"The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

The fake "The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" email below is a scam. Recipients are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money or personal information. An advance-fee scam is a form of fraud and one of the most common types of confidence trick. The scam typically involves promising the victim a significant share of a large sum of money, in return for a small up-front payment, which the fraudster requires in order to obtain the large sum.

The U.S Department Of Homeland Security Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

A "The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" Advance-Fee Scam

.From: Mr.John F.Kelly - yyy_@solid.ocn.ne.jp

Date: Sun, Mar 31, 2019, 13:11

Subject: Good Day To You Dear,

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY,MG Timothy J. Lowenberg, Adjutant General and Director State Military Department Washington Military Dept.,

Bldg1 Camp Murry, Wash USA.

Good Day To You Dear,

I hope this email finds you in good spirit and in good health? because i am quite aware of your losses in the past years now through this security office intelligent track devices,it may surprise you that i am also aware of your Consignment Boxes Pursuit In Benin, Ghana, Togo, Nigeria, Spain, France, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Korea and etc .My name Is John F. Kelly ,the Current secretary of U.S Department Of Homeland

Security,i am in charge to monitor all Foreign Transactions In Africa Europe And Asia and this kept me in constantly traveling round the world.

I have been in The U.S Department Of Homeland Security Secret Service now since The Government of President Donald Trump, monitoring the various

transactions going on in Africa, Europe And Asia, most especially Consignments Cases, A.T.M Card Cases And Bank Transfer. I do not intend to

spoil your day or to put you under duress but you can not receive any of your Consignments Boxes, A.T.M Card And Bank Transfer pursuit, without a Clearance from this U.S Department Of Homeland Security. However, upon my arrival in Benin Republic after series of meetings with our President Donald Trump, and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, due to numerous complains from other Security Agencies from Africa Asia, Europe, Oceania, Antarctica,South America And The United States Of America Respectively, and against the Benin Government and Nigeria over the rate of Scam/Fraudulent Activities going on in these Africa Countries and around the World.

When i arrive in the Benin Parliament in Cotonou and i went through all cases of unpaid funds, i found your Consignment Box Clearance File lying

on the Foreign Affair Office Desk without any attention and on a through scrutiny, i discovered that your Consignment have been abandoned by your

delivery agent.Meanwhile,i was made to understand that the Foreign Affair Office have tried to reach to you, but no way and they have made

several attempts to contact your delivery agent but to no avail.

To my greatest surprise, during my recent routine Re-Checking, i personally discovered that your Consignment Content Declaration Document

(C.C.D.D)stated that your Consignment Contains Personal Effects meanwhile, it contains United States Dollar Cash US$40 Million Dollars, (Forty

Million United States Dollars) which made it impossible for the Consignment to be delivered to you earlier before now.

Based on this personal discovery,i am contacting you now to let you know that with my position and power as the secretary of U.S Department Of

Homeland Security and now i am presently here in Benin Republic to handle this matter of all unpaid foreign payment to their respective owners like you,i can assist you to legally clear your Consignment Funds and personally make the shipment to you on my traveling back, but you must

agree with the following conditions.Because i have called our office in Washington,Dc from here in Benin,who has been intercepting all your

E-Mail Communications, telephone Text/Sms messages all telephone Calls, with the help of Mtn, Tigo Vodafone And Airtel Network Benin.

I also received some information from our Homeland Security Office representing here in Benin Republic, they have confirmed about your

emails, other communications that you have been dealing and sending Money to people in Benin, Ghana, South Africa, Togo, Nigeria , UK etc

who claims to be the Western Union Directors and representative of other unofficial offices. You are also dealing with a Bank, and other names

which i am still waiting to be forwarded to me from Our Office In Washington,Dc. My office authority have monitored all your dealings with

those Hoodlums.

You are advice to from hence fort stop further dealings with all the above mentioned people, until we complete our investigation. Because your

dealing with them is termed as illegal transaction. I wish to inform you that we the Homeland Security is on look out for all the above mentioned

names, mostly those who claims to be the director of West African Debt settlement, Western Union And Money Gram And A.T.M Card offices and

including the property recovery Benin. All these mentioned people are imposters, and we intend to apprehend them soon.

