5. Any form of Identification either Drivers license or International Passport.

All communication must be private because we don't want this hackers to hack the Consignment And Once the clearance is completed I will deploy the service of a secured dispatch company that will deliver to your doorstep okay.


Mr. Lopez Marthins.

UN Audit Officer


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  • March 26, 2020 at 12:21 AM by info

    "From: Agent Chris Hacker <>

    Date: March 25, 2020 at 1:57:44 AM MST

    Subject: From The Federal Bureau of Investigation *{G11}*

    Reply-To: <>

    Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Atlanta Division

    Federal Bureau of Investigation

    Intelligence field unit

    2635 Century Parkway N.E,

    Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30345 USA


    Urgent Attention:

    I am Special Agent J.Chris Hacker from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Atlanta Division) Intelligence Unit. We have just intercepted and confiscated two (2) trunk boxes at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta international airport, and are on the verge of moving it to our bureau head quarters.

    We have scanned the said boxes, and have found it to contain a total sum of USD$4.5M and also backup document which bears your name as the receiver of the money contained in the boxes. Investigations carried out on the diplomat who accompanied the boxes into the United States has it that he was to deliver this fund to your residence as your contract/inheritance payment which was due you from the office of finance Minster of the federal government of Nigeria.

    We cross-checked all legal documentation in the boxes, and were about to release the consignment to the diplomat, when we found out that the boxes is lacking one very important documentation which as a result, the boxes have been confiscated until the required document is provided.

    According to section 229 subsections 31 of the 1991 constitution on release of unclaimed consignment payment, your consignment lacks Funds Ownership Certificate and for that reason you must contact me for direction on how to procure this certificate, so that your consignment can be legally cleared and okay for delivery to you.

    You are required to contact this bureau within 72 hours or we would take it that you do not want your consignment, and would move it to the treasury Also, you must not contact any other bank for any payment, because your payment is here in care of our storage vault team and will be released to you once you follow my directives.

    Yours in service,

    Agent J.Chris Hacker


    Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Atlanta Division."

    Here is another scam.

  • January 10, 2020 at 10:48 AM by info

    "From: David Brown <>

    Date: 10 January 2020 at 09:18:42 GMT

    Subject: Administrative Service Inspection Unit

    Reply-To: <>

    David Brown, Head Officer-in-Charge, Administrative Service Inspection Unit United Nations Inspection Agency in Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Atlanta, Georgia"

    Here is another scam.

  • July 20, 2019 at 11:11 AM by info is an email address being used by the scammers.

  • June 4, 2019 at 12:06 PM by info is being used by the scammers.

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The "Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia Overdue Consignement Delivery" Scam