The "George Bush Intercontinental Airport Abandoned Shipment" Scam

The George Bush Intercontinental Airport Abandoned Shipment Scam

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The fake "George Bush Intercontinental Airport Abandoned Shipment" email below is a scam. Therefore, recipients are asked not to follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to their potential victims into sending them money, which they claim is for some so-called non-inspection fee, for a shipment of money they found.

Remember, once you are unexpectedly asked to send money in order to receive money or a lottery prize, it is a scam.

The "John F. Kennedy(JFK) Airport Abandoned Shipment" Scam

From: Mr. Marvin Carradine <>

Date: Sun, Mar 31, 2019 at 4:09 AM

Subject: Attention Beneficiary:

Attention Beneficiary:

I am Mr. Marvin Carradine a former US Army Contractor presently working as the Assistant Director Inspection Unit of George Bush Intercontinental Airport. During our recent withheld package routine check at the Airport Storage Vault, I discovered an abandoned shipment left by a diplomat from Africa who was supposed to deliver these packages to you but failed to provide all the necessary clearances needed by the US Customs and when scanned recently, it revealed an undisclosed sum of money in Metal Trunk Box weighing approximately 280 pounds with Assumptions of 15.5 Million USD To 16 Million USD.

When I checked all I can get is your email on the trunk boxes at this point I will not be able to receive your details on my official email account. So in order words to enable me to cross check your details, I will advise you send the required details to my "SECURED" email address which is ( for quick processing and response With your Full Name, Address, Cell And Home Number and closet International Airport. I wait for your urgent mail if you are still alive.


Mr.Marvin Carradine

Assistance Inspection Director

George Bush Intercontinental Airport

2800 N Terminal Rd, Houston, TX 77032, USA

text or call (281) 656-9839

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The "George Bush Intercontinental Airport Abandoned Shipment" Scam