I want you to please stop communicating, and dealing with them until we complete our investigation. I wish to notify you about the latest

development concerning your Consignment Box content of your total US$40 Million that was already handed over to me today. Your Consignment Box

content of your total US$40 Million was assigned to me today after the meeting held between me and some of the top Parliament members of Benin

and the Foreign Affair Minister in the Benin Capital Commercial Headquarters Cotonou, due to the delay by you as nobody has haired from

you to receive your Consignment Box For Long time now.

Accordingly, we have waived away all your Consignment Box "Clearance Fees" and authorized the Government of Benin Republic to allow me fly with this your approved Consignment Box to make the delivery to you without any delay which they have agreed. The only Fee you will Pay to confirm Your Consignment Box received in your possession is the "Air Flight Weight Fee" of your Consignment Box which is the sum of US$210.00 only.

In order words your Briefcase is with me now and i shall be coming to your country to make the delivery to you as soon as you sent me your below

shipping details/Address where you will want your consignment be deliver to you.

Your Full Name:

Your Full Address: ......

Your Direct Telephone Numbers: ......

Preferably, you can send us your Mobile Phone number to enable an urgent direct contact with you hence the arrival in your city.

Hence i hear from you also with the MTCN Numbers for the fee payment of the Air Flight Weight Fee of your Consignment Box which is the sum of

US$210.00 only, then, i will be coming along with your Consignment Briefcase Box content of your US$40Million, but remember that as the

secretary of The Department Of Homeland Security United States Of America, i am a Us Government Secret Security Agent and i have the power to go

through any Airport Customs and security Agents without personal inspection or inspecting what i carry along and as soon as i arrive in

your state,i will give you a telephone call and instantly send an email to you from my official I pad Hand Computer which is always with me while traveling around the world so that you will give me a direction on how we can meet Face to Face and i will physically hand over your Consignment Box to you before proceeding back to my official duty Post in the States.

As soon as i arrive, i shall call you on your Telephone Number following an email to you then when you immediately respond, i will Meet you in

person, hand over your Consignment Box to you and all these will end once and for all now.

I have taken this assignment upon myself because i understand that you have really paid so much on the cost of these Delivery which i want to

stop now,because,nothing was received by you. So be advised to contact me hence immediately you get this email now because, every thing has been

done ok.

Once you send the money, try to immediately notify me with the Mtcn for easy pick up and for the immediate action on the delivery of your

Consignment Box,for you to receive your Funds without any further delay Again . Since you was unable to receive it since .

Send the fee of US$210.00 via Money Gram or Western Union Money Transfer using the below stated receivers name and information. the money should

be send to U.Shj

Receiver’s Name _____ Bona Ume

Country _________ Benin Republic

City __________ Cotonou

Amount _______ US$210.00

Mtcn _______

Sender's Name _____?

Sender's Address___?

As soon as you send the fee, make sure that you send me the MTCN numbers, senders name and other payment information.Once you send the Money, Try to immediately notify me with the Mtcn for confirmation and for the immediate action on the shipping of your Consignment and its Handing over to you.

Also you are to forward to us any email that you have been receiving from people for proper verification and investigation before you deal

with them okay.

Sincerely Yours,


John F.Kelly

Call or text me at +1(701)354-8412

From The U.S Department Of Homeland Security.


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February 4, 2020 at 7:02 AM by
"The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

"From: MR. DAVID BROWN <k1.buhkasir@epicentrk.ua>

Date: Tue, Feb 4, 2020 at 12:57 PM

Subject: Regards David Brown Cell: 15152032156 Urgent

This is CBP Senior Agent/Post Director David.Brown, for ground logistics handling and terror prevention unit Des Monies international airport IA USA. It has come to our notice that your file reference number confirms (Two Trunk Boxes: A Special Military Delivery To You) from a Registrant by A US ARMY GENERAL, who died june 6th 2018 in military hospital in Afghanistan, he was involved in bomb blast that he couldn't make it

alive. But the boxes lacks a certificate of inc number, It has been confirmed that you were listed as a registered beneficiary of the boxes (two in number) and this is the

reason I'm contacting you.

The contents of the boxes is money,the total amount which our scan result showed is $40.million USD. Thus we require that you provide this office with inc permit before the boxes would be cleared and proceed delivery to your location address asap. Though your boxes were tagged for non inspection whereas it still lacks inc Permit which is very essential before the delivery could proceed.


Option: You will have to make your self available here at the Des Monies international airport within the next 48hrs with the sum of $350 OK, BUT IN CASE YOU CAN'T MAKE IT DOWN HERE IN NEXT 48HOURS WE WILL have a

representative from our delivery agent whom will assist you in obtaining and filling out the form needed quickly, that is if you are unable to make it down here within the next 48hrs

However, if you are unable to come down to the airport and get this done, the authorities has given you the privilege to send the $350 USD, to this agent Mr.Mabut Deng: for him to represent you here in this

office to have this solved as soon as possible. This is his contact email address in case you want to email him.

below: mdengjok@gmail.com

As soon as the form is obtained here in our office, it would be placed on the boxes since it is being shipped via a diplomatic means of delivery. With the Permit, the boxes can not be searched or stopped anywhere in States or even in your nearest airport, and this way, you would be assured of having a very smooth delivery to

your door step without any hitch ok.

Please choose an option and let me know were we stand at the moment so we could have this rounded up quickly, so that the delivery man could carry on with the delivery to your location address. We anticipate prompt

response from you to enable us serve you better.



Senior Agent/Post Director CBP

Our job at HOMELAND SECURITY is regulating and facilitation International trade, collecting import duties, and enforcing U.S. trade laws. It's our primary mission to prevent terrorists and terrorist weapons from entering the shores of the United Sates. The CBP is also responsible for apprehending individuals attempting to

enter the United States illegally, stemming the flow of illegal drugs, money laundry and other contraband, protecting the United States agricultural and economic interest from harmful pests and diseases, and protecting the American people from theft of their intellectual




cell 15152032156

Text sms only. 19896449647"

Here is another scam.


July 15, 2019 at 2:14 PM by
"The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

"From: "Gen. John Kelly" <draa3907@gmail.com>

Date: July 15, 2019 at 1:12:08 PM EDT

To: undisclosed-recipients:;

Subject: Please your urgent reply is needed.

Reply-To: genjohn.k@yahoo.com


i am writing you to let you know that finally your consignment Box worth

$9.7 million usd has been delivered through FedEx to Mr. Peter Perry for

activation, who works with the HOMELAND SECURITY where it is going to be

activated before final delivery to your home address.

You can use the tracking number with the tracking site below to track the ATM

card to be sure it has been delivered to Mr. Peter Perry for activation.

Delivery Company: FedEx Courier Company Tracking number: 774909134450 Tracking

site: https://www.fedex.com/en-us/home.html You are simply advice to contact

our claim agent Mr. Peter Perry, you can call him on this

number or text ((202) 843-8091) with the below details as stated?

Contact him with your data as stated below:

1. Your full name

2. Your full address where you want the courier company to send your funds.

3. Your age

4. Occupation

5. Cell/telephone numbers

6. Country

Note: the only fee you are to send for the activation of your ATM card is just

$100 usd. So make sure you don't send him more than $100 usd iTunes card your

card is already with him since Wednesday 10/04/2019 at 10:10 and you can track

it with the tracking details given to you above for confirmation.

Best regards,

Gen John Kelly


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June 7, 2019 at 9:34 PM by
"The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

Here is another scam:

"On Jun 5, 2019 10:21 AM, "U.S. Department of Homeland Security" <info@www.tonbo.co.jp>




Good day, This is the Department of Homeland Security we have vital mission: to secure the nation from the many threats we face as well as internet Fraud. This requires the dedication of more than 230,000 employees in jobs that range from aviation and border security to emergency response, from cyber security analyst to chemical facility inspector. Our duties are wide-ranging, but our goal is clear - keeping America safe.

We are happy to inform you that your funds valued at US$10,700,000.00 (Ten million Seven Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) have been approved by the Treasury Department of the United States.

Kindly get back to us for further directives.

Note: Do not reply to any e-mail that comes from the FBI Director Christopher A. Wray. The FBI director does not e-mail people; He will rather send an agent to your door step in person. Do not fall a victim of scam again, a word is enough for the wise.

Thank you and have a good day.


Kirstjen Michele Nielsen.

Director, United States Secret Service

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Washington, DC 20528,USA"


May 25, 2019 at 6:59 PM by
"The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

Here is another scam:

"From: Kevin McAleenan <info@cwcec.com>

Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 6:57 PM


Department of Homeland Security

Nebraska Avenue Complex, 3801 Nebraska Ave NW,

Washington, DC 20016, United States.

WEBSITE: www.dhs.gov/

Attn: To Email Owner

I am Kevin McAleenan, the current acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. We intercepted a package from a diplomat at JFK airport, New York. The package was scanned and was found to contain an ATM MASTERCARD valued at US$3.8 Million in your name and also some relevant backup document showing your information as the reciever. Investigations carried out on the diplomat confirms he was assigned to deliver the package to your address as overdue contract payment owed to you by the Nigerian Government through a certified legal and security company in the United Kingdom, so until verifications is complete and it is ascertained that this fund is duly signed out for the purpose of which it was released, he will remain in our custody for the security of the package and also that of every citizen of the United States which remains our primary duty.

Meanwhile, we have cross checked all legal documents backing up the package but discovered it lacked an important document which must accompany the package from Nigeria for submission to the IRS/IRC before it is termed legal, therefore your package alongside the diplomat will remain under our watch until the document is obtained and tendered, at this point we have no other choice but to put a hold on your ATM CARD delivery.

According to Internal Revenue Services Code (IRSC) in Title 26 also contain reporting requirement on a Form 8300, Report of Cash Payment Over $10,000 Received in a Trade or Business, money laundering activity may violate 18 USC §1956, 18 USC 1957, 18 USC 1960, and provision of Title 31, and 26 USC 6050I of the United States Code (USC) which discusses only money laundering and currency violation under the jurisdiction of IRS. Your package is lacking Proof of Ownership Certificate, you are to reply back immediately for direction on how to procure the certificate so the diplomat can proceed further in making sure his primary assignement is completed and also to enable us carry out our duty the best way we can. Kindly contact the Field Director, New York Regulatory Audit Office with the below information to aid our purpose of ascertaining your position as the true beneficiary of the ATM CARD.

CONTACT NAME: Mr James T. Madden

CONTACT EMAIL: jsmadden105@gmail.com

CONTACT TEL: (714) 646-7501








However, in line with the Internal Revenue Services Code and to maintain a clean record, you are to reply back to this email or the above information within 72hours or risk loosing your ATM CARD due to incomplete documentation or prosecuted in court for money laundering, if the prior obligation is not met. Also it is advised that you desist from further contact with any bank(s), Agencies or person(s) in Africa, United kingdom or any part of the world regarding your ATM Card delivery already put on hold by this Commission here in the United States to avoid being ripped off.

This email was sent only to the intended recipient and not for public use, if it gets to you wrongly, kindly decline and pay no attention to it.

Yours In Service,

Mr. Kevin McAleenan

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)."


May 11, 2019 at 9:03 AM by
"The U.S Department Of Homeland Security" Advance Fee Scams Being Sent by Online Scammers

Here is another scam:

"Homeland Security US Department

Office Address : Federal Government Office 300 7th St SW

Acting President: Kevin McAleenan

Good Day,

Have you received your funds of $5.5 Million dollars from the IRS / Home Land office If not contact the information below, this Mail as been secure verify from the Home Land office United State.

We are happy to inform you that at our office here we recover the sum of Five Million Five hundred thousand United State dollars from some Africa, Asia United Kingdom and even here in the State from internet fraudster and gang with the help of international Criminal Committee.

Reason for contacting you is that we have found your email to be among the people who are to be compensating with the sum above as your email and name as fall among our list to pay.

The United State Government will not hold your payment for any reasons as long as this email get to you then know that you have been selected to receive the payment without any delay it dose not matter which country you are from know that there is all possible payment to you .

The IRS / Home Land have been waiting for you to get back to them all this time i see no reason why you should abandon your funds. Also make sure you Re-confirm your information to the IRS / Home Land to avoid any mistake.

Email : homelandoffice3634@gmail.com

Office Secretary : Mr Lonnie Bruhin

You can also confirm your information below to the Home Land Security

Full Name :

Full Home Address :

Tel Phone Number :

Contact the IRS / Home Land as soon as this mail get to you . to avoid any delay of your payment Mr. John Ben have received his fund $5.5 million a week ago.

Your email will be respond to as soon as you confirm your information as we will treat your urgent and release your payment of Five Million Five hundred thousand United State dollars ($5.5 Million ) to you please you are only advice to contact us if you have not receive your payment and that is all.

Homeland Security US Department

Federal Government Office

300 7th St SW"


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